Psychologist
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"PsyVitalitï is the go-to resource for quality in-person and online therapy and coaching services in Alberta."
Self-Harming
(855) 339-5548
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Self-Harming
"PsyVitalitï is the go-to resource for quality in-person and online therapy and coaching services in Alberta."
North Land Family Counselling Group, Psychologist
Psychologist, MEd
Verified by Psychology Today
"North Land Family Counselling Group is a group of independent practitioners who offer a range of counselling and psychological services including individual, family, and group counselling. Psycho-educational assessments are also provided to help individuals gain insight into their learning so appropriate supports can be put into place. Our team of professionals includes Registered Psychologists and Clinical Social Workers who utilise our expertise and compassion to offer the appropriate guidance and support to those experiencing challenges in their lives."
Self-Harming
(780) 666-3435
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Self-Harming
"North Land Family Counselling Group is a group of independent practitioners who offer a range of counselling and psychological services including individual, family, and group counselling. Psycho-educational assessments are also provided to help individuals gain insight into their learning so appropriate supports can be put into place. Our team of professionals includes Registered Psychologists and Clinical Social Workers who utilise our expertise and compassion to offer the appropriate guidance and support to those experiencing challenges in their lives."
Corinne Frechette, Psychologist
Psychologist, BA, MA, RPsych
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe the quality of the therapeutic relationship is crucial to the effectiveness of psychotherapy. My goal as therapist is to establish a relationship with my client that will allow me to effectively understand them in a nonjudgmental way and challenge them to grow and gain new perspective. I seek to be emotionally present, authentic, respectful, open, honest, and deeply empathic. In building on my client's existing inner strengths, they are empowered to seek and make the changes needed to live full and satisfying lives."
Self-Harming
(866) 376-1322
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Self-Harming
"I believe the quality of the therapeutic relationship is crucial to the effectiveness of psychotherapy. My goal as therapist is to establish a relationship with my client that will allow me to effectively understand them in a nonjudgmental way and challenge them to grow and gain new perspective. I seek to be emotionally present, authentic, respectful, open, honest, and deeply empathic. In building on my client's existing inner strengths, they are empowered to seek and make the changes needed to live full and satisfying lives."
Angie Allan, Psychologist
Psychologist, M.Ed.
Verified by Psychology Today
"People often seek out therapy to work on their problems when really, it's their solutions that are no longer working. Does this sound familiar? As a skilled therapist, I will partner with you to clarify what is important and help you design creative, meaningful and lasting change in your life. In our work together, you will notice that I am very encouraging, and I will challenge you when you look like you could use it. Together we will create a space where you can bravely experience the sometimes-uncomfortable feelings that come with personal growth."
Self-Harming
(587) 318-4238
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Self-Harming
"People often seek out therapy to work on their problems when really, it's their solutions that are no longer working. Does this sound familiar? As a skilled therapist, I will partner with you to clarify what is important and help you design creative, meaningful and lasting change in your life. In our work together, you will notice that I am very encouraging, and I will challenge you when you look like you could use it. Together we will create a space where you can bravely experience the sometimes-uncomfortable feelings that come with personal growth."
Paul Bianchini, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Challenges in life are inevitable, but there are many choices in how to face them. Paul Bianchini is a counseling psychologist working in the Edmonton area and provides psychotherapy services for people struggling with anxiety, depression, adjustment issues, relationships, marriage issues, occupational stress, crisis intervention, trauma, grief and loss, body image issues, self-esteem, health psychology, and addiction issues. Call 780-757-5535 - Prairie Owl Psychology and Counselling for a prompt and professional response."
Self-Harming
(866) 833-4011
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Self-Harming
"Challenges in life are inevitable, but there are many choices in how to face them. Paul Bianchini is a counseling psychologist working in the Edmonton area and provides psychotherapy services for people struggling with anxiety, depression, adjustment issues, relationships, marriage issues, occupational stress, crisis intervention, trauma, grief and loss, body image issues, self-esteem, health psychology, and addiction issues. Call 780-757-5535 - Prairie Owl Psychology and Counselling for a prompt and professional response."
Inner Compass Counselling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you facing an issue that feels "too big"? Do you often find yourself exhausted or overwhelmed? Are you feeling powerless and lacking control over yourself, your relationships, and your life?"
Self-Harming
(587) 907-5700
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Self-Harming
"Are you facing an issue that feels "too big"? Do you often find yourself exhausted or overwhelmed? Are you feeling powerless and lacking control over yourself, your relationships, and your life?"
