Who we are

Founded in 2010, Eutelmed has become a key international player in mental health and quality of work life.

What lies behind the chameleon ?

A fascinating and unique creature in the animal kingdom, of which it is one of the oldest specimens, the chameleon symbolises flexibility and transformation. And it is precisely because of its incredible capacity for adaptation that it is able to assert its uniqueness and mark its difference. In many cultures, it symbolises emotional and energetic sensitivity, intuition, instinct. It also represents a connection to others, as its colour variations allow it to express its emotions and communicate with its peers. For some, its rainbow colours make it the link between heaven and earth. For others, it symbolises ancestral wisdom, reflection, or even consciousness that manifests itself infinitely.

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Why did we choose the chameleon as a totem animal?

Because it represents the wealth of diversity within companies, the adaptability of employees who form the vibrant heart of the community and, lastly, the chameleon represents Eutelmed and the values that have set us apart for 12 years: our holistic, flexible, empathetic approach. No one will say it better than Malian author Amadou Hampâté Bâ, who dedicated this wonderful text to it, which we would like to share with you:

“… The chameleon is a great teacher. Observe it. When it takes a direction, it does not turn its head. Do as it does. Have a goal in your life and don’t let anything deter you from it. The chameleon does not turn its head, but instead turns its eye. It looks up and down. This means: stay informed. Don’t think that you’re alone on earth. When it arrives somewhere, it takes on the colour of that place. This is not hypocrisy. It is firstly tolerance and then savoir-vivre. Clashing with each other doesn’t help. Nothing has ever been built on fighting. We must always try to understand each other. If we exist, we must acknowledge that other people exist. If the chameleon moves forward, it lifts its foot. It sways. This is called careful walking. To make its way somewhere, it hooks its tail, so that if its feet sink, it remains hanging. This is called watching your back, but also never forgetting where you started… So don’t be reckless. Take things slowly in everything you do. If you want to create something sustainable, be patient, be kind, be human…”.

Our team

Elise Ganem


Elise Ganem, CEO. Passionate about geopolitics and diplomacy, Elise started her career at the United Nations, in New York and then in Ethiopia. For more than 15 years, she has pursued her career in France in the world of social protection, first in the public sector and then in the private sector, always with the international dimension in mind.

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Antoine Abadie

Finance and Business Development Director, co-founder

Antoine has a background in business creation, development and management in the fields of IT and health. It was a meeting with Bernard and Chrystel, combined with a shared conviction that digital technology would take an increasingly important place in the field of mental health, which led to the creation of Eutelmed in 2010.Find out more

Chrystel Chaudot

Quality of Work Life Director, co-founder

Chrystel holds a Master’s degree in clinical psychology and worked for 10 years in hospitals, psychiatry and addictology. She then turned to consulting companies on the prevention of psychosocial risks and quality of work life, while maintaining a private practice in Paris.

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Marie-Laure Bry

Medical Director

General practitioner with a qualification in addictology and general psychiatry, Marie-Laure has more than 20 years of experience, including 12 years spent in Asia.

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Hugolin Roy

Product Manager

With a well-rounded profile, and after obtaining a Master in business and marketing, Hugolin worked for several years in the development of a photography studio in the centre of Paris. Curious and a jack-of-all-trades, he has acquired much knowledge through his varied experiences in different fields, with a particular attraction for digital products.
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Emilie Thomas-Tait

Health Network and Communication Manager

For almost 10 years, Emilie worked in various sectors abroad and in France: Banking, education, civil aviation, real estate, and other areas. In 2016, she moved to Paris and joined the Eutelmed team as an administrative assistant. Find out more

Caroline Marquer

Clinical Psychologist, Senior Project manager

Caroline holds a Doctorate in psychology and a Master’s degree in clinical psychology. This career path enabled her to combine clinical and research work, specialising in preventing and managing psychosocial and psychological risks. She was also involved in the coordination of humanitarian programmes for 10 years.Find out more

Emilie Pelosse

Psychologist, Senior Project manager

Psychologist by training, Emilie first became involved with high-level athletes and worked with Eutelmed for ten years before joining the support team in 2019. She completed her education with a Master’s degree in International Defence Strategy, Security and Crisis Management.

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Agathe Chari

Digital Marketing Officer

Agathe graduated from EDC Business School and EFREITECH with a sspecialisation in E-Business and has held several positions in the digital sector. Today, Agathe is part of the Eutelmed team as a Digital Marketing Manager. Her role is to develop digital communications and improve the user experiencein different spaces.

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Audrey Clervil Decoeur

Administrative Sales Manager

Audrey started working in sales administration after studying communication. She has worked in different sectors such as drug distribution, tourist tax exemption and construction before joining Eutelmed.

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Maria Mendoza

Technical Sales Representative

A graduate of Sciences Po Paris (Political sciences) and holder of a Master’s degree in social development from the University of Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne, Maria has been involved in various projects dedicated to health and education in France and internationally.

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Thomas Briois

Sales Engineer

Passionate about History, Thomas first embarked on a literary path which led him to a Master’s degree in history at the Université de la Sorbonne before moving into the insurance field as a recruitment officer with MACSF.

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Albane Giacon

Occupational Psychologist, Project Manager

Albane is an occupational psychologist and psychotherapist. A former HR manager, she lived abroad for 13 years where she started as a consultant for expatriates and companies. Trained in psychotherapy, she continues to work in private practice. Find out more

Patricia Ncube

Psychologue clinicienne, chef de projet.

Après une licence de sociologie et un master 2 de psychologie clinique, Patricia étoffe son expérience dans différentes organisations et services: croix rouge, service d’ethnopsychiatrie, service d’écoute aux familles à l’UNAFAM.

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Florence Ripoll

Ressources humaines

Depuis plus de 30 ans Florence accompagne des entreprises dans leur gestion globale des ressources humaines.Find out more

Ambre Denis

Operational Coordinator

After graduating with a Master’s degree in clinical psychology, Ambre moved on to project management and team coordination in the film industry as an assistant director and production manager.

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Marys Bakker

Clinical Psychologist, Project Manager

Marys is a clinical psychologist specialising in behavioural and cognitive therapies. After a career in neuropsychological research, she turned to clinical work. She has worked in the Netherlands and France, and is now based in Costa Rica.Find out more

Baptiste Aphecetche

Product Manager

Baptiste has well-rounded business experience with a focus on products and data. He has a Master’s degree in business management from the Catholic University of Lille.

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