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Please note new pricing for all massages is now in effect. This is to keep in-line with the associations and inflation costs.
All clients are required to have a credit card on file to book online. 24 hours notice is required to cancel or change an appointment. If 24 hours notice is not provided the full fee / cost of the session will be charged to the card on file. If you have any questions about these policies, please feel free to discuss with your practitioner or call the office to speak with our Office Manager at 403-454-7600. We appreciate your understanding on this matter.
We continue to be mindful of safety around COVID-19 so we ask that all clients not enter the building more than 5 minutes prior to your appointment. If you are waiting for someone we kindly ask that you wait in your cars or outside for their appointment to end. We are all trying to do our part to stop the spread and to make sure everyone feels safe.
Please note Jennifer Mitchell is unable to accept new clients. One of our other practitioners would be happy to work with you. Returning clients are welcome to book with her online.
Please note Andrea Rodgers is unable to accept new clients at this time, her caseload is currently full. One of our other practitioners would be happy to work with you.
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Body & Massage
Megan Campbell MC R.Psych
Megan holds an Honors Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology, an Honors Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology, and a Master’s Degree in Counselling Psychology. Megan has worked in the human services field since 2005 and has worked with children and families throughout her life in a variety of different roles. Megan currently works part-time doing single-session therapy as well as working with special needs children and their families. In her spare time, Megan loves to swim, work out regularly, and spend time with her son.
Areas of Interest and Knowledge
Megan has experience working with individuals, children, youth, couples, and families from diverse populations, including several years working with medium to high risk Aboriginal youth, their families, schools, and communities and their community support staff. Megan has worked with children with disabilities, and youth from diverse backgrounds, with challenging behaviours and complex needs. She has also worked in a supervisory role in a group home setting. Megan has worked with individuals dealing with Motor Vehicle Accidents and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Megan draws from several approaches based on the client’s needs and presenting concerns, including: Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, and Systems Theories.
Beliefs and Values
Megan believes that the client is the expert and that all clients bring many strengths and resiliencies that can be built upon to enact change. Megan is passionate about the work she does with clients in helping them to reach their goals and find harmony within their lives. Megan takes pride in her ability to be empathetic and understanding of different client circumstances.
Megan holds an Honors Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology, an Honors Bachelor of Science Degree... Read More
A graduate from MH Vicars school of massage therapy with 2200 hours, Laura wanted to have a career helping others find wellness in a peaceful and compassionate environment. Laura is a Cancer survivor of over 18 years. She knows first hand how positive human touch can help overall well being and recovery, during and after illness or injury. She has seen how massage therapy can improve many aspects of people’s daily busy lives, including boosting immune systems, decreasing stress levels, releasing tension, increasing mobility and creating an overall synergy and balance.
Laura strives to create a safe place for everyone. She is passionate about the body acceptance movement and believes everyone should feel welcome and respected on her table. She works to achieve this space for her clients by offering a deeply nourishing mind, body and soul experience.
Laura is experienced in Swedish relaxation massage, and deep tissue therapeutic massage including myofacial release, trigger points, manual therapies for common injuries including carpal tunnel syndrome, piriformis syndrome (also known as sciatica) and others. Laura is interested in continuing her education into different modalities to expand and provide better treatments, gentle and therapeutic, for all clients.
A graduate from MH Vicars school of massage therapy with 2200 hours, Laura wanted to have a care... Read More
Dr. Kayla Ekkel ND
Dr. Kayla has had a lifelong passion for health and healing. She studied Kinesiology in her undergraduate, majoring in Athletic Therapy. She then furthered her passion for knowledge in all facets of health by studying Naturopathic Medicine.
Dr. Kayla was drawn to Naturopathic Medicine by the beauty of facilitating healing in a way that is unique to each person. Dr. Kayla firmly believes that healing cannot be achieved through a 1-size fits all approach; that each person is an individual and not a diagnosis. No two people have the same life experiences and no two people experience disease in the same way.
