Student LOGIN
1150 Station Street, Floor 1, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, V6A 4C7
STORE Easy enroll FAQ


Anne-Julie Morand B.Sc (Neuropsychology), D.O.

Anne-Julie Morand has been an International speaker in both Neurosciences applied to Osteopathy and in Obstetrics at multiple symposiums and international schools since 2011 (Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, St-Petersberg (Russia), London (UK), Bayern (Germany), Paris & Nice (France)). READ MORE »

Barbra Laett, BSc, DO (Q)

Barbra is a veteran teacher for all the CEO and CCO campuses. With over 20 years of experience teaching Thoracic Spine and Ribs, Pelvis 2, Stomach and Esophagus and fourth year-end reviews and exams, she has also been part of the exam committee for end of year exams in 3rd , 4th and 5th year since 2008. Barb brings a lot of experience and a calm even-keeled teaching approach. READ MORE »

Denis Lanthier B.Sc, DO (Q)

Denis Lanthier is a veteran Instructor at the campuses affiliated to the CEO; CCO, CSO, SICO, and DOK. With over 20 years of teaching experience, Denis teaches the Facial Bones and Pelvis 2 courses as well as the 3rd Year year-end review and exams. He brings tremendous energy to the College, and the students really appreciate his down to earth teaching style. READ MORE »

Jane Stark B.Sc. D.O.M.P., M.S.

Jane Stark is the Director of Research at the CCO Toronto and Winnipeg. Jane Graduated in 2003 and wrote her thesis on the Fascia's of Dr. Still. She is a published author and a world renowned Osteopathic Historian. Jane teaches research, history, pelvis techniques and computers and their use in Osteopathy. READ MORE »

Joan Seaman, B.Sc., DO

Joan Seaman teaches the Counterstrain course at the Vancouver campus as well as in Winnipeg, Halifax, and Switzerland. She started teaching 4 years ago after 7 years as an assistant. Joan has assisted in all courses given in 1st, 2nd, and 4th year studies as well as Upper Extremity in 3rd year and Heart in 5th year. READ MORE »

Marc Gauthier D.O.M.P.

Marc Gauthier graduated from McGill University with a BSc Physiotherapy degree in 1988. In 2001, after 5 additional years of study and successfully completing and defending his thesis entitled "Osteopathic treatment of subjects presenting with shoulder pain: the influences of the subdiaphragmatic digestive system", Marc graduated from the Montreal CEO. READ MORE »

Michel Dufresne, B.A., D.O

Michel Dufresne graduated in 1999, at C.E.O., Montreal and has been teaching since 2004. Michel teaches G.O.T., Cervical Spine as well as T.M.J. He holds a College Degree in Computer Science as well as a Bachelors in Psychology from Bishop’s University. READ MORE »

Nicole Lamothe, DO (Q)

Nicole Lamothe graduated from the CEO, Montreal, in 2003 and has been teaching since 2005. Nicole teaches Functional Anatomy in Montreal, as well as Muscle Energy in Montreal, Quebec, Vancouver, Winnipeg and Switzerland. Nicole wrote her Thesis on the “Influence of the Osteopathic Treatment of the Thorax on Patients with Thoracic Surgery.” READ MORE »

Philippe Druelle D.O.M.P.

Philippe is the founder and President of all of our colleges. We are pleased to have him teach courses in ANS, advanced spinal manipulation, GOT and external gynecology at our college in Toronto. Philippe has over 30 years of experience as an Osteopath and is a world renowned speaker in Osteopathy. READ MORE »

Pierrette Cyr

Pierrette Cyr has been a teacher at the CEO and affiliated colleges for the past 30 years. She graduated from the University of Montreal in Physiotherapy and obtained her Master’s Degree in Atlanta at Emory University in Orthopedics and Manual Therapies. READ MORE »

Tara Drew, PhD D.O.M.P.

Director of Education Toronto and Winnipeg Campuses

Tara attended Queen’s University at Kingston, obtaining a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy in 1989, under the ROTP program with the Canadian Armed Forces. She worked as a Physiotherapist Officer until 1994, and was the first active military therapist to be certified in acupuncture with the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute. In 1994, Tara retired as a Captain to civilian private practice. READ MORE »