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Lizzie Smith

Provisional Psychologist

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Christina Hong

Provisional Psychologist

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Melanie Leblanc

Counsellor

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Madelaine Robillard

Therapist (MSW, RSW)

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Lori Johnstone

Provisional Psychologist

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Emma McAlary

Counselling Intern

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Danielle Topley

Counselling Intern

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Priscilla Lee

Registered Psychologist

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Martha Donkor

Therapist (MSW, RCSW)

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Provisional Psychologist

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Lizzie Smith Innerlogue
Registered Provisional Psychologist (Alberta)
 

LIZZIE SMITH

I am a Registered Provisional Psychologist dedicated to helping adults, children, youth, and couples address their mental health and well-being challenges. With my background in the Canadian Armed Forces, I possess a unique perspective and a deep commitment to providing specialized support to veterans, first responders, and those coping with complex trauma and PTSD. Counselling, to me, is more than just a job – it’s about connecting, understanding, and growing together. I take an eclectic and holistic approach, drawing from a diverse range of evidence-based modalities. My toolkit includes Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical-Behavior Therapy (DBT), Solution-focused therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), and Gottman Method Couples Therapy. This diversity enables me to offer highly personalized and effective therapy tailored to each client’s unique needs. I am dedicated to creating a welcoming, non-judgmental, and compassionate environment for all clients, with a particular passion for supporting 2SLGBTQIA+ communities. I bring a warm and humorous approach to my practice, promoting an atmosphere of trust and understanding. I also advocate for social justice, ensuring that every individual receives the respect and support they deserve. If you are ready to embark on a journey towards healing and personal growth, I am here to guide you. Together, we can work toward a brighter and healthier future.

Modalities

Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (Including CBT for insomnia certification)

Dialectical Behaviour Therapy

Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing EMDR Therapy

Solution-Focused Therapy

Gottman’s Method Couples Therapy

Clients

Children
Couples therapy
Family
Anxiety
Depression
Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA)
Complex Trauma and PTSD
First responders – especially military
Intimate Partner Violence
Anxiety/Depression
Self-harm/Compulsive behaviours
2SLGBTQIA+ Concerns
Victim Assistance Support Team (VAST)

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Counsellor

Languages: English, French

Offers sliding scale, please book a 15mins consultation to discuss availability

MELANIE LEBLANC

I strive to connect with you in a meaningful way and to collaborate with you on achieving your therapeutic goals. I understand it takes a lot of courage to access counselling and my aim is to provide a safe, supportive and non-judgmental space where you can feel comfortable sharing your story. Together, we will explore ways to manage difficult situations. I believe in approaching change from a culturally sensitive, strength based, and trauma informed lens.

I have over two decades of experience working with and helping marginalized youth and families to meet their unique needs. I view healing from a wholistic perspective that incorporates the mind, body and spirit and have a diploma in Holistic Nutrition and Masters in Counselling. The therapeutic methods that I am passionate about using are person-centered therapy, solution-focused therapy, mindfulness techniques and cognitive behavioral therapy. I look forward to meeting you and am honored to have the opportunity to help you achieve a greater sense of well-being.

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Registered Psychologist (Alberta)
Master of Arts (Applied Psychology)
Professional Certified Coach (PCC)
Registered Supervisor Psychologist (Singapore)
Languages: English, Mandarin, Cantonese

PRISCILLA LEE

Hello! I am a Registered Psychologist and owner of Innerlogue Therapy & Psychology, a practice that offers counselling and intervention to children, teenagers, adults and families in Calgary and online throughout Alberta. I work through a trauma informed lens and provide a safe space to work on things that need our attention. Let me be part of your journey of healing, self-discovery, and self-fulfillment.

I utilize a client-centered approach and have training in Solution Focused Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Reality Therapy and play therapy. I also specialize in working with immigrants, couple and families, as well as working with children with special needs such as ADHD, Autism, giftedness and 2e, behavioral issues and other learning disorders.

I am happy to collaborate with your other health providers for treatment plans, workshops, and peer consultation. My practice is open to clients of all faiths, race, cultures, and identities. I offer a free 15-minute phone consultation to see if I am a good fit for your needs.

Modalities

Person centered Therapy
Solution Focus Brief Therapy (SFBT)
Choice Theory Reality Therapy
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Family Systems
Play therapy
Existential Therapy
Mindfulness and Meditation
Natural Supports
Restorative Practice
MBTI®
360 Leadership Coaching

Clients

Children
Couples & Family
ADHD
Anxiety
Depression
Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA)
WCB
Return to Work
Existential
Self-esteem
LGBTQ2S+
Immigrant
Parenting
Work Issues

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Therapist (MSW, RSW, Social Worker)

Languages: English

Offers sliding scale, please book a 15mins consultation to discuss availability

MADELAINE ROBILLARD

Hello! My name is Madelaine, and I am a Registered Social Worker with the Alberta College of Social Workers. I graduated from the University of Calgary with both a Bachelor of Social Work and a Master of Clinical Social Work and have a Certificate in Expressive Arts Therapy from The Prairie Institute of Expressive Arts Therapy. I have been working in the field of mental health for 8 years in the areas of domestic abuse, child welfare, Indigenous services, 2SLGBTQ+ identities, education, and healthcare.