Dr. Kayla works closely with each patient to understand the root cause of their health concerns. She creates individualized treatment plans that reflect your unique experiences and your unique health goals. Dr. Kayla uses a combination of supplements, acupuncture, botanical medicine, homeopathy, and nutrition and lifestyle suggestions to create a treatment plan tailored to you.
Dr. Kayla’s goal is to bring you out of a state of dis-ease and into balance so that you can live life to the fullest. Health is the culmination of many small steps – it is a journey. Dr. Kayla guides you through each step of your healing journey, empowering you to have confidence in and control over your health.
Outside of the clinic you can find Dr. Kayla walking in the woods, playing tennis, hanging out with her pets, drinking tea, and collecting plants.
Dr. Kayla has had a lifelong passion for health and healing. She studied Kinesiology in her under... Read More
Abrielle holds her Masters in Clinical Social Work from the University of Calgary, specializing in Infant, Early Childhood, School-aged and Adolescent Mental Health. She is proud to be a Registered Social Worker with the Alberta College of Social Workers. In both her professional life and her family life, Abrielle finds joy in being creative, playful, curious and getting outdoors.
Areas of Interests and Knowledge
Abrielle utilizes an Attachment Theory lens to walk alongside families in acknowledging their past and instilling hope for the future. She has extensive experience supporting children (5-18 years old) and their families, who are struggling with emotional regulation, anxiety, loss, trauma, transitions and enhancing parent-child connections. She draws on her knowledge and training in Emotionally Focused Therapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Circle of Security, and Play and Art therapy interventions.
Beliefs and Values
Over the last 15 years Abrielle has had the honour of collaborating with families to help facilitate a deeper understanding of their children’s needs and wellbeing. This starts with celebrating the diversity and uniqueness of each child, their family and their story. Abrielle is committed to being an ally and establishing a foundation of trust with families to nurture long term healing, growth and improved functioning.
Abrielle holds her Masters in Clinical Social Work from the University of Calgary, specializing i... Read More
Jan has been in Private Practice for over 30 years. She holds a Masters in Clinical Social Work from Wilfrid Laurier University and both a Bachelor of Social Work and a Bachelor of Arts from McMaster University. Jan draws from her years of experience using a number of the following: Brief Solution Focused Therapy, Interpersonal Psychotherapy, Cognitive Behavioral, Choice Theory, Emotion Focused Therapy, Family Systems Therapy, Play Therapy, Narrative and Feminist Therapy. Jan focuses on a strong relationship between the therapist and the client as a holding environment for communication and understanding as the basis for hope and help.
Areas of Interest and Knowledge
Jan’s background is in working with children, adolescents and their families. She works as well with trauma survivors, veterans and their families, couples experiencing difficulties in their relationship and with a variety of clients who have mental health issues including but not limited to bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety, panic disorder, post traumatic syndrome and complicated grief. Jan has raised three children of her own and has recently moved to Calgary from Prince Edward Island to be closer to her children.
Beliefs and Values
Jan loves working with people and bearing witness to the strength and resilience of the human spirit despite trauma and adversity. She values knowing these motivated individuals who are seeking to change their lives through better understanding of themselves and others. Jan tailors her approach to the individual client(s), using her background and experience to suit the client(s) needs. Bringing out each individual’s authentic self is an important part of this journey.
Jan has been in Private Practice for over 30 years. She holds a Masters in Clinical Social Work ... Read More
Jenna is a Certified Holistic Nutritional Consultant and a Precision Nutrition Level One Coach. Through her formal education and experience, she believes nutrient-dense foods are the key to optimal health. Nurturing the body starts with whole food. But she also believes it’s not about the food. How we view food and our relationships towards food is the bigger issue. The harder issue, the issue that people shy away. Keeping the weight off for 5 years isn’t because nutrition and running became her passions, but because she learned to have a healthy relationship with food.
Jenna is a Certified Holistic Nutritional Consultant and a Precision Nutrition Level One Coach. T... Read More
For returning or referred clients, please contact me at email@example.com to book an appointment should there be none available online that works for you.
