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Autism Therapists in Alberta (AB)

Soaring Heights Psychological Services, Psychologist  in Calgary
“My clientele focus is primarily children (0-10 years) who have been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Attention-Deficit Disorder, Oppositional Defiance Disorder, and Developmental Delays. Families with FSCD contracts are welcome. Soaring Heights accepts both Behavioral Aide Services and Specialized Services Programming. Soaring Heights also provides parent training in behavior management, social skills training for children on the spectrum, and play-based therapy.
Autism
(403) 923-7715
Calgary, Alberta T3M 0T9
Angila Halliburton Chase, Psychologist  in Edmonton
“Problems can be paralyzing! Allow me to support you in creating goals and strategies to achieve them. Become empowered to take charge of your life. I admire the courage it takes to deal with issues. As important as friends and family may be, they may not provide the necessary objectivity to best support you. As a Provisional Psychologist, I come from a client-centered, solution-focused approach and with our therapeutic alliance we will explore solutions that best suit you.
Autism
(780) 983-4871
Edmonton, Alberta T6E 4G6
Dorrie Koscielnuk, Psychologist  in Sherwood Park
“Nexus Psychology specializes in Assessment and Diagnostics, for children, adolescents, and adults. Our assessment services address concerns related to: Intellectual Disabilities, Learning Disabilities, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Giftedness, Behaviour, Mood, ADHD, Anxiety, and Social Skills.
Autism
(780) 221-5721
Laura Hauk, Psychologist  in Calgary
“I offer psycho-educational and emotional-behavioural assessments of children and adolescents. My area of expertise includes uncovering the reasons that a child is struggling in school, home, or other social setting, which may involve a learning difficulty, attention difficulty, developmental delay, or an underlying emotional problem. Finding out about a child's learning, emotional, and behavioural needs and strengths can help identify appropriate learning environments, effective child, parent, and classroom strategies, and useful community resources.
Autism
(403) 831-8449
Calgary, Alberta T2X 1M2
Phoenix Brill, Psychologist  in Calgary
“The decision to start therapy is a courageous first step towards understanding, healing, and change. I offer therapy to adolescents, adults, and couples in Calgary, AB and Bragg Creek AB. I believe that most people can benefit from therapy at some point in their lives. Whether you struggle with persistent troubling thoughts or feelings, are overwhelmed by events that are out of your control, or just want to get in touch with a deeper sense of meaning and purpose in your life, therapy can help.
Autism
(403) 478-2744
Calgary, Alberta T2C 3G3
Macdonald Psychological Services, Psychologist  in Calgary
“My practice focuses on children, adolescents, and young adults (and their families) with a wide range of complex learning needs. We are all complex and we are all life-long learners, but that some people are more complex than others. Anxiety, giftedness, social and academic challenges, and any number of other complexities can result in frustration that affects not only the complex learner, but the entire family. I focus on discovering the unique strengths of each individual so we ca capitalize on those areas while also identifying areas of challenge so we can build on or, as necessary, plan to avoid those areas.
Autism
(403) 229-3455
Calgary, Alberta T2T 0A5
Neelam Chadha, Psychologist  in Edmonton
“I provide a range of central psychological services, including therapy, crisis intervention, and assessment for adults and children. I am am personally compassionate, empathic, and attentive, and use evidence-based assessments and treatments.
Autism
(780) 913-0702
Edmonton, Alberta T5K 2J1
Ashley Dreger, Counselor  in Okotoks
“Life can bring with it unexpected stress, events, and challenges. At times we all need help to reach our full potential. I provide individual counselling to children, adolescents, adults, and family counselling. I focus on helping the client reach their goals, and develop the skills needed to succeed. This can include overcoming behaviour problems, social skills, mental health difficulties, stress, communication problems, and other concerns. When working with children and adolescents it is often crucial to work with the whole family. At times families need help to overcome conflict and create the relationship they desire.
Autism
(403) 390-6550
Okotoks, Alberta T1S 0B9
Family Counselling Centres Inc., Psychologist  in Leduc
“At Family Counselling Centres we recognize that therapy cannot be a one size fits all approach. Every individual is unique in how they respond to therapy. Accordingly, we provide a variety of options--we utilize play therapy, animal assisted (horse and dog) therapy, EMDR, art therapy, filial therapy, sand play therapy, and traditional psychotherapy to provide clients with comprehensive care. We treat children, teens, adults, and families using both traditional and non-traditional therapies.We believe that people can live up to their full potential if a nurturing environment is available-- this is why we put such a strong focus on the family. Relationships are the core of the human experience so we provide services that encourages the re-establishment of supportive bonds. We also believe in holistic wellness. An approach that considers the whole person -- body, mind, spirit, and emotions. We utilize the latest research in brain development, mental health methodology, and provide referrals to those in our community who can further assist in the care of the individual seeking help.
Autism
(780) 612-8577
Leduc, Alberta T9E 6L6
Lindamarie K Gossen, Counselor  in Calgary
“We believe people today are struggling with the effects of living in a fast-paced society that promote a sense of fragmentation and dehumanization. We find ourselves struggling to find balance and interconnectedness. Our lives become further complicated by the barrage of conflicting messages we receive about who we should be and how we should live. Many of us have not been able to find a resting place where we can just be who we are and speak freely. At Sage we welcome you to do just that, for in speaking freely we discover our own beliefs, hopes and truths.
Autism
(403) 800-8997
Calgary, Alberta T2R 1E8
“Welcome to my profile! My name is Cory Donald and I am a Registered Provisional Psychologist. My clientele is diverse and consists of adults, children and families. I work with my clients to create opportunities for them to experience positive change and live their life to its potential. My clients set and achieve goals, learn and utilize coping skills and grow in self-awareness.
Autism
(780) 705-6463
Edmonton, Alberta T5N 1R7
Windermere Psychology Centre, Psychologist  in Edmonton