I identify as a cis-gender woman who values spiritual and heart-based connections above all else. My work is centered around various perspectives and frameworks such as Indigenous ways of knowing and Indigenous Wholistic Theory, Buddhist psychology, quantum theory, and spirituality. Some of the roots that ground my practice are in working from a trauma-informed, trauma-sensitive, body-centered, intersectional, anti-oppressive, and sex positive approach. My communication style is gentle but direct and I believe in having authentic conversations with a value for honesty and transparency. A session with me may include expressive arts that aid in processing and expression, mindfulness and meditation, somatic and movement explorations, and are blended with a cognitive/narrative, solutions focused, strengths based, and wholistic approach. Being person-centered, I adapt my methods to meet the needs of my clients.

Some of the areas I specialize in are with Two-Spirit, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Non-Binary, Queer and other 2SLGBTQ+ populations, couples, poly, and ethically non-monogamous relationships, kink and BDSM, domestic abuse, Indigenous populations, BIPOC poulations, ADHD, chronic pain, and spirituality. I strongly believe in finding the best therapist possible to support your personal needs and goals for healing and growth and encourage people to set up a free 15-minute consultation to assess fit.

Modalities

Expressive Arts therapy
Sex therapy
Mindfulness based interventions
Spirituality focused therapy
Indigenous cultural practices

Clients

Adults
Families
Sex therapy
2SLGBTQI+ populations
Couples, poly, and ethically non-monogamous relationships
Kink and BDSM
Domestic abuse
Indigenous
BIPOC
ADHD
Chronic pain
Spirituality
Trauma
Conflict Resolution

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Registered Provisional Psychologist

Languages: English

Offers sliding scale, please book a 15mins consultation to discuss availability

LORI JOHNSTONE

I am a Registered Provisional Psychologist with the College of Alberta Psychologists. I have had a lifelong interest in psychology, especially the psychology of relationships and how the connections we form shape us as individuals. My personal philosophy around change is that when we make the decision to change, and are provided appropriate support and systems around us—we are better able to make a shift toward wellbeing. I have special interest in collaborating with individuals who are experiencing anxiety and depression, challenging life transitions, grief and loss, in addition to relational challenges to help instill strategies for reducing symptoms and increasing quality of life. I am also interested in working with ADHD, autism, and LGBTQ2S+ communities.

As your therapist, my goal will be in providing a safe, culturally sensitive, and trauma-informed environment expressing my sincere humility and a gentle curiosity into your unique perspective. Therefore, I tailor the approach to each individual. It is important to me to de-stigmatize mental health issues, allowing my own vulnerability to arise in the therapy room, enhancing our shared humanity. Together we will work towards instilling the change you wish to see.

I have learned that the key factor for success in therapy lies in the therapy relationship. Don’t hesitate to contact me for a complimentary consultation and discover if we could be the right fit for you!

Modalities

Person-Centered Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Solution-Focused Therapy

Mindfulness- Based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Narrative Therapy

Gottman Method Couples Therapy

Clients

Adults (18+)

Couples

ADHD

Autism

Anxiety

Depression

Family Estrangement

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Counselling Intern

Languages: English

Offers sliding scale, please book a 15mins consultation to discuss availability

EMMA MCALARY

Hello! My name is Emma, and I am a dedicated counselling intern completing my Master’s degree in at City University in Calgary. I value fostering a safe and supportive environment for individuals on their journey toward personal growth and healing. Grounded in the belief that each person’s experiences and identities shape their worldview, I approach counselling through a culturally infused lens, honouring the unique backgrounds and perspectives of every client.


Outside of counselling, I hold a Bachelor’s degree in science with a minor in biology, reflecting my dedication to understanding human development and the intricacies of life. I also find great joy in my hobby of partner dancing, both as a competitor and teacher, using movement as a means of expression and connection.


With a passion for empowering others, I strive to help individuals identify and pursue their goals, whether they related to are mental health, relationships, or personal development. Through active listening, empathy, and evidence-based techniques, I collaborate with my clients to explore challenges, build resilience, and cultivate positive change.

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Counselling Student
Offers sliding scale, please book a 15mins consultation to discuss availability

DANIELLE TOPLEY

Hi there! My name is Danielle, and I am completing my Master of Counselling degree at City University in Calgary. My ongoing education and life experiences have instilled a deep appreciation for the complexity of human experiences. I have experience providing holistic care to children, youth, and families, including providing behavioral intervention for children with autism spectrum disorder.

