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Sara Jungen, Psychologist  in Calgary
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychologist, BA(hon), MA, RPsych
“Often described as having a calm presence, Sara Jungen, a Registered Psychologist, enjoys working with individuals, couples and families. Sara completed her B.A. (honours) in Psychology at the University of Calgary. After some time doing therapeutic work both locally and internationally, it became clear that in order to be of most benefit to others, she needed to further her training and delve deeper into her own process.
Tami Reid, Psychologist  in Calgary
“For people struggling with addiction and mental health concerns it can be common to "sit on the fence" when deciding whether to access support. If you're unsure, you're not alone. I invite you to weigh the pros and cons and if you find yourself listing some "pros" I would welcome the opportunity to offer support. Counselling can offer a fresh perspective, a safe place to explore healthy behaviours and an accepting environment where you can talk about life stress, moods or your use of alcohol or other drugs and their impact on your life.
Dr. Susan MacDonald & Associates Inc., Psychologist  in Calgary
“With extensive experience in both psychology and human resources, I am your first choice in helping you on your road to success. I have a broad area of practice: I work as a counseling psychologist with individuals, couples and families with many types of life concerns. I also conduct career assessments for people making educational and occupational decisions, or for managers and employees seeking coaching.
Gaye Lea Kropf, Psychologist  in Calgary
“I am a registered counselling and organization psychologist with a wide range of experience in assessment and treatment. Therapy areas include: career transition; depression; anxiety and stress; relationships; anger management; grief; dealing with illness; post traumatic stress; workplace issues; physical, emotional, and sexual abuse. I am experienced in comprehensive psychological assessment and coaching for career transition, leader, pre-selection, promotion and performance development and have worked in private, public, government and health care settings.
Zeljko Matijevic,   in Calgary
“I am Jungian Analyst graduate of the C.G.Jung Institute in Zurich, Switzerland. Since 1989 I have been in private practice in Calgary, Alberta. In addition to individual therapy, I give seminars and hold workshops on dreams, symbols, myths, fairytales, as well as I teach theory of Jungian psychology. Prior to my psychoanalytic career I practiced as medical doctor in Germany, where I specialized in internal medicine and lung diseases. I am an avid skier, bicyclist, photographer. I practice zen mediation and yoga. I am passionate about cooking and healthy nutrition.
Step By Step Therapy, Psychologist  in Calgary
“I really enjoy working with clients like you: clients who have had a lot of challenges and tried lots of things. Now you are ready to work hard, see it pay off, one step at a time. You want to change the way you see yourself, or perhaps, the way that you have been working in relationship to yourself and others. You are really ready to build a life that you consider worth living.
Sharon Crozier, Psychologist  in Calgary
“Therapy can help you to deal with life's transition and help to create positive strategies for change. I enjoy facilitating healing and growth in dealing with stress, anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, relationship issues or loss/grief which will help you develop a greater capacity for full and healthy living. I believe that you have answers and strength within you that by working together we can develop solutions, strategies and plans for your future. One of my passions is helping people to develop positive life plans to move their lives forward, whether that is dealing with career, educational or retirement transitions.
Sharon Carlton, Registered Psychologist, Psychologist  in Calgary
“I am a Registered Psychologist who offers prompt, comprehensive, effective therapy that works! I help children, teens, couples and families to feel better quickly, to meet their goals, and to create more satisfying lives. Therapy is teamwork. We'll work together to build upon the strengths you already possess and to learn the skills and strategies necessary to make meaningful and lasting changes. You've already taken the first step along the pathway to greater health and happiness. Are you ready to let go of frustration, discover empowerment and motivation, and experience true transformation? Find out more at sharoncarlton.ca.
Réjeanne Dupuis, Psychologist  in Calgary
“I am an experienced Clinical Psychologist, helping adolescents, adults and couples cope with distressing life events and mental health disorders. My passion is to help clients regain balance and move forward with their lives. I can address the following issues with you: depression and anxiety, poor sleep, grief/loss, alcohol or drug abuse, stress, workplace issues, relationship problems, life transitions (e.g., job loss, moving, retirement), chronic health problems, traumatic events, low self-esteem, procrastination, aging, marital difficulties, parenting, affairs. Although you may be currently struggling, it takes courage to seek help.
Gordon Cochrane, Counselor  in Calgary
“Are you looking for guidance during a time of loss, change or uncertainty? Like a mountaineer who guides others upwards, a counsellor can help you journey through your inner terrain. Therapy is a process of slowing, knowing, deciding and choosing courses of action that uphold who you truly are. My approach to therapy is collaborative rather than diagnostic. Regardless of the issue, the primary goal is to open space from which your own answers can emerge from within you. Clients often speak of feeling more hopeful, self-confident and prepared to meet life's challenges. The examined life is worth living.
