Glad you found your way here.

here you can


with either a

Student Therapist

— or a —

Registered Psychologist

Unclear on your preference?

Let’s start with bringing that into focus.

On your venture to find someone to connect with,
understanding the credentials our therapists hold
is a great place to start.

Student Therapists


skillfully support clients with a wide range of concerns

flexible availability, often within the week

gain additional perspectives & develop further insights through supervision

significantly reduced rates

[$60/$80 for individuals or couples, respectively]

potential for receiving free or further-reduced rates may be discussed within a complimentary consultation

Registered Psychologists


registered with the provincial regulatory body

expanded therapeutic skilset, refined & developed

through advanced trainings and years of experience

[regular rate is $200]

discover support that


with your path forward

Take a moment to get to know what we’re all about!

Our Student Therapists listed below are currently accepting new clients to offer affordable therapy sessions, as they refine and develop their skills within key areas of passion.

Karen Aloisio — Student Therapist

Karen creates a warm space for her clients to share their stories. She most often works with clients to build self-esteem, resolve uncomfortable patterns within relationships, and provide healing for those with PTSD. Passionate about supporting clients across Alberta to build fulfilling connections and relationships that thrive, she also has a special interest in working with folx who are just beginning their journeys into exploring polyamory, as well as those interested in enriching existing poly dynamics. She often brings attention to nurturing secure attachments, and values using a trauma-informed approach in her work.

“Beyond non-judgment is a place of fierce appreciation for who you are. I believe in growth, healing and celebrating as we find spaces to explore our deepest selves.”

Lindi Larsen-Williams — Student Therapist

Lindi is eager to connect with clients who are ready engage in self-reflection and self-advocacy, as they cultivate more satisfying relationships and reclaim the narrative of their lives. She supports people of all genders and is happy to work with queer folx who are exploring themselves within poly relationships. While currently focusing on work with adult individuals, Lindi brings 10 years of experience working with families, youth and children with disabilities to her practice.

For those who are interested, Lindi brings in a zest for exploring imagination through metaphor, dreams, art and writing, from a Jungian perspective.  She supports clients who are navigating neurodiversity, those learning to better care for themselves, and parents looking to practice connected caregiving with their children. Lindi also works with clients who are keen to distill their values as they connect with courage and integrity, and navigate experiences with patriarchy.

“When we are confined by our problems, we can often find freedom in imagination.”

Experience the ease

that comes naturally

with knowing

you’re well supported.

Kirsten Kachuk — Registered Psychologist

Kirsten is expanding her availability to accept new clients in August 2022.

An invaluable resource to clients who are keen to uncover their best life, Kirsten partners with her clients to catalyze meaningful shifts in their lives by connecting with purpose, nurturing strong relationships, and strengthening emotion regulation. She joins clients in exploring how we see ourselves in light of the constructs and social contexts we are immersed in throughout our lives, and brings appreciation to how our truths are woven from our unique experiences and perspectives. Her clients include individuals, couples, families, teens, and those nurturing connections ranging from romantic relationships to business partnerships.

Kirsten draws upon Emotion Focused Therapy to guide her client’s in navigating emotions with increased confidence and explores personally meaningful stories through Narrative Therapy. She grounds her work in a solid appreciation of attachment theory, with over two decades of experience offering therapy as a Marriage and Family Therapist, over a decade of experience as a psychologist, and a handful of years partnering with clients and facilitating Women’s Boundary Groups with LifeRoots.

“Healthy boundaries are the fertile ground that bring forth deep, fulfilling intimate connections in our lives.”

Resonate with Kirsten’s profile, and feel eager to get started?

Whether you’re looking to connect with a therapist with similar experience, insight or perspectives, or if you’re curious to experience the therapy approaches mentioned, a complimentary consultation is an opportunity for you to share what aspects of Kirsten’s profile resonated with you. You’ll receive recommendations for therapists who align with these points of interest, who are currently accepting clients to start in the short-term, with no waitlist.

For those interested in allowing for a smooth transition to deeper exploration with Kirsten in the fall, working with a student therapist in the interim may be an affordable option to lay some groundwork. Feel free to request more information about interim therapy options with a student therapist within your consultation.

You have options.

Lindsay Redman — Registered Psychologist

Lindsay is passionate about taking time to explore your inner experience. Whether this means being present for emotion, honouring your stories or memories, exploring the patterns that arise for you as you connect with yourself or others in your life, or acknowledging physical sensations that ebb and flow through your body, she views all aspects of our experience and the perspectives we hold, as a rich paths toward growth and connection.

She attentively adjusts the pace and focus ongoing within her client sessions, guiding curiosity to flow, making space for insight to arrive naturally, and providing opportunities to shift and feel through emotions gently, in real-time. Her clients are making time to invite further connection into their lives in numerous ways, including artistic pursuits, career exploration, parenting, and romantic and/ or sexual partnerships.

Lindsay enjoys connecting with clients exploring their relationship with neurodiversity, sexuality, gender, kink, and relationship styles including polyamory and relationship anarchy, whether these are aspects of your life that you would like to bring active focus to within your sessions, or if these are simply peripheral details you’d like your therapist to have some base understanding around.

“We naturally experience growth when met with presence and connection.”

Asking for help can feel like a big step.

Bring a strong path forward into focus.

Let’s find you a suitable therapist to embark with.