Laura offers comprehensive psycho-educational, social-emotional, and behavioural assessments for children and adolescents. Her area of expertise includes uncovering the reasons that a child is struggling in school, home, or other social settings, 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. Some areas of her focus include:
Laura holds a M.Sc. degree in School and Applied Psychology from the University of Calgary. As a Registered Psychologist, she has been working in the public education system since 2008 and in private practice since 2011. Her clinical skills and understanding of child development is further enhanced by having worked for many years in residential treatment and specialized school settings as a child and youth care worker. Laura is professional, caring, and enthusiastic, and she is dedicated to helping children and families achieve success in their lives.
Contact: (403) 831-8449
Monica offers psycho-educational, social-emotional, behavioural, and career assessments, as well as counselling services for children, adolescents, and young adults. In her practice, she utilizes a holistic and integrative approach to ensure that the unique needs of each client are met. Areas of support and services include:
Monica is a Registered Psychologist and certified teacher, currently in the role of Assistant Principal. Monica holds a B.A., B.Ed, and Master of Counselling degree. She has over 15 years of experience supporting youth and their families in a variety of educational and community contexts. When Monica is not at school or in the office, she is a volunteer community therapist with Wood's Homes, and she provides presentations to educators and other youth-focused professionals on building adolescent resiliency, supporting anxious learners, and advancing trauma-informed educational practice.
Contact: (403) 968-3930
Aslaug offers comprehensive psychological and neuropsychological assessments for adults, teenagers, and children. She has practiced as a Registered Psychologist for over 20 years, with a particular passion for the assessment of neurodevelopmental disorders and other brain-based challenges. Some areas of her practice include:
Aslaug also offers assessments for a variety of medical conditions/disorders that can affect brain functioning , such as cerebral palsy, diabetes, epilepsy, fetal-alcohol syndrome, spina bifida, etc.
Aslaug holds a Master's degree in School and Applied Psychology, and a PhD in Clinical Psychology with specializations in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Neuropsychology (University of Oslo, Norway; Fielding Graduate School, Santa Barbara). Aslaug also teaches at various post-secondary institutions in Canada, and is a supervisor of provisional psychologists and students in training. When Aslaug is not working, she enjoys the outdoors, skiing, biking, kayaking, or hiking. She is looking forward to travelling the world again.
Contact: (403) 616-9488
Sadiya specializes in adult ADHD assessment and treatment, as well as early childhood/intergeneratioal and attachement trauma and PTSD. She works through a biopsychosocial framework and takes an integrative approach to therapy, which can help individuals gain a better understanding of the patterns or cycles of functioning that they may get stuck in. This helps individuals better understand themselves and the possible reasons for their behaviours. Sadiya enjoys working with clients on a long-term basis, but is able to provide short-term services as well. Further areas of focus include:
Sadiya holds a M.A. degree in Counselling Psychology from Yorkville University. She has worked in the mental health field for 9 years, working in partnership with the CBE, CCSD, AHS, and various non-profit organizations to address complex mental health in children, adolescents, and families. During her time as a Registered Provisional Psychologist, she has worked with various populations, including veterans, police officers, health care professionals, couples, students, children, and adolescents. Sadiya understands that therapy is hard work and can be a long journey. She hopes to provide clients with the nurturing, support, and kindness needed during this time, and she believes that all human beings must be treated with unconditional care.
Contact: (587) 208-6910