Peter Stone

MSW, RSW (Mental Health Therapist)

“Hi, I’m Peter. My goal is always to make you feel safe and seen, celebrating and honouring that you have entered into the experience. I believe we are all experts on our own lives and try to explore that by working from a strength-based, trauma-informed, anti-oppressive, client-centred perspective. I believe we all possess the strength and courage to make the most of our brief time that we are gifted here and I consider it a privilege if I can support someone in some small way to reach that goal.”

Laurie Hamm

MSW, RSW (Mental Health Therapist)

“Hi, I’m Laurie. I believe one of the best gifts therapy has to offer is a space and therapeutic relationship to feel seen, heard, and supported. My approach is invitational, strength-based and compassion-focused. I aim to individualize the therapeutic space to meet your personal goals, which means you have the freedom to decide to take what is helpful from sessions and leave what is unhelpful. You are the driver, and I am the navigator: I offer options for directions to turn, but in the end, you get to choose which turns you want to take.”

Sam Molen

MSW, RSW (Mental Health Therapist)

“I’m Samantha Molen, but I go by Sam! I believe therapy is an opportunity for empowered self-exploration and a chance for you to see things in a different way. Together, we can talk about the things that matter most in your life and collaborate on your goals to achieve emotional healing and well-being. I focus on establishing a positive relationship built on trust and safety, where you can be your honest self and share your more vulnerable truths. I have incredible respect and admiration for people willing and able to be curious and courageous enough to go to those deeper and darker places. I want to help you find liberation and self-reclamation from our oppressive systems that cause us to feel and think we are inadequate and unworthy of love, acceptance, or belonging.”

Joey Shaughnessy

MSW, RSW (Mental Health Therapist)

“I take a holistic approach to practice, considering how our mind, emotions, body and spirit come together to frame our relationship with the world. I believe mental health to be not only the removal of challenges but the creation of an active sense of well-being.”

Tiffany Gloeckler

MSW, RSW (Mental Health Therapist) (not accepting new clients)

“I dedicate my practice to your journey of self-discovery and healing. My practice prioritizes a safe and welcoming space, combining humour, education, and professionalism in a tailored, collaborative approach. My unwavering commitment is to support your path to well-being.”

Selena Sliger

MSW, RSW (Mental Health Therapist)

In the spirit of reconciliation and as an Indigenous Ally, I wish to acknowledge that I live, work, and play on the traditional territories of the Alberta Treaty 8 people, which includes Woodland Cree, Beaver, Slavey, and Chipewyan, as well as the territories of Metis Nations 5 and 6. 

 

“Welcome! I am a Registered Social Worker and have a master’s degree specializing in Clinical Social Work. I aim to make a welcoming space where we can collaborate to work towards your goals. Together, we will enhance your true strengths so you can be your authentic self and thrive! My lived experiences with neurodivergence and mental injury and 20 years of working with marginalized populations help me understand that each persons’ experiences are unique. One of my goals is to destigmatize access to mental health support, as no one is immune from mental injury.”

Karah Pegg

MSW, RSW (Mental Health Therapist)

“Hi there! My name is Karah (she/her) and I am a Registered Social Worker. As your therapist, I believe that you are the expert in your own life and experiences, and my role is to walk alongside you and help you build on the skills you already have. Through my work, I hope to change the stigma around accessing therapy and make the therapeutic space less stuffy and more welcoming.”

Rita Onwunali

MSW, RSW (Mental Health Therapist)

“Hi, I’m Rita. I work from a client-centered, strength-based and culturally sensitive approach with a focus on individual development. I recognize that people reaching out for mental health support are already going through a lot, so I meet you where you are at and hold space for you as we figure out how to get you to your desired destination. My practice centres on supporting healthy relationships we have with ourselves, which is foundational in influencing relationships with people around us. In partnering with me in your journey towards healing, I embrace and support the cultural dimensions of everyone to foster strength, empowerment and confidence.”

Abimbola Orukpe

MSW, RSW (Mental Health Therapist)

I provide a non-judgmental, collaborative, and non-pathologizing therapeutic atmosphere to work with you ensuring you are seen, heard, understood, and respected. I operate from a lens of intersectionality, anti-oppressive practice, and a curious mindset while honouring my client’s stories, strengths, resilience, and autonomy. I do not think therapy should be rigid, so I endeavour to create a relaxed and welcoming space filled with warmth where we can work together on your journey towards optimal health and wellness.”

Rebecca Bartlett

 MSW, RSW (Mental Health Therapist)

“At some point in life, you might face unexpected roadblocks or have experiences that make you feel disempowered, afraid, and hopeless. I know how important it is to acknowledge and address what we may have experienced in order to eventually transform those feelings into feelings of empowerment, strength, and hope for the future.”