Cora McDougall-Price, M.Ed., Registered Provisional Psychologist
Oki. Hello. My name is Cora McDougall-Price. My Blackfoot name is Naatoa’tohkai.
I am a Registered Provisional Psychologist. My academic credentials include a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology (Honours) from Memorial University of Newfoundland in 2009 and Master of Education in Counselling Psychology from the University of Lethbridge in 2011.
Over the past 10 years, I have worked and volunteered in a variety of settings: therapeutic schools (Calgary and Lethbridge), non-for-profit and private counselling agencies. For several years, I was employed by the Lethbridge emergency women’s shelter, providing services to children, teenagers and families who were escaping violence and or/ poverty. I have worked extensively with clients who have experienced developmental trauma including issues related to abuse, family and sexual violence, addiction, parenting-in-crisis, child development and safety. I am especially passionate about Indigenous culture and integrating both traditional and non-traditional ways of healing.
Overall, my counselling approach can be described as strengths-based, person-centered and trauma-informed. My practice is also influenced by Attachment Theory and Bruce Perry’s Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics. I integrate strategies from therapies such as Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Play and Expressive Arts and EMDR to assist my clients in achieving growth and positive change.
In my spare time I am kept (very!) busy with my three young sons, husband and dog, Sadie. We love to sing, swim and spend time together in nature exploring and adventuring.
I will be offering appointments on Monday and Thursday evenings and Friday afternoons. The majority of my appointments will be for children/adolescents and limited appointments for adult clients.
Amy Marco, M.C., R. Psych
My name is Amy Marco, and I am a Registered Psychologist. I have been working in the health care field since 2006 when I began my career as a nurse. Since that time I have also acquired undergraduate and graduate degrees in the health sciences and counselling psychology field.
My areas of practice include trauma, abuse and violence, mental health issues (anxiety, depression, phobias, personality disorders), and sexuality and gender identity concerns. I also provide counselling for general stress management, workplace stress and career transitions, physical health issues and chronic pain, addiction, grief and loss, and relationship stress.
I have training and experience in the following modalities: EMDR, DBT, cognitive behavioural therapy, body focused therapies, and attachment focused therapies. I also draw on additional approaches to offer a flexible and creative therapeutic experience. I work from a client-centered and feminist perspective, offering compassion and collaboration to meet goals and achieve healing.
In addition to counselling services I also offer educational presentations and workshops on topics related to my areas of practice as well as consultation services.
I currently offer daytime appointments Monday-Thursday. Please contact me for more information on availability and services.
Hi, my name is Russ Marshall and I am a Masters level Registered Social Worker with the Alberta College of Social Workers. I have been involved in human services since 2007 working and volunteering in various capacities.
I started my journey by completing a Child and Youth Care diploma through Lethbridge College and after a few years of work continued onto a Bachelor of Social Work and Clinical Master’s of Social Work through the University of Calgary (Lethbridge campus).
My areas of interest include working with grief/loss, anxiety, depression, stress, interpersonal concerns, and parenting concerns. Currently, I am expanding my practice to include working with couples.
I take an eclectic and collaborative approach to therapy. I maintain a strong Person-Centred approach and draw from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, Family Systems Therapy, Systems Theory, and Gottman Couples Therapy.
In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my wife and my dog. We love spending our time traveling, camping, fishing, and hanging out with friends and family.
I will offer appointments one morning and one evening per week.
My name is Bryan Bullock and I have been counselling since 2011, and I have enjoyed every step of my career journey. I have a Master of Counselling Degree, I am a Registered Provisional Psychologist (College of Alberta Psychologists), and a Canadian Certified Counsellor (Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association).
My approach to counselling centers around my belief in people. I believe every person has value regardless of how life plays out, or decisions that have been made. I also, believe that every person possess the tools necessary to work through whatever difficulties they are experiencing. Although, I believe all this to be true I also understand we may not always feel valuable, or feel like we have the ability to manage our situation. I hope that I might be able to support this process by utilizing the various counselling approach that I use. Some of these approaches include Person Centered Therapy, Emotionally-Focused Couples Therapy, Gottman Couples Therapy, Eye Movement Reprocessing Desensitization, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Mindfulness Strategies, and various strategies for managing difficult emotions.
I mainly work with adults focusing mostly on couples, relationship concerns, life transitions, grief and loss, depression, anxiety, and stress. Whatever the concern may be I will always look to provide a secure and non-judgmental space that includes a clear picture of how I will operate and how I might be able to help. I also believe in providing choice and alternatives.
In my spare time I like to spend time with family and friends. I enjoy being active with bike rides, golf, hockey, and just enjoying the outdoors. I also really enjoy being handy, so I put some effort into building and fixing things around my home.
