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Therapists in Calgary

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.
(403) 874-9497
Calgary, Alberta T3E 7V3
Cathy McCurdy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Calgary
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BSW, MA, RSW
“I am a professional therapist with over 20 years experience counselling couples, individuals, and families with relationship and personal issues, as well as supervising therapists and facilitating retreats. I truly enjoy helping couples reconnect and bring back the passion in their marriage. I also love helping clients meet their own individual goals such as increased self esteem, stress management and overcoming depression, along with many others. I seek to offer a compassionate approach and sensitivity to your issues, so that you can feel understood without judgement, and also use the latest training to help therapy be as effective as possible.
(403) 695-7911
Calgary, Alberta T2E 2Z6
Jennifer Crawford, Psychologist  in Calgary
“Dr. Crawford is a Registered Psychologist with clinical expertise working with children from the preschool years through adolescence and young adulthood. She earned her PhD at the University of Alberta. She also earned an Education Degree from the University of Regina and is a Registered Teacher.
(403) 703-2645
Calgary, Alberta T3B 2W9
Colombia Carter, Psychologist  in Calgary
“Colombia is a Registered Psychologist in the Province of Alberta. She offers warm, skillful, and effective support to adults, youth and children, through counselling. .Her areas of special training and expertise include depression and anxiety issues, self-esteem issues, trauma, and behavioral support for children and teens. She uses Cognitive Behavior Therapy approach in her counselling. This is a philosophy of psychotherapy which looks at how thoughts affect feelings which in turn affect behavior. Colombia is able to use a variety of techniques in therapy, which allows her to find the most effective approach for her clients.
(403) 999-8316
Calgary, Alberta T2X 1M2
Carla Lines, Counselor  in Calgary
“I believe everyone seeks to have meaning, purpose and connection in their lives. It is when we struggle and experience difficulties that these important areas seem to become out of reach. My intention is to guide you towards overcoming difficulties that stand in the way of this pursuit. I would be honoured to support you on your journey to becoming your true self, your authentic self and someone who has hope and a vision for the future.
(403) 862-1928
Calgary, Alberta T2T 3S9
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
Calgary, Alberta T2R 1E7
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.
(403) 589-9424
Calgary, Alberta T2R 1K1
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.
(403) 800-8997
Calgary, Alberta T2R 1E8
Dayna Mullen, Psychologist  in Calgary
“I believe that we all need help from time to time to see ourselves and our relationships more clearly, and to develop new ways of living fuller, healthier lives. I work from an Attachment perspective with the goal of helping my clients connect with themselves and others, and to improve how they perceive and navigate life's challenges, transitions, and relationships. Our work together can help you develop new skills to create the life you want with yourself, to enhance your relationships, or worklife; and to move you toward feeling personal control over your life and mindset.
(403) 615-1120
Calgary, Alberta T2T 2Z2
Lauraine F. Laudel, Psychologist  in Calgary
“I am passionate about facilitating the well being of the whole person; mind, body and spirit. My specialty is counselling adolescents as well as the comprehensive, holistic assessment of ADD/ADHD for individuals of any age. Regardless of the current issue people may be facing; depression, anxiety, grief, divorce, they are often seeking greater peace, balance and joy in their lives. I work collaboratively with individuals, couples and families to achieve these goals by supporting the development of their unique tool kit, their touchstone. With this firmly in place, you are empowered to create the life you desire!
(403) 837-3434
Calgary, Alberta T2M 3N4
Lurline Raposo, Counselor  in Calgary
“Individuals will benefit from an accepting approach that focuses on moving in the direction of what is most important to them while developing strategies to cope more effectively with difficult thoughts, feelings and impulses. Play therapy is the preferred counselling method I use with children in order to match their natural modes of expression and level of development. For adolescents, play therapy offers creative and expressive approaches for counselling that teens often prefer to talking. Parents and couples can improve their closest and most important relationships through attachment-based strategies and effective tools that are provided to clients.
(403) 973-9371
Calgary, Alberta T2V 1K7
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.
(403) 266-0864
Calgary, Alberta T2N 1H9
Lakshmi Krishnan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Calgary
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“I work with adolescents, adults and families struggling with a range of mental health and relationship concerns. Work with children and adolescents will include work with the family unit. My specialty areas include eating disorders, addictions, trauma, depression, anxiety, couple and parenting issues.Besides the models of CBT, DBT, EFT and narrative therapy, my training includes Integrated Body focused Psychotherapy and Family Constellations.These models work with opening up the defensive blocks in our bodies and family systems that keep us from connecting with our authentic selves and the potential to make the most of our lives and relationships.