Clare Acheson, Psychologist
Psychologist, MC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a registered provisional psychologist with a diverse range of counselling experience. My approach is gentle, yet effective. It’s grounded in evidence based practises, including cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), eye-movement desensitisation and reprocessing (EMDR), and solution focused therapy (SFT). Most of my work is individual counselling with adults, but I also counsel children, adolescents, families, couples, partners, and groups. My clients have successfully addressed concerns including: trauma, anxiety, depression, abuse, substance use, self-harm, discrimination, transitioning, communication and relationship concerns."
Self-Harming
(587) 507-8651
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Self-Harming
"I am a registered provisional psychologist with a diverse range of counselling experience. My approach is gentle, yet effective. It’s grounded in evidence based practises, including cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), eye-movement desensitisation and reprocessing (EMDR), and solution focused therapy (SFT). Most of my work is individual counselling with adults, but I also counsel children, adolescents, families, couples, partners, and groups. My clients have successfully addressed concerns including: trauma, anxiety, depression, abuse, substance use, self-harm, discrimination, transitioning, communication and relationship concerns."
Heather Mackay, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I use a developmental-attachment lens to understand a person of any age in the context of their self development and the important people in their life. Whether it's a child, youth or adult, I know that we all struggle between the expectations of others and connecting into our own desire for balance within our self-- emotionally, mentally, physically and spiritually. Connecting back into our self is the first step in being able to express our feelings and needs more clearly and cultivating positive relationships with those we love."
Self-Harming
(866) 684-0506
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Self-Harming
"I use a developmental-attachment lens to understand a person of any age in the context of their self development and the important people in their life. Whether it's a child, youth or adult, I know that we all struggle between the expectations of others and connecting into our own desire for balance within our self-- emotionally, mentally, physically and spiritually. Connecting back into our self is the first step in being able to express our feelings and needs more clearly and cultivating positive relationships with those we love."
Brittany Meredith, Psychologist
Psychologist, R.Psych, MC
Verified by Psychology Today
"If you are looking to overcome past traumas or adverse experiences; to manage symptoms related to post-traumatic stress, bipolar disorders, or body-focused repetitive behaviours, I believe my training and experience can help. We all have the strengths needed to overcome experiences in our lives, and change our beliefs, and as a Registered Psychologist, I feel that I can help you access those strengths. "
Self-Harming
(587) 842-5128
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Self-Harming
"If you are looking to overcome past traumas or adverse experiences; to manage symptoms related to post-traumatic stress, bipolar disorders, or body-focused repetitive behaviours, I believe my training and experience can help. We all have the strengths needed to overcome experiences in our lives, and change our beliefs, and as a Registered Psychologist, I feel that I can help you access those strengths. "
Erin McDougall, Psychologist
Psychologist, MC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I offer a variety of counselling services which are tailored to the unique needs of each individual client. All sessions are based on a foundation of respect and acceptance. I strive to offer a safe and supportive environment for all of my clients. I am a registered psychologist in the province of Alberta."
Self-Harming
(866) 713-4594
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Self-Harming
"I offer a variety of counselling services which are tailored to the unique needs of each individual client. All sessions are based on a foundation of respect and acceptance. I strive to offer a safe and supportive environment for all of my clients. I am a registered psychologist in the province of Alberta."
Jane Wiley, Psychologist
Psychologist, MEd, CHT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work with children, teens, adults and couples facing life transitions, coping problems or mental health concerns. Depression and anxiety is very common, but I also work with loss, health concerns and family problems.Therapy is about change, but it is not about changing who we are. The person we are meant to be has been here all along. Sometimes we need help to reconnect. I work with my clients to explore patterns of behavior and thought that can keep us in small and narrow places, and to reconnect to our wiser, balanced and more joyful self."
Self-Harming
(587) 521-3601
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Self-Harming
"I work with children, teens, adults and couples facing life transitions, coping problems or mental health concerns. Depression and anxiety is very common, but I also work with loss, health concerns and family problems.Therapy is about change, but it is not about changing who we are. The person we are meant to be has been here all along. Sometimes we need help to reconnect. I work with my clients to explore patterns of behavior and thought that can keep us in small and narrow places, and to reconnect to our wiser, balanced and more joyful self."
Thomas Changarathil, Psychologist
Psychologist, MA, R, Psych, AB
Verified by Psychology Today
"Changes in one's life can result in many possibilities that can be overwhelming for some, and exciting for others.To manage the changes that occur in our life, we create our own personal safety net as a means for protection and safety from the potential dangers that can be brought on from change.However, an over reliance on these personal safety nets may lead to feeling like being imprisoned and trapped inside one's shell. This could eventually result in feelings of depression and anxiety."