“I am a registered child psychologist specializing in helping toddlers, young children (up to age 12), and their families with common emotional, cognitive, and behavioural difficulties. I provide assessment and treatment tailored to meet the specific needs of each child and family. Because young children depend so heavily on those around them to address their developmental needs and challenges, I collaborate closely with parents. The parent-child relationship often provides the best opportunity for effective intervention. I provide a respectful and caring environment for parents to understand what their child's behaviour is communicating, what their child needs, and how they can meet those needs.
Jen Eld, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Calgary
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BSW, MSW, RSW
“I provide counselling services to support clients to achieve change and seek wellness in their lives. I welcome women, men, and teens, of all ages and walks of life in my practice. I have experience assisting clients in facing a variety of issues. I also specialize in providing counselling for eating disorders and disordered eating. I believe feedback from my clients regarding the counselling is very important for tailoring sessions to each client and for achieving success in counselling. I look forward to meeting you, and building a therapeutic relationship, to support you in fostering change in your life.
Shauna Pupp, Psychologist  in Calgary
“I am a Registered Psychologist providing clinical and consulting services with a focus on adolescent issues, and mood disorders. For teenagers our initial session focuses on assisting them to make an informed decision about therapy as many teens can be apprehensive to the idea. I provide education and coping strategies to support them through what can often be 'tough teenage times' for both teens and parents. We cover topics such as bullying, self esteem, self-harm, substance use, and school related issues.
Lynn Lambert, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Calgary
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“My belief is that a mind, body and spirit approach to healing allows people to access their deepest inner strengths and achieve true transformation. With over 25 years of training and experience I use an integration of treatment processes that I tailor to each person's unique challenges and strengths. My role is to work closely with you to accelerate the healing process and break through barriers including fear, anxiety, self doubts and depression that have interfered with reaching your true potential in all areas of your life.
WGM Psychology and Associates, Psychologist  in Calgary
“We have focused specifically on developing skill in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and trauma-related problems. As such, our ideal clients would be those keen to explore how past traumatic events have influenced current psychological difficulties. We view the impact of trauma as occurring on a broad scale, therefore are inclusive of spouses and family members in the treatment process. While we primarily work with individual adults, we also offer couple and family therapy, particularly where patterns of avoidance and suppression within couples and/or family systems have been driven by a traumatic experience.
Maureen Theberge, Psychologist  in Calgary
“If you or someone you love is struggling with anxiety, depression, divorce, grief, chronic pain, or other life issues, I can help. I utilize mindfulness and cognitive behavioural therapy approaches to help you get your life back on track so that you can experience more joy and fulfilment in your days. Sometimes it is hard to keep work, family, relationships, and other responsibilities in balance. Life may seem chaotic. You don't need to face your problems alone. I can help you bring hope and peace back into your life.
Jasen Elliott, Psychologist  in Calgary
“Specializing in advanced psychotherapy for anxiety, depression, and unexplained somatic symptoms, I offer highly individualized treatment within an honest and collaborative working relationship. A thorough initial consultation is used to clarify and tailor treatment objectives based on individual need and response to intervention. Immediate efforts are aimed at mobilizing self-understanding, compassion, and other healing resources in order to accelerate treatment progress. A premium is placed on resolving the core issues driving each individual's difficulties whether utilizing intensive short-term dynamic psychotherapy or longer psychotherapy formats when warranted.
Gillian Hutton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Calgary
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BSc, BSW, MSW
“Are you having trouble coping? Stuck, spinning your wheels, feeling sad, frustrated and worn out? Is it affecting your relationships? Though we are naturally resilient, and capable of solving all kinds of problems, sometimes our best attempts to solve problems aren't helpful or may even make things worse! Together we will develop new ways for you to cope and free yourself from problematic patterns of thinking, feeling and behaving. I work with adults, and adolescents and provide individual, couple/family and group therapy.
Beth Balshaw, Psychologist  in Calgary
“In my general practice in psychology, I offer individual and couple therapy for both women and men. My clients deal with a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, managing emotions, stress management, self-esteem issues, relationship concerns and communication skills. I take a collaborative approach to therapy, encouraging clients to be actively involved in setting and working toward their goals. I help clients to identify their strengths and resources, to address barriers that may be getting in their way and to examine their issues in context.
Janice Cathcart, Psychologist  in Calgary
“For over 20 years, I have worked in the field of mental health, with men and women of all ages and walks of life. I have a change-oriented, short-term approach to therapy, and I currently work primarily with individuals struggling with concurrent addiction and mental health or chronic pain concerns. I also frequently work with people who are struggling with life transitions, overwhelming stress, depression and anxiety. I previously worked as a mental health nurse, which provided me with experience in assessment and treatment of people along the full continuum of mental health issues.

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