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Amanda Jahraus, MC, RPsych
Psychotherapist

Amanda Jahraus, MC, RPsych

Registered Psychologist

1716-16 Ave NW, Calgary , Alberta T2M 0L7 | 403-605-7394

Counselling is a safe, gentle, and supportive space where you can explore healing and growth. There are many ways to approach counselling and I can work with you to explore what might be a good fit for you. My hope is that counselling is a space where you feel heard, learn new skills, improve wellbeing, and/or where you can find authentic and meaningful ways to move forward in your life. I can provide counselling using a variety of emotional, cognitive, somatic, and behavioural approaches.

Murray Molohon, M.A. Registered Psychologist
Psychotherapist

Murray Molohon, M.A. Registered Psychologist

Registered Psychologist: Counselling Services of Calgary

209, 317-37 Ave N, Calgary, Alberta T2E 6P6 | 403 244-0244

In the psychotherapy counselling time, a space will be provided to discuss all your concerns. Commonly discussed will be a number of past situations and current difficulties. People often feel less upset or hurt after the sessions. They may also view themselves and others in a more positive light and have a variety of skills for difficult situations that they previously did not have. People often benefit from having a private and confidential place to talk about many difficult and hurtful situations.

Tanya Hutchinson, B.Sc., M.Sc.
Psychotherapist

Tanya Hutchinson, B.Sc., M.Sc.

Registered Psychologist

115 1 Street S.W., Calgary , Alberta T2P 0B3 | 403-266-2017

I embody a person-centered approach in which I provide my clients with a safe, nonjudgmental, and confidential space to explore and resolve their struggles. My work is based on a foundation of collaboration and trust as I believe that each client is the expert of themselves and my role is to assist, teach, and empower you to create and implement solutions and that these skills will persist long after the termination of therapy.

Maureen Theberge, MACP
Psychotherapist

Maureen Theberge, MACP

Registered Psychologist

600 Crowfoot Crescent NW Suite 340 , Calgary, Alberta T3G 0B4 | 587-216-1818

Most of us at one time or another will suffer from some form of emotional or psychological distress. Our feelings are a result of the complex interaction of our upbringing, our experiences, our relationships, our behaviours, and the way we think about things. Psychotherapy allows us to change our feelings by changing the way we think and behave. It can help you with communication to improve your relationships and make your life more joyful. I use cognitive behaviour therapy, mindfulness, and other approaches to help you change old habits and ways of thinking in order to help alleviate your emotional suffering.

Sig Taylor, MSW, RSW, RMFT
Psychotherapist

Sig Taylor, MSW, RSW, RMFT

Social Worker - Marriage & Family Therapist

1235 - 17th Ave. S.W., Suite 305, Calgary, Alberta T2T 0C2 | 403-237-7501

Life is difficult for all of us and it's often a trap when we focus on "just being happy." The truth is we've evolved for survival, NOT HAPPINESS. Happiness is a by-product of living a meaningful and fulfilling life. How do we do that? By living in alignment with our values, that is, what matters to us and what we really are about. It's been said that we're either living for our resume or for our eulogy. My therapy is called ACT - a dynamic new approach based on mindfulness, acceptance and committed action. Check it out here - http://www.amazon.ca/Happiness-Trap-Struggling-Start-Living/dp/1590305841/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1453052421&sr=1-1&keywords=the+happiness+trap

Carl Malmsten, CouplesWork Senior Therapist
Psychotherapist

Carl Malmsten, CouplesWork Senior Therapist

CouplesWork Senior Therapist

#208 478 Bernard Ave, Kelowna, V1Y 6N7 | 2508706507

Individual emotional, behaviours and social issues can both result from distress in relationships and precipitate distress. Support in addressing individual problems can have a signifiacant positive impact on overall relationship functioning. The fact that relationships are one of our primary coping mechanisms multiplies the potential distress when individual problems are present as it impacts the very mechanisms we use to cope.

