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Therapists in T3E

Darla Daugela-Jeschke, Psychologist  in Calgary
“I am a Registered Psychologist who works with individuals, adolescents, couples and families. I help people who are feeling stressed, anxious, depressed, stuck or wish to enjoy better relationships. My mission is to connect people with healthier and happier lives. I will provide you with the insight and support you require to create clear goals and action steps. I use a variety of techniques to help you reduce stressful emotions, improve your relationships and connect you with a sense of well-being. Additionally, I will give you tools you can use to help yourself when therapy ends.
Fleur Yumol, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Calgary
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSc, MSW, RSW
“Frustrated with the direction of your life? Confused about the relationship you are in? Are you making choices that don't make sense? I believe the answers to your questions lie within you and my role will be to help increase awareness of your needs and discover your potential. I believe that by integrating your mind, body and spirit you will uncover your purpose and find fulfillment in your life. I believe that a therapeutic relationship is one of respect, mutuality and transparency. Success lies in creating an environment that is open, non-judgmental and congruent.
Joelle Osowski, Psychologist  in Calgary
“I have consulted with and treated many people dealing with injuries that have resulted from motor vehicle accidents and sport injuries. My background in the areas of injury rehabilitation, chronic pain management, and achieving excellence in athletics, forms the base of my counselling/clinical work with clients.
Lex Psychology Corporation, Psychologist  in Calgary
“Empowering clients to enhance coping and move towards meaningful change. I am a clinical and forensic psychologist experienced in providing assessment and therapeutic services to individuals who present with a vast range of difficulties, from relatively mild psychosocial stressors to more acute forms of adversity. I see individuals from the general public, law enforcement, and individuals referred from different agencies such as schools, probation, CSC, law firms, and the courts. I provide individual and group therapy. My orientation is client-centered, non-judgmental and balanced, recognizing the value of human experience and resiliency.
Cathryn Hanssen, Psychologist  in Calgary
“Located near Mount Royal University in SW Calgary. I work with clients to overcome obstacles, enhance well-being, and improve happiness in relationships and life. My passion is helping people to explore the potential for change, and to live the best life possible. Often people feel stuck and fall into repeating patterns of behaviour - I offer the tools that are necessary to make changes, and that will allow you to move forward in a positive way. Through the counselling process, challenges and struggles can be overcome.
Velma Noble, Counselor  in Calgary
“I have been in private practice for ten years, bringing a warm, comprehensive, and practical approach to mental health and wellness. Primary areas of clinical focus that include: depression and anxiety, grief and loss, major life transitions, stress management, marital enrichment, divorce care, family communication, spiritual care, empowerment and assertiveness training. I offer individual, couple, family therapy, as well as a number of unique group programs.
Monique Jamin, Psychologist  in Calgary
“I continue to be intrigued by the human spirit as it looks for answers that will bring healing to relationships, big life decisions, inner struggles and general well-being. With over 30 years of working with people and 15 years as a Registered Psychologist, I enjoy collaborating with individuals, families, teams and communities to deepen their stories, strengthen existing resources, discover new ways to provide resource and to make changes that are sturdy and forward moving.
Shelley Bergman, Psychologist  in Calgary
“I work with children, youth, young adults, adults with unresolved childhood issues, and families experiencing a range of presenting developmental, learning, adjustment, behavioural, adaptive, and social-emotional disorders and concerns. I provide a range of therapy and assessment services and believe a collaborative, personalized, and relationship-based approach is most successful in keeping motivation to engage high so positive change may occur. Areas of specialty include complex developmental, behavioural, and learning disorders, mood regulation, fears and worries, school concerns, parent separation/divorce, death and loss, blended families, child abuse and neglect, parent-child relationship, and social/peer difficulties.
Stamatina (Tina) Nikolaou, Psychologist  in Calgary
“I am an empathic and dynamic listener who is passionate about helping people live out their full potential and overcome challenges that get in their way. I bring a genuine compassion and positivity into my work as a psychologist for adults, couples, families, teens, and children. I strive to thoroughly understand my clients' challenges and strengths. I collaborate with my clients to identify and achieve effective, creative, and unique solutions to overcome the challenges they are facing. The areas I specialize in include, disordered eating and body image, self-esteem, depression, postpartum depression, trauma, stress and anxiety, relationships and parenting.
Amy Marshall,   in Calgary
“Are you feeling disappointed, lonely, or even hopeless about your relationship? Disconnection, misunderstandings, and faltering trust in your partner are painful experiences to endure alone. You may feel lost, overwhelmed, or exhausted. Regardless of where you are at right now with your partner, there is always hope. Even the most damaged relationships can heal. Just imagine how much more fulfilling your relationship might be if you felt loved and cared for by your partner. Imagine what it would be like if you enjoyed each other more could start having fun again.
Lindsay David McLeod, Psychologist  in Calgary
“I am a clinical psychologist who works with individuals and couples. Some have been struggling for a long time while others have lost their footing in the face of recent life stress. Change and growth happen when individuals feel that they are taken seriously, understood, accepted, and supported. In this context, my clients become more open, aware, and honest about the full range of their thoughts and feelings. Hope and courage grow as they face life's challenges. They learn new, flexible, and effective ways to think and respond, alter unhelpful patterns in relationships, and gain greater self-acceptance and resilience.
Barry C B Hollowell, Psychologist  in Calgary
“Welcome! My goal as a psychologist is to help you uncover your strengths and potential so you are better able to lead a more fulfilled life. While we can't change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve the challenges you are facing right now. In choosing the most appropriate therapy interventions, we will explore behaviour patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more satisfying and meaningful life. We will then be able to work together to empower you to move in more helpful and growthful directions.
(403) 819-5219
Office is near:
Calgary, Alberta T3E 7V3
Mary-Jean Malyszka, Psychologist  in Calgary
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychologist, MA, RPsyc(p, DAACS, CCC
“In relationships when great sex (or any intimacy at all) is a distant memory, communication becomes stuck, and a feeling of closeness is longed for again, these become signs that a different approach is needed to end the frustration and renew aliveness. The desire for intimacy, to feel connected, and to matter are key aspects of who we are as human beings.
(403) 305-9083
Office is near:
Calgary, Alberta T3E 7M8
Prince Charles Oteng-Boateng, Psychologist  in Calgary
“"Life is not about waiting for the storms to pass, it is about learning to dance in the rain." These words by Vivian Green echo the philosophy behind my approach to therapy and life. People come to counselling to find help with all sorts of problems - from broken relationships, to stress, to concern for a loved one. Through a collaborative relationship, I will give you the opportunity to talk through the difficult issues in your life in the context of a safe, respectful, supportive, and non-judgmental relationship and work toward achieving the changes you want in your life.
(403) 879-2503
Office is near:
Calgary, Alberta T3E 7V3
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