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for Counsellors in Calgary, Alberta including Therapists, Counselors & Psychologists

If you're looking for a therapist in the Calgary area, TherapyTribe's community of mental health professionals is your ideal place to look. Using this directory, you'll have the opportunity to search for healthcare providers with a therapeutic background to suit your needs. We aspire to grant all individuals with the right information and professional resources needed to aid in their search for the right psychotherapeutic services.

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Dr. Norm Wellington, Ph.D.,RFM,RPCA, Psychologist

Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield spent years training never knowing if he would ever fly in space. Yet he saw space fight as a bonus, not an entitlement. I think Chris' attitude (a way of living) also describes the work clients and I do. It's the steps along the way which make all the difference.

0.48 miles from
T2P 3C4

Suite #003, 601 - 10th Avenue S.W., Kipling Square Calgary, Alberta T2R 0B2

t: 403-233-7457

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Maria R Schmid, B.A., M.Ed, R.Psych, Psychologist

Maria engages clients in objective, safe and supportive conversations about the isolating issues we face. She is passionate and committed to the health and wholeness of individuals, couples and families and can integrate a Christian perspective. Evening and weekend appointments are available.

0.86 miles from
T2P 3C4

451 Marsh Road NE Calgary, Alberta T2E 5B2

t: 403-801-4839

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Monsma Counselling

Addiction impacts individuals and families from all walks of life. My practice is dedicated to supporting individuals and families who are suffering from drug, alcohol gambling, food and sex addiction to find positive long term solutions that will change their lives.

0.88 miles from
T2P 3C4

#405 1333 8th Street S.W. Calgary, Alberta T2R 1M6

t: 403290-1805

f: 403237-6926

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Mary-Jean Malyszka, MA, RPsych(prov), CCC, DAACS, CSAT(candidate), Psychologist

Change, conflict and struggle are normal parts of life. It is in times of stuckness however or when life is longer serving us in its current form, we look to find a way through it. I help people stop the pain and frustration, create more loving relationships, and feel joy and aliveness once again.

1.13 miles from
T2P 3C4

1407 10 Street SW., Calgary, Alberta T2R 1E7

t: 403-305-9083

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Dee Dee Kay, MA, CCC, R.Psych, RPT, Certified EMDR Therapist, Psychologist

"Everyone is on a journey. Sometimes those journeys can be challenging. I provide supportive, genuine, empathetic counselling and ensure that you will not have to be on your journey alone. I believe that every individual has the strength to work towards a happy, healthy and balanced life.

1.38 miles from
T2P 3C4

#226 222 16th Ave NE Calgary, Alberta T2E 1J8

t: 403 460 0018

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Calgary Counselling Solutions

Calgary Counselling Solutions is a collective of highly skilled therapists providing quality, experience, comprehensive services, liaison and consultation. We offer inclusive service that celebrates diversity and ensures a great match between the skills of the therapist and the needs of the client.

1.45 miles from
T2P 3C4

Suite 405 609 14 St. NW Calgary, Alberta T2N 2A1

t: 403-351-0930

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Lynne Goertzen, Registered Psychologist, Psychologist

I am a Registered Psychologist with extensive human services experience in not-for-profit, government, and private agencies and organizations. I support families, adolescents, and adults in resolving concerns, pursuing goals, improving interpersonal relationships, and enhancing quality of life.

2.01 miles from
T2P 3C4

Suite 105, 2003 - 14 Street N.W. Calgary, Alberta T2M 3N4

t: 403-630-7595

w: www.lynne-goertzen-counselling.com

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Dr. Dan McKinnon, BA, MA, Ph.D. (Education), Therapist

I offer decades of relevant experience and expertise to clients who are in the midst of a life changing transition and/or existential dilemma. My approach entails creating a safe, open, engaging relational space and using strategic questions to probe and coax the client to useful change and insight.

2.11 miles from
T2P 3C4

2804 16 Street S.W. Calgary, Alberta T2T 4G4

t: 1-403-371-5323

w: Calgary Psychology/Psychologist

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Joanna Jewell, M.A., R. Psych., CSAT, Psychologist

My goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. By applying complementary therapy approaches and techniques, we will unearth long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more meaningful life.

2.89 miles from
T2P 3C4

#620 One Executive Place 1816 Crowchild Tr. N.W. Calgary, Alberta T2M 3Y7

t: 403-397-9925

f: 403-247-1425

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Pam Luckhurst, M Ed, MSW, R Psych, Therapist

I am results driven and aim for effective, efficient resolution of client concerns. Through strong alliance with my clients I am able to help them recognize their inherent strengths, which I believe is key to their resuming personal competency and relationship satisfaction.

3.31 miles from
T2P 3C4

#506 5920 1A Street SW Calgary, Alberta T2H 0G3

t: 403 253 8131

w: www.martinluckhurstpsychologists.com

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As of July 2013, Calgary's population hit 1.15 million people, creating a need for more healthcare resources. The city is home to myriad healthcare professionals, and it gives great precedence to the mental health sector with approximately 66 mental health facilities. Mental ailments affect Albertan residents, such as those living in Calgary, more than physical ailments. The most prominent ailments that affect these individuals are depression and anxiety. Depression is a debilitating ailment that affects several individuals, including the working class and the elderly. Untreated depression in Calgary has led to an increase in suicides and suicide attempts within the spoken demographic.

Not all individuals affected by mental health issues are of the working age. A study in Calgary of 971 upper level high school students showed that the adolescent demographic could also fall prey to the ills of anxiety and depression. The study further shows that individuals who may have anxiety issues should be given the opportunity to intertwine their educational prowess with mental health counseling to create a balance.

Within this balance, the student may receive the assistance they need for their condition while maintaining appropriate marks within their classes. Anxiety is a condition that affects individuals ability to concentrate, think rationally, and can cause severe stress to major organs. Having the ability to find assistance and guidance can be the defining factor between allowing it to grow into something far greater and curbing it on the spot.

Neither anxiety nor depression are limited to specific demographics. Both can affect anyone who presents the signs and symptoms, has socioeconomic stressors, the biological markers, and appropriate personality traits. While many Calgary residents are affected by these ailments, the stigma associated with them prevents individuals from receiving the quality care they need.

Approximately 75 percent of Albertans who have knowledge of these ailments refuse to see a professional because of the negativity associated with them. However, allowing one to participate in psychotherapeutic sessions may save their life and should be pursued if there are signs of depression, anxiety, or any other illness. Once the decision has been made, individuals can turn to various resources to help give them the steps needed for successful treatment.

Calgary, like most of Canada, has several ways that individuals can pay for the sessions without having to worry about the lasting effects on their finances. Programs such as AHCIP will help Calgary residents pay for several different procedures and sessions, including mental health visits and counseling sessions.

While anxiety and depression may seem like they are hopeless, while there may be undeserved negative stigma attached to receiving help, and while socioeconomic factors may come into play, individuals should remember that there are ways to escape the ills of mental stress within the Calgary Zone and those ways are just within reach. There are still several chances for residents within Calgary to get the psychotherapeutic sessions or counseling necessary.