Gerard Alberts, M.Ed., R.Psych., CCLC
Psychotherapist

Gerard Alberts, M.Ed., R.Psych., CCLC

Registered Psychologist

#318 Mayfair Place, 6707 Elbow Drive SW, Calgary, Alberta T2V 0E4 | 403-254-8400

Gerard has diverse experience as a psychologist and leader in social services, schools, university, workplaces, and his private practice. Using a theoretical foundation of social learning and cognitive-behavioural training, he is well-versed in various kinds of formal and informal assessment and solution-focussed approaches. He listens carefully to understand your needs and relies on his extensive experience to help you find solutions.

Lindsay Kennedy, MC, R. Psych.
Psychotherapist

Lindsay Kennedy, MC, R. Psych.

Registered Psychologist

4816 1 Street SW, Calgary, Alberta T2G 0A2 | 403-890-8399

Investing in psychotherapy, counselling, or therapy is an important and life-affirming decision that prioritizes your own mental health and wellbeing. Psychotherapy, counselling, and therapy can provide a space for you to deepen your awareness of your own experience, to discuss aspects of your life that may be challenging or difficult, and to explore options for navigating the ups and downs of life. Our days can be full and psychotherapy, counselling, and therapy can provide the space to examine what is and is not serving you in your life.

Cory Hrushka, Ph.d., C.S. D.S.T. NCPC, NCCE,
Psychotherapist

Cory Hrushka, Ph.d., C.S. D.S.T. NCPC, NCCE,

Insight Psychological, Ph.D's, Registered Psychologists, Registered Provisional Psychologists, Canadian Certified Counsellors, AASECT Certified Sex Therapists, Therapists

#703, 7015 Macleod Tr. S, Calgary, Alberta T2H 2K6 | 403 252 1716

Psychotherapy is a process of gaining an awareness of one's issues which leads to improving the understanding of one's issues. Following this, the process of psychotherapy is to follow through with some form of therapeutic action to either improve the awareness, increase one's understanding or resolve the issues that one originally came in to psychotherapy for.

Jeff Sturgeon, BSc.,MSW,RSW
Psychotherapist

Jeff Sturgeon, BSc.,MSW,RSW

Psychotherapist

Suite 300, 1210 8 Street SW, Calgary, Alberta T2R 1L3 | 4036687561 Ext 102

My approach to psychotherapy is to work with clients to increase their day to day presence and overall satisfaction in life. My goal is to help individuals make positive changes and move past the barriers that may be creating distress in their lives. It is practice approach to have clients understand their circumstances and find new ways of coping from within.

Lucy Pascal, MSW, RSW
Psychotherapist

Lucy Pascal, MSW, RSW

Registered Clinical Social Worker

#205 259 Midpark Way SE, Calgary, Alberta T2X 1M2 | 403-467-7252

The motivations for individuals seeking out psychotherapy are as varied and unique as people themselves. Some engage in psychotherapy to explore challenging experiences or situations which they’d like to talk about in a safe and confidential setting. These might include issues such as loss and grief, relationship issues, separation, or other major life transitions, or experiences from the past. Others ask for help in how to change and or deal with certain emotional or behavioral traits. Some people seek Talk Therapy to help them explore a general feelings that their lives are not quite right, or to cope with feelings of depression, while others look to Talk Therapy as part of their efforts to discover or create meaning in their lives. Individuals are often...(view profile to read more)

Lynne Goertzen, MA, CSAT, CMAT, RRT
Psychotherapist

Lynne Goertzen, MA, CSAT, CMAT, RRT

Registered Psychologist

2003 - 14 Street N.W., Suite 105, Calgary, Alberta T2M 3N4 | 403-630-7595

I am an optimist with an unwavering confidence and belief in the strength and courage of every individual, and the capacity for change. I am not the expert in your life -- you are. I will stand beside you -- guiding, supporting, challenging -- as a collaborator and partner in pursuing the changes that you choose in your life. I can help you plan out your journey in the ocean of life, and balace what's on deck. When the waters get a little rough, I'll help you find ways to adjust your sails -- or weather the storm. Being human is about change and about growth -- I can help you do both. I can help you improve your quality of life and live a quality life.