I offer appointments one evening per week and Saturday’s during the day.
My name is Tannia Los. I am a Registered Psychologist with the College of Alberta Psychologists and I have a Masters of Counselling Degree in Counselling Psychology. I have been working in mental health since 2012 where I started within the sexual addictions and harm reduction field primarily focusing on the relational traumas that occur within partnerships affected by addictions.
My areas of practice include mental health concerns (depression, anxiety, personality disorders, etc.), complex trauma, attachment issues, major life transitions, stress management, relationship and sexual issues, and abuse and violence concerns. I provide counselling for adults, couples and groups.
I have advanced training in EMDR and integrate other modalities such as: Emotional Focused Couples Therapy, Internal Family Systems, Sandtray, Expressive Arts, CBT, and Mindfulness with an overarching attachment based lens. I approach counselling as a collaborative process believing that implications and insights from the past can be used as tools to promote emotional freedom and authentic living.
I was born and raised in Southern Alberta and in my spare time you can find me outside in nature. I enjoy camping, hiking, spending time with my friends, family and Great Dane lovingly nick named "Moose".
I am currently offering evening appointments.
Joanne Peterson, M.,C., R. Psych
My name is Joanne Peterson and I am a Registered Psychologist. I have a B.A. in Psychology and a Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology. My areas of interest include working with couples and individual adults in the areas of stress management, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, relationship issues, communication, trauma, domestic violence, and life transitions.
Therapeutic approaches I draw from include Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Relational Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, Existential Therapy, and Positive Psychology. When working with couples, I draw from the therapeutic approaches of Gottman Couples Therapy, Family Systems Therapy, and Emotion Focused Therapy.
As a counsellor, my mission is to provide a caring, safe, and welcoming environment where clients are encouraged to explore past and present life challenges. I stand for equality, diversity, and empowerment. I value being present with my clients and believe the greatest strengths that I offer are my genuineness, insightfulness, and compassion.
In my spare time I enjoy connecting with my family and friends, taking walks in nature, and being around animals of all sizes and shapes.
I see clients four days a week during the day.
Callista Chasse, MSW, RSW
My name is Callista Chasse and I am a Master's level Registered Social Worker. I completed both my BSW and MSW degrees with the University of Calgary and was the proud recipient of the Gayle Gilchrist James and Richard F. Ramsay Gold Medal in Social Work in 2013. I am passionate about supporting people on their journey to healing and personal fulfillment in various capacities including individual counselling, group therapy and community development. I aim to build a genuine and compassionate professional relationship with you as we work towards your well-being. I believe that no two people are the same and therefore draw on strategies from various therapeutic approaches to meet your needs. I take a humanistic and anti-oppressive approach to counselling, combining knowledge from person centered, experiential, and somatic therapies, as well as other models. I am also passionate about art-making as a process for personal and broader social change and infuse this knowledge base in my work.
My areas of practice include grief & loss, intimate partner violence, life transitions, gender identity and sexuality, workplace stress, interpersonal issues, depression and anxiety as well as other mental health problems.
In my spare time I love to dance, spend time with my family, read novels, head to the movies with friends and devour way too much popcorn.
I am currently offer appointments Wednesday and Thursday evenings.
Jeannette Moldon, MSW, RSW
My name is Jeannette Moldon and I am Master's level Registered Social Worker (Clinical) and am one of the owners of Lethbridge Counselling Services. I have been in the counselling field for over 15 years and my areas of practice include trauma/attachment issues, depression, anxiety, stress management and burnout, grief/loss and relational counselling. I am trained in EMDR and certified in Cognitive Behavioural Mindfulness Stress Reduction. In my work I draw from cognitive behavioural therapy, mindfulness based practices, body oriented interventions and a systems approach. I am relational and person centered and work to provide compassionate therapeutic services to individuals, couples and families. I also enjoy teaching and have worked as a sessional instructor at the University of Calgary Faculty of Social Work. Supervising is another passion and I enjoy supporting students and new therapists in their professional growth.
In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my two children and practicing yoga.
I offer both daytime and evening appointments during the week.
Andrea Eng, M.Ed., R. Psych
My name is Andrea Eng. I am a Registered Psychologist with the College of Alberta Psychologists and have been working in the counselling field since 2006. I earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Master of Education in Counselling Psychology.
I’m often described as welcoming, empathic, open-minded and non-judgmental. I believe in forming a trusting and caring therapeutic relationship in order for you to feel safe and able to share your story with me. Developing trust with each other is crucial to support you in working towards experiencing less emotional pain. If you make the choice to work with me, I want you to feel comfortable in sharing your experiences, current or future apprehensions.
