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Kristin understands that people seek counselling for reasons that are not always easy to talk about. She strives to create a safe and compassionate space where clients can explore the reasons most important to them. Taking pride in being authentic and transparent throughout the therapy process, Kristin is passionate about working with people to explore their challenges, strengths, and opportunities for growth and change.
Over the course of her career, Kristin has worked with individuals, couples, and families to address many unique needs and concerns such as trauma, anxiety, depression, addictions, emotional regulation, relationship issues, and many other life challenges.
Kristin has a Master’s in Counselling Psychology from Athabasca University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Calgary. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family outdoors and travelling.
Registered Clinical Social Worker
Malvern brings his experience working with high-risk youth and vulnerable and oppressed populations to the Simply Counselling team.
Registered Provisional Psychologist
Registered Clinical Social Worker
Lea joins the team with a versatile background of over thirteen years of experience. She is passionate about working with individuals from diverse backgrounds. Throughout her career, she worked with vulnerable individuals including children, youth and their families battling with various traumas and obstacles that can cause emotional pain. Lea is a wealth of knowledge and has connections to different community agencies and resources available to help you manage and navigate your life. She is compassionate, full of life and dedicated to working with her clients.
Lea is registered with the Alberta College of Social Workers and holds a Bachelors in Honors Developmental Psychology and a master’s in Clinical Social Work focusing on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. During her leisure time, she enjoys travelling with her family and reading books.
Debra has an extensive background working in community, educational and hospital settings providing individual, family, couple and group therapy. She is strength-based, relational, and believes in empowering clients to become the best versions of themselves.
She provides treatment to adults, children and adolescents struggling with a variety of mental health challenges including those related to anxiety, mood, social and behavioral, OCD, PTSD, relationships, learning related challenges, and grief and loss.
Debra incorporates several psychotherapeutic modalities into her practice and has the required training for many different approaches. She possesses a Masters degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of Calgary; a Master of Arts in Child Studies from Concordia University, as well as a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology. She enjoys spending time with family, swimming and traveling.
Louise is a registered Occupational Therapist (OT) in Alberta with 19 years of experience. Occupational therapy focuses on both physical and mental health. OTs serve people with injury, illness, disability or psychological dysfunction and work to improve their clients’ capacity to participate in meaningful daily activities. Whether it’s personal hygiene and care, driving, working, leisure or learning, OTs help people with the skills required for the “job of living” within their community or chosen environment.
Louise’s passion is working with children and youth, with a focus on mental health. Additionally, Louise has worked with youth/families who are “super-feelers”, experiencing emotions and sensations much louder than other people which may lead to unworkable behaviours such as being a risk to self or others, including chronic isolation.
Louise is genuinely committed to engaging in a strong partnership with her clients. She provides individual, family and group assessment, as well as interventions in various settings including schools and communities for youth aged 6 to 18.