“My work in the field of psychology has mostly been in private practice and has stretched over the last two decades. I truly enjoy working with my patients, and have found a wonderful blend of techniques to both build trusting relationships, and help people overcome challenges. My practice is built mainly on word of mouth and personal references. If you are looking for confidential services and an experienced professional: call 780 - 784 - 3333
Autism
(780) 784-3333
Edmonton, Alberta T6W 0L7
Christina Vaillancourt Psychological Services, Psychologist  in Airdrie
“Are you struggling with negative feelings such as anxiety and depression? Or perhaps one of your children is acting out and you need help with how to cope as a parent? I can help with providing assessment and counselling to help put your life back on track. I help adults, children, teens, and their families cope with various challenges, such as separation/divorce, grief/loss, trauma, parent-child conflict, parenting, anxiety, depression, and communication.
Autism
(403) 999-9903
Airdrie, Alberta T4B 2E3
Violet C Pergel MSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Medicine Hat
“As a Registered Clinical Social Worker, I am committed to provided therapy to children, teens, adults, couples and families in a compassionate caring environment. As I have been a therapist for over 18 years, I have the education, knowledge and skills to treat a wide variety of issues and am very committed to working colloboratively with clients to find creative solutions to their problems. My goal is to provide clients with the tools they need to deal with their issues not just in the present, but also in the future, and to develop to their full potential.
Autism
(403) 580-6990
Rosalyn Fung, Psychologist  in Edmonton
“Welcome! I enjoy working collaboratively with clients to discover new perspectives by exploring and creating awareness of clients' inner strengths and wisdom through their own mind, body and spirit. I consider a genuine therapeutic relationship to be of utmost importance for healing, growth and change. I have a Masters in Martial and Family Therapy. I enjoy working with a variety of issues with teens, individuals, couples and families including: relationship, work/life balance, family-of-origin, parenting, life transitions, self-esteem, anxiety, depression, grief, anger, addictions, sexuality, Autism/Asperger's, and health. I am available for online counselling in Alberta.
Autism
(780) 468-1366 x103
Edmonton, Alberta T6E 2T2
Julie Curley, Psychologist  in Edmonton
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Psychologist, BEd, MA, R, Psych
“Hello and welcome to my profile! My name is Julie Curley and I am a Registered Psychologist. I work with a diverse clientele of individuals, couples and families to facilitate the positive change that enables my clients to live a life full of all the possibilities that they imagine. Through positive change, clients set and achieve their goals, build coping skills, become more attuned to their own needs and the needs of others. They are empowered to accept and choose to live their best life.
Autism
(780) 705-6463
Edmonton, Alberta T5N 1R7
Paul JL Preston, Psychologist  in Edmonton
“Psychotherapy creates a safe place where issues and difficulties can be put on the table and looked at - with no judgement, with patience and courage. My job is to help you face and accept yourself, to take responsibility for your self in a way that safeguards your integrity. Psychotherapy is private. Psychotherapy should help you look closely at the tough stuff. It is not always easy but it should honor both your humanness and your dignity. I am not the Paul Preston that advocates spanking.
Autism
(780) 448-0860
Edmonton, Alberta T6E 4R8
Jennifer Hoy, Psychologist  in Calgary
“I am passionate about helping others increase their overall sense of well-being through a trusting, collaborative, relationship-based approach. I work with children, adolescents, and adults experiencing a range of interpersonal, adaptive, developmental, behavioural, and/or social-emotional challenges and disorders.
Autism
(403) 861-4891
Calgary, Alberta T3A 2V7
Tamara Pettigrew, Psychologist  in Calgary
“I am a Registered Clinical Psychologist and have extensive experience working with children from preschool age to adolescence. I have expertise in assessment and treatment of a wide range of issues, including learning problems, attention and behavior problems, autism spectrum disorders, giftedness, anxiety, depression, and coping with a medical condition. I am happy to provide parents with consultation related to common parenting concerns (e.g., sleep difficulties, limit setting). I also work with young adults, most often through assessment to assist with educational planning, or treatment focusing on issues related to anxiety, mood, attention/organization problems, and adjustment problems.
Autism
(403) 589-9424
Calgary, Alberta T2R 1K1
Shannon Bullough, Psychologist  in Calgary
“I am a clinical psychologist in Calgary, and provide individual, family, as well as group therapy. I also provide comprehensive psychological assessment services, as well as consultation to parents, schools, health care providers, and other professionals. My experience includes previous and current employment in the health care and educational sectors, including hospital and community settings. I typically practice from a cognitive-behavioural therapy model, and use a brief, solution focused approach to therapy. My work with couples and families tends to be more emotionally focused, attachment based, and I use a family systems approach.
Autism
(403) 461-3737
Calgary, Alberta T2T 2Z2

Autism Therapists
If you're looking for help with autism in Alberta (AB) or for an Alberta (AB) autism Therapist these professionals provide autism help, autism therapy, autism counseling, autism treatment and therapy for autism. They include autism Therapists, autism psychologists, autism psychotherapists and autism counselors. A Therapist can help with diagnosis on the autism spectrum or aspergers in Alberta (AB). The professionals work with autism in children or children with autism, autism in adolescents or adolescents with autism and autism in adults or adults with autism.

Alberta (AB) Therapists work with autism behaviors in Alberta (AB) and autism disorder and follow autism research. These professionals can provide autism support or connect you to an autism network or support group or to autism training. Finally, Therapists provide support for parents of autistic children in Alberta (AB) or autistic kids and direct you to local autism resources.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Alberta (AB) have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Alberta (AB) you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Alberta (AB) and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Alberta (AB) or family therapy in Alberta (AB).