Cayla is a Registered Psychologist with the College of Alberta Psychologists and has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Masters of Science in Counselling Psychology from the University of Calgary. In her spare time she dabbles in music, dance, yoga, and crafting.
Areas of Interest and Learning
Cayla has worked primarily in collaboration with rural and urban educational institutions providing counselling therapy and consultation to clients K-grade 12, post-secondary students of all ages, parents, and educators. Recently she worked in the area of domestic abuse and violence. Her area of research during her Masters was on stigma experiences of women with piercings and tattoos in the workplace. She creatively utilizes Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) supplemented with solution-focused, narrative, response-based and art based modalities.
Cayla has created numerous workshops and presentations - please feel free to contact her if this is something you would be interested in.
Beliefs and Values
Cayla believes that counselling should always be a choice. She hopes to provide clients a new and fresh experience with counselling. She strives to provide a genuine and validating environment whilst letting the client drive the bus in the direction they feel is most helpful for them.
To Note: She is only accepting online or phone clients at this time, as such, she is accepting clients ages 15+. If you would like to contact or book directly, please email Cayla at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Tessa Martin BA MC R.Psyc
Owner, Registered Psychologist
“Getting to know my clients better so we can work as a team to reach their goals will always be the basis for starting a life of wellness. Serenity Now rooted from the desire to not only be my own boss, but to be a witness to the remarkable successes of my clients.”
Tessa began her career at the University of Calgary. Completing her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, she started to work with children with learning disabilities. Tessa chose to continue her education, and obtained a Masters Degree in Counselling Psychology at Campus Alberta – a collaborative program with the University of Calgary, University of Lethbridge and Athabasca University.
Beliefs and Values
Human nature is based on the premise that every behaviour has a functional purpose, though it may not always feel that way. Tessa see’s that humans are hardwired to protect themselves, enabling them to create elaborate defense mechanisms. Often times, people seek counselling due to behaviour that doesn’t feel functional. These behaviours can create stress and discomfort, however, they did serve the purpose of defending you from real or perceived threats.
Tessa values the support her clients are given throughout their journey, and hopes to help them understand the feelings that don’t feel natural, and bring them closer to seeing their feelings ‘once functional’ purpose. Tessa wants all her clients to look at themselves and their habits with love and without judgment.
Owner, Registered Psychologist “Getting to know my clients better so we can work as a team to re... Read More
Use this schedule for both online or in person appts. PLEASE NOTE - JENN IS UNABLE TO TAKE NEW CLIENTS but one of our other therapists would be happy to provide you with an initial appointment* Jennifer holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, a Master’s Degree in Counselling Psychology and a PhD in Community Health Sciences. She is a Registered Psychologist and has training in Hakomi, a mindfulness- centered somatic psychotherapy and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Treatment for Trauma. She is currently working on a her Sexual Health Certification through University of Alberta.
Jenn works with out- of -control sexual behavior, sexual health, relational trauma due to infidelity, childhood and developmental trauma, chronic pain and anxiety. She combines her experiences in dog rescue with her education to support individuals who are caring for, or have lost a pet. She has developed a special passion for working with individuals who are working in stressful, high pressure environments (e.g., academia, medical field) and are looking for coping tools to manage stress and burnout.
Jennifer employs a multifaceted approach to best support the unique, individual needs of each client. She largely draws on psychoeducation, solution focused and brief therapy methods, and narrative techniques to develop functional goals and strategies with her clients. Drawing, journaling, inner child work, mindfulness and bibliotherapy are often used to help clients process their experiences.
Use this schedule for both online or in person appts. PLEASE NOTE - JENN IS UNABLE TO TAKE NEW CL... Read More
Jennifer Mitchell / Online/phone sessions
Returning ClientsPLEASE use this schedule if you require an ONLINE or PHONE session. Please refer to Jenn’s other schedule if you require in-person. If you are a new client, looking a for therapist, one of our other counsellors would be happy to help you.
