Our services include assessment, consultation, and treatment for all ages.

The Psychologists' Association of Alberta defines Psychologists as regulated health professionals who provide services including psychotherapy, assessment, diagnosis, and research of psychological health and problems. They are trained in evidence-based practices and follow a code of ethics that promotes respect for dignity and fair treatment. Alberta‚Äôs psychologists have advanced university degrees (Masters or PhD) and undergo extensive supervised training and examinations. Psychologists study the biological, cognitive, emotional, social, cultural, and environmental determinants of behavior and through such extensive research and practice, psychologists help people cope more effectively in daily life. 

Individual Adult/Youth Therapy or Children's Play Therapy

  • Mood disorders, anxiety problems, eating disorders, addictions, grief and loss, etc.
  • Personality disorders
  • Personal growth and resiliency
  • Health and wellness/pain management
  • Stress and traumatic experiences
  • Play Therapy (ages 7-12)

Veterans Affairs Canada/Blue Cross Direct Billing (for Veterans only)

  • One-time Medical Questionnaire/Entitlement Benefits Assessments
  • Ongoing Individual Psychotherapy for Veteran members of Canadian Military/Armed Forces and/or RCMP
  • Family support for spouses, children, or caregivers of Veterans

Family Therapy

  • Parenting
  • Family concerns including stress, trauma, abuse, grief and loss
  • Separation and Divorce

Couples Therapy

  • Marital and relationship issues
  • Separation and Divorce
  • Life transitions

Psychological Assessment (Standardized Formal Assessment)

  • Cognitive
  • Achievement/Academic skills
  • Personality
  • Behavior
  • Developmental
  • Adaptive Functioning
  • Executive Functioning
  • Visual Motor Integration

Clinical Hypnotherapy

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Overall Wellness
  • Stress
  • Smoking Cessation
  • Weight Loss
  • Grief & Loss
  • Relaxation