Self-Harming
(866) 816-5597
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Self-Harming
"Changes in one's life can result in many possibilities that can be overwhelming for some, and exciting for others.To manage the changes that occur in our life, we create our own personal safety net as a means for protection and safety from the potential dangers that can be brought on from change.However, an over reliance on these personal safety nets may lead to feeling like being imprisoned and trapped inside one's shell. This could eventually result in feelings of depression and anxiety."
John Bossio, Psychologist
Psychologist, MA , RPsych
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have over 20 years experience offering treatment to individuals, couples and families seeking support to improve life areas and wanting to experience an increase in life satisfaction. My experience and training have enabled me to provide effective strategies to help facilitate positive change and growth."
Self-Harming
(587) 848-8323
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Self-Harming
"I have over 20 years experience offering treatment to individuals, couples and families seeking support to improve life areas and wanting to experience an increase in life satisfaction. My experience and training have enabled me to provide effective strategies to help facilitate positive change and growth."
Amy Thompson, Psychologist
Psychologist, MSc
Verified by Psychology Today
"People tend to walk through life without slowing down enough to reflect on their lives and the decisions that they have made. Often people put one foot in front of the other and later realize that they are truly unhappy with how life has been going.Through therapy we will spend time finding out the root cause of what challenges are preventing true happiness. This process will help you understand how your challenges originated and help you learn to construct a new foundation."
Self-Harming
(855) 284-8180
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Self-Harming
"People tend to walk through life without slowing down enough to reflect on their lives and the decisions that they have made. Often people put one foot in front of the other and later realize that they are truly unhappy with how life has been going.Through therapy we will spend time finding out the root cause of what challenges are preventing true happiness. This process will help you understand how your challenges originated and help you learn to construct a new foundation."
Meredith Evans, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD, RPsych
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Edmonton, Alberta T6C
"I am a Registered Clinical Psychologist and I provide treatment for individuals with a wide-range of mental health struggles. I primarily use a cognitive-behavioral approach to address such issues as trauma, PTSD, depression, anxiety and return-to-work issues. I put an emphasis on using evidence-based practice to address symptoms while also honouring individual characteristics, contexts and strivings."
Self-Harming
(855) 777-6385
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Office is near:
Edmonton, Alberta T6C
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Self-Harming
"I am a Registered Clinical Psychologist and I provide treatment for individuals with a wide-range of mental health struggles. I primarily use a cognitive-behavioral approach to address such issues as trauma, PTSD, depression, anxiety and return-to-work issues. I put an emphasis on using evidence-based practice to address symptoms while also honouring individual characteristics, contexts and strivings."
Light's Hope Counselling & Wellness, Counsellor
Counsellor, MPCC, RPC, QCS, ACS
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Edmonton, Alberta T6C
"I look forward to meeting with you & exploring the challenges you face today along with the supports & strengths you have developed. My aim is to create a hope-filled therapeutic environment; one of understanding & acceptance. In our work together we will explore the "enduring vulnerabilities" (unfinished business) that may be affecting your personal well-being & your emotional/relational health. I believe in nourishing the whole person: Body-Soul-Spirit (Mind-Will-Emotions) & I would be honored to work with you on your journey towards freedom. Chaz Wiebe, MPCC, RPC, Counselling Therapist, Master Practitioner in Clinical Counselling, & Registered Professional Counsellor"
Self-Harming
(855) 661-1008
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Office is near:
Edmonton, Alberta T6C
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Self-Harming
"I look forward to meeting with you & exploring the challenges you face today along with the supports & strengths you have developed. My aim is to create a hope-filled therapeutic environment; one of understanding & acceptance. In our work together we will explore the "enduring vulnerabilities" (unfinished business) that may be affecting your personal well-being & your emotional/relational health. I believe in nourishing the whole person: Body-Soul-Spirit (Mind-Will-Emotions) & I would be honored to work with you on your journey towards freedom. Chaz Wiebe, MPCC, RPC, Counselling Therapist, Master Practitioner in Clinical Counselling, & Registered Professional Counsellor"
Carly Bruce, Psychologist
Psychologist, MC, B.Ed
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Edmonton, Alberta T6C
"Are you looking to move beyond what's plaguing you and walk in freedom and peace? Would you like to gain tools and techniques to be able to conquer your presenting issues? I believe that with insight, clarity, and acceptance, you can learn better self-awareness and take steps towards healing. I provide a safe environment for you to look at unhelpful thoughts and beliefs, losses, and take actions that can help lead you towards healing and feeling lighter. "
Self-Harming
(855) 515-1072
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Office is near:
Edmonton, Alberta T6C
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Self-Harming
"Are you looking to move beyond what's plaguing you and walk in freedom and peace? Would you like to gain tools and techniques to be able to conquer your presenting issues? I believe that with insight, clarity, and acceptance, you can learn better self-awareness and take steps towards healing. I provide a safe environment for you to look at unhelpful thoughts and beliefs, losses, and take actions that can help lead you towards healing and feeling lighter. "
Peter Gregg, Psychologist
Psychologist, BA, MACP
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Edmonton, Alberta T6C
"Hello! My person-centered approach influences the therapy I offer clients, allowing the opportunity for emotional processing and self-exploration and growth in a non-judgmental atmosphere. My practice includes therapy for adults of all ages and genders, adolescents, individuals, couples and families. My clinical expertise is in treating clients who are living with a variety of issues such as depression, self-harm, grief and loss, abuse and trauma, stress, self-esteem concerns, and interpersonal struggles, relationship, marriage and family difficulties, LGBTQ+ and sexuality, addictions and substance abuse, and personality and mood disorders (i.e. bi-polar disorder), and anxiety."