(403) 870-5257
Calgary, Alberta T2G 5S9
Natashya Sherbot-Stronach, Psychologist  in Calgary
“For Children, Adolescents, and Adults: A Psychoeducational Assessment is a comprehensive assessment designed to assist in diagnosing a learning disability/disorder, determining learning style, or identifying giftedness. Assessment information and appropriate planning may also reduce frustration in school and assist in developing to full potential. Every individual has a unique profile as well as strengths and by identifying these, it may assist in more opportunities for success.
(403) 604-8990
Calgary, Alberta T2T 0A4
Erica Bernard, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Calgary
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“You can feel stuck when facing difficulties. Start moving forward with counselling, it is one of the most constructive things you can do for yourself, your loved ones and your relationships when obstacles consistently seem too big to manage by yourself. Moving forward and growth is a lifelong process. I can help adults and children to deal with the challenges that create frustration, discomfort or pain. Like so many things in life, it requires effort to deal with difficulties. Relationships are intricately complex and our closest relationships often suffer the most as they reveal our sensitivities and personal challenges.
(403) 874-0176
Calgary, Alberta T3H 0N9
April C Byers, Psychologist  in Calgary
“Life can bring interesting challenges. Usually we can manage on our own, but sometimes having a trained professional to offer support and guidance helps to identify solutions and allows us to move forward. I am a registered psychologist trained in the areas of neuroscience, assessment, counselling, and community rehabilitation and disability studies. I later acquired training in school psychology and also have an in-depth background in neurological disease/injury, family mediation, conflict resolution, developmental/complex trauma, and mood disorders. I also provide therapy and/or education for parents, kids and extended family members who are experiencing separation and divorce.
(403) 702-2044
Calgary, Alberta T3B 2W9
Pan-Psychology, Psychologist  in Calgary
“Got Problems? I can help. PAN Psychological services specializes in working with people to overcome various personal and family problems including addictions (substances or behaviorual or gambling), mental health concerns, domestic violence, parenting difficulties, trust/communication issues, boundaries, divorce, grief/loss, work or family stress, and impact of major life transitions (chronic medical illness, re-marriage, launching, role differentiation) etc. I have worked with children, adolescents and adults in the hospital and community clinics as a family counsellor or mental health clinician for over 12 years in BC and Alberta. I am a registered psychologist with the College of Alberta Psychologists.
(403) 860-0868
Calgary, Alberta T3K 6C3
Willow Brocke, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Calgary
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BSW, MEd, (Psych)
“Calm, confidence and meaningful connection to others. These are the things we lose when anxiety, trauma, loss, depression, or negative relationships take hold of our lives. I have been honoured to support clients over the past 20 years to heal difficult experiences, restore their natural sense of basic goodness and to find satisfaction in their lives and relationships, both at home and work.
(403) 918-7520
Calgary, Alberta T2L 1R9
Colleen Elizabeth Clark, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Calgary
“Life brings us challenges to move through and facing our fears and past and current experiences is perhaps the biggest challenge of all. Colleen specializes in individual and couple work. Specialization and expertise in TRAUMA (PTSD); ANXIETY; DEPRESSION (childhood and recent events); adoption related issues; self-esteem; LOSS and GRIEF; death and dying; transitional life events we all face. TRAINED and is a TRAINER in ART EMDR; Prolonged Exposure; CBT. Clinical Supervisor in Social Work ACSW; Consultation; Workshops; Drumming Facilitator; Public Speaker; Visionary.
(403) 984-2620
Calgary, Alberta T3G 4E1
Franklin Singh, Psychologist  in Calgary
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychologist, MBMed, PsyD, PhD-Cou
“Prairie Neurohealth Clinic is a specialty clinic that provides comprehensive neuropsychological, neurobehavioral, and psychoeducational assessments, diagnosis, and treatment services to children, adolescents, and adults suffering with Acquired Brain Injury, ADHD, Learning Disorders, Autism, Aspergerís Syndrome, and other neurodevelopmental and neuropsychiatric disorders.
(403) 774-7485 x2
Calgary, Alberta T2E 1J8
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