Psychological and Counselling Services for Indigenous Clients but not limited to Indigenous Populations. We provide services to all populations residing in Alberta.
Virtual Admin hours are
Tuesday and Friday
Call: 587-594-9855 or Book Online:
Telehealth Throughout Alberta
Slave Lake, Enoch and Edmonton
Free consults, intake or help with setting up for services:
Drop-Ins are welcome.
We offer integrated services for clients seeking Indigenous, BIPOC and Non-Indigenous people.
We are immersed in culture that we share on Turtle Island and believe in being inclusive to everyone.
Our team believes in the Two-Eyed Seeing Approach when it comes to helping clients. As well as, the importance of culturally and trauma informed care. All members have specialization of services and have to undergo ongoing training
Client can access coverage through First Nations Inuit Health Branch and Insurance Coverage.
Our Provisional and Registered Psychologist are Providers for Insurance Companies.
Trauma and culturally informed Counsellors and Psychologists
offer a range of therapeutic techniques to fit the needs of clients throughout Alberta.
Trauma informed counselling includes: EMDR, Somatic Experiencing, cultural counselling, and client centred techniques.
Each counsellor has their own speciality and training.
Group therapy is provided by facilitators that are trained in Indigenous knowledge and trauma informed techniques.
Mens Cultural Group
Located at 17510-102ave.
Women's Grief and Trauma Circle:
Women's Trauma EMDR Group
May 1, 2022
Each Psychologist, Counsellors and Consultant has a range of abilities and expertise. They provide training and workshops throughout Alberta.
Rattle Making Workshop
May 14, 2022
Presentations for: Schools, Workplaces, Communities, and Nations.
A team created to embody the wellness and healing of our Medicine Wheel and Holistic Approaches.
Counsellors that specialize in Indigenous counselling and land based healing. Clients learn how to integrate teachings and sharing of traditional values while in session. Counsellors can self-identify as Indigenous or training in the field of Indigenous research and specialization.
Providers include Kelly Hawreliak.
Clients can access 20 free sessions per year. FNIHB providers are trauma informed Registered Psychologists. Only Registered Psychologist are providers. Clients that have Treaty Status can access this service for free. IRS funding allows for 60 free sessions per year.
Providers include: Sheila Vaughan, Leigh Sheldon, Brittany Travis, Adriana Henderson, Kathleen Golosky and Candace Hamilton.
PSYCHOLOGIST & FNIHB PROVIDERS
Trauma Informed Therapist
Sliding Fee Scale Counselling
Virtual Admin Team
West End Location:
#104-17510 102 Avenue
Enoch AB, Box 917, T7X 3Y3
Telehealth Throughout Alberta
Slave Lake Alberta, Regional Office.
TO BOOK ONLINE:
1.) Please click Book Online
2.) Press BOOK NOW, on the top right of Owl Portal.
3.) You will need to click the West End Location or Telehealth. West End location is also booking for Telehealth sessions.
4.) Click on Therapist
5.) Choose a Service.
All three items (location, therapist and service) have to chosen in order to book a session.
6.) ALL Clients need to CREATE AN ACCOUNT THROUGH OWL
and verify their account.
7.) Your appointment will not be confirmed unless you check your email for a verification email. This is important.
8.) Log into your account to access your Video session or appointments,
Your account will confirm your bookings, upcoming sessions, invoices and client information.
Call or Text 587-594-9855 if you have any questions.