Self-Harming
(587) 600-3085
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Office is near:
Edmonton, Alberta T6C
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Self-Harming
"Hello! My person-centered approach influences the therapy I offer clients, allowing the opportunity for emotional processing and self-exploration and growth in a non-judgmental atmosphere. My practice includes therapy for adults of all ages and genders, adolescents, individuals, couples and families. My clinical expertise is in treating clients who are living with a variety of issues such as depression, self-harm, grief and loss, abuse and trauma, stress, self-esteem concerns, and interpersonal struggles, relationship, marriage and family difficulties, LGBTQ+ and sexuality, addictions and substance abuse, and personality and mood disorders (i.e. bi-polar disorder), and anxiety."
Jim D Chalmers, Psychologist
Psychologist, M.A., R.Psych
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Edmonton, Alberta T6C
"I believe people experience psychological/emotional suffering because they are not able to relate deeply enough to certain aspects of themselves. This disconnection causes "symptoms" and pain. Depression and anxiety are the most common, but they can further develop into problems with identity, addictions, anger, suicidal feelings, despair, problems in relationships, personality disorders etc. To relieve suffering and to further ones personal development, a deeper connection with self is needed. The clients I usually work with are people who feel thwarted in their attempts to be happy, have satisfying relationships, achieve success."
Self-Harming
(587) 802-0652
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Office is near:
Edmonton, Alberta T6C
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Self-Harming
"I believe people experience psychological/emotional suffering because they are not able to relate deeply enough to certain aspects of themselves. This disconnection causes "symptoms" and pain. Depression and anxiety are the most common, but they can further develop into problems with identity, addictions, anger, suicidal feelings, despair, problems in relationships, personality disorders etc. To relieve suffering and to further ones personal development, a deeper connection with self is needed. The clients I usually work with are people who feel thwarted in their attempts to be happy, have satisfying relationships, achieve success."
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Kirsten Kachuk, Psychologist
Psychologist, MSc, MFT, RPsych
Verified by Psychology Today
"NOTE: I am on maternity leave beginning November 21, 2018 and my projected return to work is January 2020. I will not be accepting clients until then. Love and Light in the interim for you. Hope is looking forward with both confidence and unsuredness to something good. When we hope, we anticipate that what we want to happen can indeed happen. I want to walk in hope with you that the future can somehow be better, no matter what its present condition. I use an integrative approach rooted in narrative therapy, emotion focused family therapy, solution focused therapy and attachment theory to find new meaning and change for my clients. "
(587) 316-8170 x102
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"NOTE: I am on maternity leave beginning November 21, 2018 and my projected return to work is January 2020. I will not be accepting clients until then. Love and Light in the interim for you. Hope is looking forward with both confidence and unsuredness to something good. When we hope, we anticipate that what we want to happen can indeed happen. I want to walk in hope with you that the future can somehow be better, no matter what its present condition. I use an integrative approach rooted in narrative therapy, emotion focused family therapy, solution focused therapy and attachment theory to find new meaning and change for my clients. "

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Self-harm (SH) or deliberate self-harm (DSH) is the deliberate infliction of damage to your own body. It includes cutting, burning, scratching, banging or hitting yourself, interfering with wound healing, and the ingestion of toxic substances or objects. While self injury (SI) can look like suicide, it's not; most people who mutilate themselves do it as a way to regulate mood. People who hurt themselves in this way may be motivated by a need to distract themselves from inner turmoil, or to quickly release anxiety that builds due to an inability to express intense emotions.

If you're looking for help with self-harming in T6C or for someone who self harms, or cuts themselves, or bangs or hits themselves, these T6C counsellors provide counselling for self harming in T6C. They include counsellors, who understand self harming in T6C, psychologists, and therapists. They can provide self harming counselling in T6C or treatment for self harming.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in T6C are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counsellor in T6C you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counselling or couples counselling in T6C and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counselling in T6C or family therapy in T6C.