Take care of your mental health from the comfort of your home.
Take care of your mental health from the comfort of your home.
Hi - I’m Colin and I’ve found my calling supporting couples in crisis. I live on Treaty 6 land in Edmonton and work online with anyone in Alberta. I am a Registered Psychologist who takes a person-centered approach to therapy and match my approach to each couple or individuals place on the path to wellness. I enjoy working with couples both together and individually to improve their relationships. Through working with me, you’ll build lasting strength and capabilities you can draw on through any challenging times.
In addition to couples work, I am a Certified Trauma Counsellor and have experience treating those with trauma, FASD, ADHD, depression, anxiety, life transitions, work-related stress/issues, divorce, reconciliation, extra marital affairs, addictions, sexual dysfunction, anger management, 2SLGBTQ+ issues, suicidal ideation, abuse in relationships, relationship issues, conflict management, grief and loss, and crisis situations.
When I’m not treating patients here at Auschrat Counselling Services, I am completing additional training in several fields, playing music, and enjoying board games with friends and family. I have completed Level 3 Training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy in February 2020 and completed additional training in Couples and Addiction Recovery in May 2021. I also coordinate training and networking meetups for other local psychologists.
Knowing how challenging it can be to schedule work and family around counselling appointments, my available hours are daytime, evenings, and weekends. I am always happy to join you for a tea and deep conversation.
Hi, I'm Heather! I live on Treaty 6 land in Edmonton and work online with anyone in Alberta. As a Registered Psychologist, I have over 12 years of assessment and private practice counselling experience. I have worked within the education sector for the school board, in private practice, and have worked with children from 5 years of age to adults.
I look at psychological assessments as a way to better understand how you process and see the world. I strive to look for your strengths and how they can best be used to your advantage.
I firmly believe that by knowing how your brain is using information, you will be better able to find success in all areas of your life.
Hello and welcome! My name is Mateo, and my pronouns are they/them or he/him. I am a Registered Provisional Psychologist in Alberta, a Certified Canadian Counsellor, and Certified Therapeutic Art Coach. I live on Treaty 7 land in Calgary and work online with anyone in Alberta! Here is a little bit about me to help you decide whether I am the right fit for your therapy needs:
I am a Latin/Patlacheh person of colour, and an active member of my local queer and trans communities. My highest degree is a Masters in Counselling Psychology (2018) from Athabasca University. My experience comes from over 12 years of work in private, public health, and nonprofit social service and mental health work. I am a diversity trainer, an activist, a writer, and a researcher. I am an instructor in the NorQuest College Addictions and Mental Health Recovery Programs. I am also the Co-Chair of the Psychologists Association of Alberta Anti-Racism Task Force, a member of the Alberta Trans Health Network, and provide assessments and referrals through Skipping Stone Foundation.
My training and specializations as a therapist include assessing and working with various complex stresses and mental health concerns with gender creative youth, gender minorities/third genders, sexual minorities, and ethnic minorities. I’m trained and experienced in using various methods including Postmodern Therapies, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, and Play Therapy. Typically a session with me will not be all talk; we’ll mix in some practice, experience, and fun!
If you feel we would be a great fit for your mental health journey, I look forward to hearing from you!
Hello! My name is Rebecca. I live on Treaty 6 land in Edmonton and work online with anyone in Alberta. I’m a Canadian Certified Counsellor (CCC) and I offer counselling services to children, adolescents, and adults (individuals, couples, and families). I have a strong interest in working with those struggling with various addictions, mental health concerns, grief and loss, and faith issues.
I completed my Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Counselling in 2006, am a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist, and Level One Theraplay (MIM) trained. I am also a Certified Professional Counsellor (CPC) through the Professional Association of Christian Counsellors and Psychotherapists (PACCP). I have spent over 15 years counselling children, youth, and their families and have a wealth of personal and professional experience to glean from in my work with you.
My desire for you as we journey together is that your story will be not only be heard, but truly honoured. I counsel from a client centred, trauma informed, strengths based approach, using motivational interviewing, solution focused therapy, and narrative therapy modalities. As my client, you will be equipped with practical skills and strategies so that you may experience authentic hope and healing in your life. I sincerely look forward to building a therapeutic relationship with you!
Hi, I'm Oksana! I am a Registered Provisional Psychologist. I live on Treaty 6 land in Edmonton and work online with anyone in Alberta. New findings can emerge from a guided understanding of the self. Perhaps you are finding that some of your thought patterns, behaviours, and ways of relating that at once were adaptive, no longer serve you. My hope is to facilitate and hold a safe, open, and encouraging space entirely for you in an effort to explore these further. Let’s work together to address your specific needs.
In order for therapy to be effective, your personal style needs to be considered. Your way of communicating and relating to the world and to those around you, and the manner in which you construct meaning through life experiences will be important to our work together. We will begin with the strengths and resources that you already have and figure out our next steps together.
