Kellie Migneault, M.S.W.

Kellie Migneault View Specialties

  • H.E.A.L. Holistic Counselling
  • 1391 101st Street , North Battleford, Saskatchewan, S9A 2Y8
  • I am not currently accepting new referrals until April 2018
  • Phone: 306-480-6651
  • Session Fees: Offers reduced rates for couples and families.

Kellie has a 3-year sociology degree with a focus in criminal justice and Indigenous issues. Kellie also completed a four-year bachelors degree in social work. After Kellie's bachelor degrees were completed she worked at the Saskatoon YWCA women shelter, at the Red Willow Stabilization Centre and as a research assistant for Indigenous Peoples Health Research Center (IPHRC). While at IPHRC Kellie learned about Indigenous research methodology and developed a deep respect for Indigenous culture.

Kellie also worked with young offenders primarily in Sturgeon Lake First Nation, Little Red First Nation, and Wahpeton Dakota Nation before moving to Toronto to complete her masters degree in clinical social work. While at the University of Toronto Kellie had the opportunity to gain experience through family services Toronto in the research department.

In July 2010 Kellie moved to North Battleford, SK to work as a counsellor at Kanaweyimik Child and Family Services in Battleford working primarily in the areas of mental health and family violence. 

The counselling model Kellie uses was designed by Tony Martens of Martens and Associates, a brand that has a 35-year reputation working with families of diverse backgrounds. The holistic program model was
developed in 1980 to address the issues of the available therapies geared towards only individuals and not for family systems.  

Kellie’s own professional training and background is impressive, yet focused on holistic approaches.  For six years, Kellie was a clinical counsellor with Kanaweyimik Child and Family Services.  The Counselling Program at Kanaweyimik was a well-thought-out program. From the time counsellor position was posted to the time it was filled took 18 months. This hiring process was a long and extensive process; Kellie was the 160th applicant who applied for this position. The screening process she went through to be able to operate this model speaks volumes to her personal character and level of accountability.  The training for this program was designed to be a unique, state of the art program in the realm of mental health, addressing a wide spectrum of issues including working with victims and perpetrators of violence, something that cannot be learned out of a textbook or in a university setting. 

Since moving to North Battleford, SK Kellie has gotten married and decided to call North Battleford her forever home. Kellie enjoys travelling, and yoga, and is also a qualified SATVA yoga teacher. Kellie welcomes you to come in and talk at her clinic or via videoconference (Video sessions only offered to Canadian residents at this time).

Kellie specializes in delivering counselling services to clients dealing with sexual violence — both victims and perpetrators. As a highly sensitive and volatile subject of counselling, much training and experience is necessary to appropriately handle and address such clients.

For clients who cannot receive coverage under their EAP and must personally fund sessions, Kellie will determine an appropriate price point based on the client’s needs and income level. In addition, the clinic aims to be eligible as a non-insured health benefit for the First Nations community.

Kellie Migneault Reaches

North Battleford SK