“If you risk nothing, you risk everything”
– Geena Davis

Who We See and How We Can Help

Our primary areas of focus are:

1) Anxiety & Depression

2) Burnout & General Overwhelm

3) Interpersonal Relationships (Individual)

4) Alcohol Addiction and Relapse Prevention

5) RCMP VAC members, biannual assessments, one-to-one therapy


Sometimes it’s hard to identify exactly what the problem is but talking about it in a
safe and welcoming environment is usually enormously helpful.

Perhaps you’re feeling overwhelmed or know somewhere deep inside yourself there’s got to be more to life than this?

Lao Tzu said, “The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.”




We are a practice built on integrity. We are in the business of helping people, and we take that very seriously. As a result, we firmly believe that if we do a good job and help clients create lasting change, we will eventually work ourselves out of a job.

Integrity is about having a strong moral compass and doing the right thing. You can rest assured that we value each client that walks through our doors and aim to provide the best care possible. We too have had to seek guidance along the way, and that knowledge has helped inform us of what does and doesn’t work.

Plus, we listen, and we’re good at it. We want to hear about your goals and aspirations, and we want to help you find solutions to the things that stand in your way.

One of our core beliefs at Head Coach Psychology & Consulting is that we all have the ability to change the trajectory of our lives. It’s never too late to begin anew. Sometimes we lack the tools needed to navigate the road, and sometimes we lack the confidence to move forward. Regardless of where you are on your journey, we are here to support you.

We can help you uncover patterns in your thinking and/ or behaviour; we can support you as you rediscover your direction; and together, we can map out a strategy that will get you back on track.

It’s good to talk.

why now?

Even You’ve heard it before, asking for help is not a sign of weakness; it’s a sign of strength. One of the biggest misconceptions about self-help is that we have to do it alone. Asking for help takes courage. It takes guts to be able to share your innermost secrets with another person, especially someone you don’t know.

Enter trust.

It takes time to build trust. No question. However, we often sell ourselves short in the intuition department. Trusting our instincts is a learned process. Once we are able to count some intuitive success, we begin to trust more readily.

In the beginning though it’s hard, but you must risk a little in order to relish in the payoff. You are a culmination of your life experiences. They are part of you, but they do not have to define your future unless you want them to.

Therapy is a place where you can reflect on the past, discover the power in the present and make new decisions moving forward. It can even be fun to learn about how we fit into the world and understand how truly powerful we are. More often than not, change involves some degree of risk. But even a super small change can make significant difference as long as commitment and consistency are part of the equation.

Einstein was on to something when he said that the definition of insanity is repeating the same behaviour over and over and expecting a different result. If you want a different future, something has to change.

As with anything in life you have to decide when the time is right to seek therapy. Deep inside we usually know when we need to talk to someone.

Whenever you decide that time is now, we’ll be here!


It's Good To Talk.

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We strive to meet all appointment requests within 5 business days whenever possible.

**All Alberta sessions are offered through secure video conference. British Columbia residents will have the option of either online or in person appointments in Kelowna.**