The focus of my clinical work is with adolescents and adults experiencing anxiety and depression, difficulties in interpersonal relationships, and struggling with challenges related to mood, identity work, stress, burnout, grief, life transitions, performance, and personality. I also have experience navigating the areas of perfectionism, impulse-control, difficulties with attention and concentration, learning challenges, phobias, panic attacks, self-harm, and attachment. I respect and acknowledge cultural differences while working with clients of diverse backgrounds and orientations.
As your therapist, I aim to foster insight and develop personal growth through self-awareness, self-acceptance, and self-assertion. Drawing from evidence-based approaches including psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral (CBT), and dialectical-behavioral (DBT) therapies, I employ an integrative approach in tailoring the therapeutic process to meet your interests and your needs. I would like to welcome you and the potential that can emerge when we are willing to take a deeper look - let's be curious together.
Hi, I’m Lindsay! My pronouns are she/her, and I am a Registered Psychologist in Alberta. I live on Treaty 7 land and work online with anyone in Alberta. I provide services to children, pre-teens, adolescents, and adults, and offer individual, family, and couples/relationship counselling. I have worked in the mental health sector for eight years, including working with adolescents in the care of Children’s Services, providing support to students and families in based out of rural Alberta schools, advocating for mental health supports to a variety of municipal, provincial and federal stakeholders, and working in a not-for-profit agency seeing clients across the lifespan and with a variety of reasons for seeking therapy.
I have certificates in Child and Youth Behaviour Strategies and Addictions Counselling from Mount Royal University. I have completed Level 2 Training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy.
I have experience working with issues such as anxiety, mood disorders, school refusal, friendship concerns, navigating family relationships, suicidal ideation/self-harm, attachment, addiction, emotional regulation, and sexual/gender identity. I have also worked with adult clients with similar concerns, along with relationships (including consensual non-monogamy), infidelity, and parenting. I feel we all have a huge capacity for resilience and learning and enjoy co-creating a successful therapeutic relationship with clients. Together, we can work to identify strengths, find exceptions to problems, and recognize the potential for successful interventions in your life.
I use Gottman Method Couples Therapy in my work. I draw from a variety of therapeutic interventions and modalities, including cognitive- behavioural therapy (CBT), solution-focused therapy (SFT), mindfulness, and dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT). My focus is on providing a therapy experience that meets you where you’re at and respects your lived and subjective experiences, while helping you develop practical and appropriate coping skills. I approach my work with a trauma-informed lens and seek to understand how different intersectionalities contribute to therapy and mental well-being.
I sincerely look forward to co-discovering the understanding, insight, and knowledge that therapy can provide.
Hi, I’m Dotun! My pronouns are she/her, and I am a Registered Psychologist in Alberta. I live on Treaty 7 land and work online with anyone in Alberta. I enjoy supporting individuals, couples, children, and youth in diverse areas including bully/harassment (workplace and school), burnout management, emotional regulation (depression and anxiety), self–development, and self-understanding. I also specialize in trauma support for people who have experienced a motor vehicle accident and I do psychological assessments of adults, youths, and children to aid insight into their studies, personality, behaviours, and psychological functioning.
I have training and experience to provide support in counselling and rehabilitation psychology. I am certified in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Fundamentals.
I use acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), play therapy, narrative therapy, and solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT). I also provide psychological testing and evaluation.
I enjoy co-creating space that encourages the planning and execution of desired personal changes amidst the current state of our world and its complexities. I believe that authoring one’s life stories can be a rewarding process when we comfortably pause in self-exploration to increase our awareness of self, strengths, capacity, and strengthening of resiliency.
My approach to counselling support is pragmatic, we collaboratively find ways that best align with your strengths, preferences, and lifestyle. I support clients using concepts such as self–efficacy, mindfulness, and unconditional respect and dignity as we create the changes that you want to weave into your life story. "
When I am not working, I enjoy various self-care practices such as connecting with friends, family; taking walks, travelling, and volunteering.
Together we can reconstruct your story by taking care of your greatest asset; your mind.
Hello, I’m Sheila! My pronouns are she/her, and I am a Registered Psychologist and Registered Psychiatric Nurse in Alberta. I live on Treaty 6 land and work online with anyone in Alberta. I enjoy supporting individuals in meeting their mental health goals.
My education as a nurse and psychologist has led me to counselling adults and seniors with different mental health concerns such as anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, work stress, and stress from life issues.
I use cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), iRest meditative techniques, mindfulness-based therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), dialectical behavioural therapy (DBT), and a variety of other treatment modalities.
I am here to guide you to better health, as the psychological and physical being of ourselves is nothing but intertwined. I look forward to meeting with you.