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Therapists in Alberta (AB)

Willa Litvack, Psychologist  in Calgary
“We are all sometimes overwhelmed by stress or sadness, by relationship difficulties, by the need to change old patterns, or to address old issues and injuries that are affecting our present. We may find ourselves doubting or discounting our feelings, questioning our memories & perceptions &, or may have the sense that we are somehow different from or less than others. Painful those these thing are, they alert us that something must change. My role is to provide support, offer an expert perspective, help you achieve greater understanding, and make the changes you want in your situation and/or in yourself.
(403) 800-0759
Calgary, Alberta T2V 3K1
Ashley Spinney Clinical Therapy Services, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Slave Lake
“I believe I work well with many different clientele and find I am able to adapt to each persons individuality. If you feel that you have been struggling with anxiety, depression, identity issues, stress, etc, you may find my service helpful. I am an ally to the LGBT community, trained in many modalities of therapy, and I am willing to go the extra mile to learn something new for my clients.
(587) 400-3159
Slave Lake, Alberta T0G 2A3
April Clay, Psychologist  in Calgary
“I am a former competitive athlete and psychologist who enjoys helping kids, teens and adults to maximize their life quality and meet their goals through my counseling and consulting business. This may entail support overcoming an illness like depression or anxiety, navigating a difficult life experience like grief or assisting in uncovering and resolving blocks to work or sport performance. I am passionate about working with people who want to up their game- either in life or athletics. Help them discover and develop the skills they need to move forward.
(403) 283-5525
Calgary, Alberta T2N 3R5
Insight Psychological Inc., Psychologist  in Edmonton
“Cory's philosophy and approach to therapy is based on a client centered approach with a systemic and cognitive behavioural style allowing for good connection between the client and therapist while being active and focused on making effective change in the areas needed. The benefits of working with Cory include gaining from the many aspects of insight, leading to greater awareness and culminating in effective action through teaching, learning, hands on activities or homework. Working with Cory will be in a confidential, safe, caring atmosphere as he has a genuine interest in the health and happiness of those he sees.
(780) 800-2326
Edmonton, Alberta T6N 1H9
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.
(403) 472-2038
Calgary, Alberta T2N 2A1
Cheryl Placsko, Psychologist  in Calgary
“We all experience challenges that we cannot handle alone. Cheryl is a Registered Psychologist who is skilled at working with children, adolescents, and adults.
(403) 701-4148
Calgary, Alberta T3H 4H9
Rozanna Wyatt, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Edmonton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW, BSW, BA, CCP
“Rozanna Wyatt has extensive experience working with adolescents, adults, and families in both forensic and mental health settings. Rozanna uses an integrative approach to her assessment and treatment of clients, utilizing a variety of treatment modalities such as cognitive behavioral, multi-systemic, brief-solution focused, and attachment based modalities. She believes that each client has the strength and capacity to facilitate their desired change within their life. Rozanna has a professional yet relaxed approach with clients, which combined with her genuine and caring demeanor allows clients to feel comfortable and at ease when engaging in therapy.
(587) 337-5220
Edmonton, Alberta T5N 1S9
Tammy Sheppard, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Edmonton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BA, MSW, RSW
“Life can be difficult! These can be problems of depression, anxiety, and life transition issues. They might include grief and loss, marital and family issues, panic attacks, excess worry and many other concerns.
(780) 920-9449
Edmonton, Alberta T5N 4A3
Susann Von Meijenfeldt,   in Edmonton
“We all long to live and express who we truly are and we know intuitively that our essential nature is loving and kind, peaceful and joyful, creative and connected but most of us are conditioned with limiting beliefs and negative inner voices that stand in the way of living our true values. Habitual ways of thinking and feeling - "living on autopilot" - prevent us from being fully alive and open to NOW. Mindfulness and including the wisdom of the body help us identify where our conditioned minds have taken over and lets us see the invisible strings that govern our actions.