Sharon Stopforth, MSW, RSW
Psychotherapist

Sharon Stopforth, MSW, RSW

Registered Social Worker

226B-259 Midpark Way S.E., Calgary, Alberta T2X 1M2 | (403)452-9422

My approach to psychotherapy is combining mind, body, and spirit. I am a Certified Integrative Body Psychotherapy practitioner and see that the body is essential for healing from psychological pain. Many of our psychological issues stem from traumas sustained in early childhood or later in adulthood. Talking about trauma will only take us so far in our healing and to resolve our emotional patterns, we need to engage the body in the healing process. We store all of our traumas in the body and this is the place where ultimately we need to go to heal the injuries. The body knows how to heal and be well and we need to tap into its inherent wisdom.



Locate A Calgary Counsellor Here.  Values Counselling in Calagary, AB

A Calgary Counsellor, AB, strives to restore individuals and families to overcome the issues they struggle with. Making that first step of seeking help is not easy, but it can be one of the most important decisions you ever make. Providing professional counselling in a safe and objective values-oriented environment encourages healing and growth towards a more hopeful future. Our approach is one that is centered on the client and rooted in sound moral principles.  Your therapist will customize a solution according to your specific needs.  Family and group therapy is also encouraged, and performed in a safe, collaborative environment.  If you are in need of assistance, please contact a counselor in Calgary, AB or psychologist who is standing by ready to help you. The decision could make all the difference.


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Help for marriages, separation, divorce, individuals, families and relationships in Calgary, AB and the surrounding areas.

Other Areas of Practice: self-esteem counselor, addiction therapist, burnout counselor, career change, psychological assessment, chronic pain management, depression counseling Calgary, grief & loss, abuse, debt counselling calgary, aging parents, spiritual & Christian counselling Calgary, bipolar, ADHD, personality disorders, adolescents and youth counseling, trauma therapy, eating disorders, stress & anxiety.

Related Sites:
College of Alberta Psychologists
Alberta Association for Marriage and Family Therapy
Canadian Counselling Association
City of Calgary
Canadian Psychological Association

About Calgary, Alberta

Calgary contains several communities:

Crescent Heights, Renfrew, Mount Royal, Mission, Ramsay, Inglewood, Rosedale, Mount Pleasant, Bowness, Parkdale, Glendale, Park Hill, Bankview, Altadore, Killarney, and Forest Lawn.

The city of Calgary is located in the southern part of the province of Alberta.  Calgary is the largest city in Alberta and the third largest city in Canada largely due to the oil industry in the province.  Located in an area of foothills and high plains, it is a short distance from the Canadian Rockies providing a diverse and beautiful landscape.  Although the area is well known for the petroleum industry, Calgary has also seen strong economic growth in agriculture, tourism, and the high-tech industries in recent years.   Counseling in Calgary has become an essential component of mental health care.

As an expanding city, it has its root in the European settlers who first visited the area that would become known as Calgary in the late 1700’s.  Europeans began to settle here in the late 1800’s with the area becoming home to the North West Mounted Police (now the RCMP).  Today, Calgary is home to a diverse people group with several different religious views, the most common being Christian. Counselling in Calgary, AB aims to truly resolve issues that individuals face, rather than simply returning one to a state of functionality.The name Calgary has it roots in Scotland after a town on the Isle of Mull.  Fort Calgary and the NWMP originally focused on the protection of the western plains from the illegal US whiskey traders.   Today this city is one of the major cities in all of Canada.

Calgary is located in Alberta, Canada. It has a land area of 825.56 square kilometers.  The population of Calgary is 1.34 million people with 466,725 households . The population ranking for Calgary is #3 nationally and #1 for the province of Alberta with a density of 1501.10 people per sq km. Calgary therapists serve postal code: T2G.