My areas of practice include anxiety and depression, addictions, stress, relationship and family issues, family history dysfunction, major life changes/transitions, trauma, sexual violence, disordered eating, and grief/loss. A strong passion of mine is providing support to women experiencing challenges related to motherhood. This may include depression and anxiety experienced during pregnancy, postpartum depression and anxiety, birth trauma, and pregnancy loss. I have specialized training in understanding and supporting a woman’s journey through motherhood.
I incorporate a variety of therapeutic techniques to help us get to your desired goal. This includes Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Narrative Therapy, Expressive Arts Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Person Centered Therapy, Trauma Informed and Mindfulness approaches.
I work primarily with adults but also enjoy working with children and adolescents.
In my spare time I am kept busy with my two young children.
I offer daytime appointments on Fridays and Saturdays and evening appointments on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Carly Sharpe, M.Ed., R. Psych
My name is Carly Sharpe and I am a Registered Psychologist and one of the owners of Lethbridge Counselling Services.
I have a B.A. in Psychology and a M.Ed. in Counselling Psychology. My areas of interest include: trauma, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), social anxiety, disordered eating, depression, anxiety, adult ADHD, sexual/gender identity, and life transitions. The main approaches I draw from in my practice are Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, body-centered therapies, EMDR, Mindfulness, relational-based and psychodynamic based approaches. I also enjoy working with groups. I have co-facilitated groups for mandated domestic violence offenders and for general anger. I am also certified in Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM), and can train individuals in Mental Health First Aid.
In my spare time you can find me exercising, hanging out with my family, and reading. I also love winter and anything that goes along with it! I am passionate about my work and love learning.
I offer appointments one morning and one evening per week.
My name is Mark Bruce and I am a Registered Psychologist with a M.Ed in Counselling Psychology. I have 8 years of experience and specialize in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Emotionally Focused Therapy. I take a person-centered, strength-based approach. Most of my experience comes from working with individual adults with such challenges as anxiety, depression, stress, grief, domestic violence, adult attachment issues, and relationship issues, but am interested in working with couples, which I am currently seeking training in.
When I'm not at work I enjoy spending time with my wife and five children, usually outdoors (hiking, camping and fishing). I also enjoy playing volleyball, soccer, and floor hockey. When I have time I like to try playing video games, and I've been accused of being a huge Star Wars, and Lord of the Rings nerd.
I currently offer appointments one evening per week.
Kaylee Olderskog, M.Ed, R. Psych
My name is Kaylee Olderskog. I am a Registered Psychologist. I have a B.A. in Psychology/Women and Gender Studies and M.Ed. in Counselling Psychology. My goal as a counsellor is to create space to explore challenges, seek solutions and clarity, and celebrate successes. I value a sense of curiosity, creativity, and collaboration in my practice working from a person-centered, strength-based approach.
My areas of interest include working with children, adolescents, and adults in the areas of anxiety (social/generalized), depression, stress management, relationships, trauma, attachment, self-esteem/personal identity, and personal growth. The main therapeutic approaches I draw from include Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Psychodynamic, Narrative Therapy, mindfulness and somatic/body-centered based approaches, expressive arts, and I am trained in EMDR (Level 1 and 2).
In my spare time I enjoy riding my bike, enjoying nature, curling, and I’m slowly learning to enjoy the game of golf!
I am accepting new clients for Saturdays during the day.
Erin Musick, M.C., R. Psych
My name is Erin Musick and I am a Registered Psychologist and one of the owners of Lethbridge Counselling Services. I have been working in the counselling field since 2006 and hold a Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) degree in Psychology and a Master of Counselling degree (Counselling Psychology).
My areas of practice include sexual violence, attachment issues (historical childhood trauma), diet and nutrition including weight issues and binge eating and other eating disorders, domestic violence, body image, developmental processes, sexuality (including orientation, addiction, transitions etc.) and other trauma issues. I also enjoy working with anxiety, depression, adult ADHD, life transitions fears and phobias. I am trained in EMDR (Level I, Level II and Advanced Training in Very early Trauma & Neglect) and am also interested and trained in some body oriented therapies including Hakomi. Other therapeutic modalities that I draw from include Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy, Systems approaches, and overall, I take a very person-centered approach.
I really enjoy supervision and supervise Master’s Level students during their practicum experiences as well as provisional psychologists. I love to support people in their learning and personal and professional development. I have a strong background in training and teaching in the areas of suicide prevention, psychology, women and gender studies, family violence and human service policy.
In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my partner, children and pets. I also love music and can be found singing in my car wherever I go. Sunshine makes me smile and I enjoy spending time outside in the warm weather months here in southern Alberta.
I offer appointments weekdays during the day and evenings.