(780) 914-6399
Edmonton, Alberta T6E 1T4
Valérie Grenier, Psychologist  in Beaumont
“Everybody experiences difficulties at some point in their life, whether it is from an event that has recently occurred or that had been present for years. I consider counselling as an opportunity for people to address those difficulties and to tap into their inner strength and wisdom. My role is to build a safe, respectful, and trusting relationship which is the foundation for growth and change. Thus, I continually strive to create a supportive and non-judgmental environment where clients can feel validated.
(780) 980-3747
Beaumont, Alberta T4X 0H5
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.
(403) 800-8975
Calgary, Alberta T2N 1J7
Ian K Mackenzie, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Edmonton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“I am a therapist in private practice that has a passion for helping families experiencing conflict caused by issues that are impeding a family's ability to connect emotionally with each other. I am a Clinical Social Worker and Family Therapist, who received my MSW from McGill University in 1985; I received my Clinical Social Worker designation from the ACSW in 1986. I was awarded the Social Worker of Distinction in 2005 by the Alberta College of Social Workers and have practiced in Mental Health Services and Family Service settings as well as 24 years in Private
(780) 431-1698 x27
Edmonton, Alberta T6G 1E7
Laura Hauk, Psychologist  in Calgary
“I offer psycho-educational, behavioural, and social-emotional 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.
(403) 831-8449
Calgary, Alberta T2X 1M2
Sig Taylor, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Calgary
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RMFT
“The divorce rate in Canada is over 40% - IT DOESN'T HAVE TO BE THAT WAY! Most people simply haven't learned the necessary skills and awareness needed for successful relationships. After all, where do we learn relationships skills? From our parents of course. But most of us don't want relationships like our parents. For many couples, the "divorce solution" inevitably becomes the NEXT BIGGER PROBLEM. Instead of divorcing or enduring an unhappy relationship, do something to make it better. The fact is MOST DIVORCES ARE UNNECESSARY. Good couples counselling and therapy can help turn things around for the better.
(403) 800-0776
Calgary, Alberta T2R 1E8
Michelle Neustaedter, Counselor  in Airdrie
“Do you desire lasting change? Relief from stress, anxiety, or depression? It is my goal to equip, empower, and inspire you. Our work together will energize, rejuvenate, and enhance your life: No matter what issues you are facing. I have advanced training in working with Children and Parents,Eating Disorders,Loss and Grief,Suicide Prevention,Family Violence,Dealing with Depression and Anxiety,Addictions, Working with Couples,and Effective Co-Parenting, and much more. I work with Individuals, Couples, and Families; Adults, Adolescents, and Children.
(403) 800-1186
Airdrie, Alberta T4B 3C1
Gary J Meiers, Psychologist  in Edmonton
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychologist, PhD, RPsych, LMFT
“In my practice I see a wide range of clients: adults, teens, children, adults who have experienced developmental traumas [sexual, physical & emotional abuse] (often in the context of their own dysfunctional family of origin), clients with PTSD, couples who are seeking to strengthen their relationship, families looking for new ways to resolve old problems, and individuals who keep repeating the past. Depending on the presenting problem and a client's history, I often integrate EMDR Therapy and Gestalt Therapy and/or Structural Family Therapy.
(780) 433-2269
Edmonton, Alberta T6E 2J9
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.
(780) 221-5721
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
Betty Stevens-Guille, Psychologist  in Edmonton
“I feel that I am a warm authentic person who creates a healing environment by establishing a professional and caring connection with those who choose to work with me. I take care to liaise with other professionals in order to fully benefit my clients. I believe that each person is unique and deserves individual treatment based on research and current knowledge in my field.
(780) 800-2335
Edmonton, Alberta T5R 4E5
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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).

How to find a specialist?
If you're looking for specialist counseling in Alberta, such as a child psychologist or sex therapist, try to refine your search with our left nav bar.

What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.