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Our experienced clinicians offer confidential and supportive care using evidence-based techniques and approaches. We can support individuals, couples, and families of all ages with a variety of concerns. Whether you prefer in-person or virtual sessions, we are here to help.
Psychological assessments gather information about an individual's cognitive, emotional, behavioural, and academic functioning by using observation, interviews, and standardized tests. This information will help our clients understand their strengths, and areas of need, and develop individualized treatment plans.
Our teams of psychologists, occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists, behaviour consultants, and therapy support aides offer several programs funded by the Government of Alberta's Family Support for Children with Disabilities (FSCD).
Our weekly respite groups provide opportunities for socialization in a fun and child-oriented environment. Our experienced staff can support all needs and strengths. Booking is flexible; families can sign up for as many or as few sessions as they would like.
Our low-income practicum counselling aims to make mental health services more accessible while providing education and training to master's students. Our partnership with Community Connect YYC offers a unique platform that reduces barriers to accessing these services.
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