Dr. Sara Marie Cohen-Fournier received her undergraduate degree in Science from McGill University, her masters of arts in Oral History from Columbia University, and her medical degree from Université de Montréal. She did her residency in Psychiatry at McGill University and her fellowship in Addiction Medicine at Stanford University. She is currently an adjunct clinical instructor of Addiction Medicine, Stanford University School of Medicine. She practices in rural Northern Quebec, where she works in part at the community center, the Native Friendship Center and at the OUD local clinic. She is interested in under-standing the essence of spirituality, culture, biology, psychology,and society in mental health.