I trust that everyone has the ability to shape and achieve their version of a fulfilling life. I believe that despite vulnerabilities and hardships, tremendous strength resides within every individual. Through a culturally sensitive and trauma-informed lens, I am committed to supporting you in identifying and harnessing this strength.

I am dedicated to building a secure relationship where you not only feel heard but also respected and at ease. I offer a non-judgmental space to explore your unique therapeutic needs and goals. I would be honoured to walk alongside you on your journey toward self-discovery, satisfaction, and an improved sense of well-being.

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Therapist (MSW, RCSW, Social Worker)

 

Languages: English & Akan

 

MARTHA DONKOR

I am a Registered Clinical Social Worker with over 10 years experience in providing therapy to individuals, families, couples and groups. My practice focuses in the areas of trauma, substance use, mood/personality disorders, women’s health, domestic violence, relationship/couples counseling etc.

Trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), I work with individuals who have experienced trauma. I help individuals to understand and process distressing memories and flashbacks using bilateral stimulation.

My expertise provides services to individuals dealing with depression, anxiety, stress management trauma, relationship challenges, life transitions, grief & loss, identity, self-esteem, substance use, anger management and many other mental health challenges.

I provide culturally appropriate therapy with diversed individuals using a range of frameworks.

Modalities

Cognitive Behavior Therapy
EMDR
DBT
EFT – couples counselling
Narrative therapy

Clients

Addiction and Mental health, including substance use
Depression
Anxiety
Stress management
Trauma and PTSD
Personality Disorders
Bipolar disorder
Borderline Personality Disorders
Anger management
Couples and relationship counselling
Parenting
ADHD

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Registered Provisional Psychologist

Languages: Ukrainian and English

 

BOZHENA FEDYNETS

I believe that the therapy process should feel safe, supportive, non-judgmental, and be customized to address the specific concerns, needs, and goals of each individual. I care deeply about clients’ unique stories when considering how to best help them and believe in the power of personalized care. Through genuine curiosity and listening, I work collaboratively with my clients towards real healing and growth. Whether a person is facing challenges, seeking personal growth, or striving for greater self-understanding, I am here to help.

I value being my genuine self with my clients and providing therapy in a warm and compassionate way. My approach is founded on kindness, care, non-judgment, and seeing client strengths. I believe in fostering genuine connections with my clients and building a therapeutic relationship based on trust, respect, and mutual understanding.

My background in mental health since 2015 has allowed me to work with clients of all ages and many diverse backgrounds. My past work in men’s and women’s clinics refined my customization of therapy to mens and womens issues. Throughout my career, I have also been fortunate to learn different cultural and spiritual healing practices; I care deeply about providing culturally competent care to clients. As an immigrant, I empathize with missing family back home, learning a new language, and feeling alone in a new place. Therapy becomes much more effective when a client feels understood and I believe improvements are much more likely if people’s backgrounds and stories are valued.

Ultimately, we all want to live a peaceful and meaningful life; I wish to help clients discover their inner potential, cultivate resilience, build greater self-awareness and pave the way towards personal growth and fulfillment.

Modalities

Person Centered Therapy
Multicultural Approaches
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Mindfulness Therapy and Somatic Experience
Trauma Informed and Addictions Therapy
Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT)

Clients

Depression and Anxiety
Self Esteem
Coping Skills
Emotional Regulation Skills
Young Adult Issues
School Issues
Spirituality and Finding Purpose
Grief
Family Conflict

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Registered Provisional Psychologist

Languages: Vietnamese and English

Offers sliding scale, please book a 15mins consultation to discuss availability

CHRISTINA HONG

Hello there! I’m Christina, I am a Registered Provisional Psychologist with the College of Alberta Psychologists, and I hold a Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology.

My journey into psychology was sparked by my genuine love for connecting with people. To me, I believe that counselling at its core is the genuine collaborative connection of individuals coming together to navigate this wonderfully bizarrely life of ours.

In my role, my mission is to create a warm, supportive, and judgment-free space where you can authentically explore your thoughts, feelings, and experiences. Together, we’ll work on developing a clearer sense of self and purpose, self-compassion, and fostering resilience in navigating life. I aim to be a compassionate witness and a reliable support system on your journey toward self-discovery. My approach is firmly grounded in cultural sensitivity, strength-based methodologies, and trauma-informed practices. Drawing from continuous education and training, I integrate a blend of therapeutic methods, including person-centred therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT), and personalized mindfulness techniques, all tailored to meet your unique needs and goals.

I am honoured and enthusiastic about the opportunity to connect with you on your journey toward exploration, growth, and holistic well-being.

Modalities

Person-centred Therapy

Trauma-Informed Therapy

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT)

Mindfulness

Clients

Anxiety

Depression

Grief

Trauma

Spirituality

Relationship Issues

Self-Esteem