Returning ClientsPLEASE use this schedule if you require an ONLINE or PHONE session. Please refer... Read More
Kayla holds a Bachelor of Arts Psychology Honours Degree and a Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology Degree. She is a Registered Provisional Psychologist and has education and training in grief therapy, human development, emotional regulation, cultural diversity, trauma-informed care and professional ethics. Kayla works primarily from the frameworks of Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Narrative Therapy, and Solution-Focused Therapy. Outside of work, Kayla loves swimming, hiking, camping, and trying out new craft projects.
Areas of Interest Kayla works with children, adolescents, adults, and families and is knowledgeable in the areas of grief, anxiety, depression, stress, addictions, and concerns related to interpersonal relationships, health and wellness, schoolwork, emotional regulation, and self-esteem. Kayla has experience counselling individuals and families seeking grief support after a loss. She also has experience working with individuals of the 2SLGBTQ+ community, particularly adolescents experiencing distress related to gender identity.
Beliefs and Values Kayla likes to use the metaphor of a cooking recipe to explain her view of therapy. All clients are diverse and unique, and there is no single recipe that suits everyone. Kayla values collaboration and encourages clients to play an active role in creating their therapeutic “recipe” along the way. Kayla believes that clients enter therapy with the “ingredients” needed to achieve their desired goals, and that exploring the use of these ingredients together can lead to transformation.
Kayla understands that during difficult times in life, it can feel impossible to find hope. Kayla’s warm therapeutic approach makes space for this experience. She accompanies each client along their unique journey and aims to shine light on small glimmers of hope along the way.
Kayla holds a Bachelor of Arts Psychology Honours Degree and a Master of Arts in Counselling Psyc... Read More
Masters of Science in Educational Psychology with a specialization in School & Applied Child Psychology
Andrea is currently full and is not accepting new clients
Andrea is a Registered Psychologist who specializes in working with Children, Teens and their Families. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (Honours - First Class), and a Master of Science in Educational Psychology with a specialization in School and Applied Child Psychology from the University of Calgary. She has training and experience in providing psychoeducational assessments, developmental and behavioural interventions, counselling, and social skills interventions including certification in the Program for the Enrichment and Education of Relational Skills (PEERS), and counselling. She has pursued additional certifications and training in counselling modalities including: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Crisis Intervention. In addition to private practice, Andrea works as a School Psychologist where she provides Assessment, Intervention, and School Based Mental Health services for students with complex needs. She also has the privilege of working as a School Psychologist in a First Nations Community. Finally, she is the Clinical Coordinator of the PEERS program for teens with Autism Spectrum Disorder at the University of Calgary. In her spare time, she loves hiking, snowshoeing, barre classes, and spending time with family and friends.
Areas of Knowledge and Interest Andrea is passionate about working with children and teens who are experiencing learning, behavioural, and mental health challenges. Her training in school and child psychology has provided her with a strong understanding of child development and strategies to promote academic achievement, positive behaviour and mental health. After working as a Case Coordinator in Domestic Violence at a Family Services agency, she developed a passion for helping individuals engage in health relationship behaviours. She supports children and teens who are experiencing interpersonal difficulties (e.g., unhealthy relationships, bullying, difficulties with peers, family conflict). Finally, Andrea has specialized training in working with Neurodiverse individuals (e.g., Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder ).
Andrea’s areas of specialty include: school concerns, emotional regulation, anxiety, counselling for neurodiverse individuals, social skills and friendship training, interpersonal relationships, positive behavior support, and building coping skills.
Please note: Andrea is available for evening and weekend appointment times only.
Beliefs and Values Andrea believes strongly in the importance of relationship-based practice and prioritizes developing a supportive, collaborative, and understanding approach with her clients. She operates from a strength-based perspective where she recognizes that all clients have important strengths that can be built upon to foster positive change and resilience. Andrea draws upon a variety of therapeutic approaches and developmentally appropriate techniques to best support the client’s unique needs and presentation.
Andrea is currently full and is not accepting new clients Andrea is a Registered Psychologist wh... Read More
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