...walking your life journey with you.
- Clinical & Forensic Psychology
- Assessments & Counselling for all age groups
The battles within have no bruises that people around you can see, but you are the only one feeling the pain from these bruises. The comforting thing is that we can support you in healing from these wounds that no one can see. We can see them as we work and walk side by side with you in your healing journey.
Gilead means mountain top, healing, freedom, safety, a place of refuge, is associated with a balm that brings healing, soothes and relieves pain.
An easy-to-digest guide to health and happiness Parenting.
Parenting is a tough job; but the greatest gift! It is a physical and emotional journey with spiritual compass. Every stage in raising children comes with a fresh challenge.
I am a Registered Psychologist in Clinical and Forensic Psychology in Alberta, Canada; a member of Psychologists’ Association Alberta and a member of The Education and Training Foundation, United Kingdom. I obtained my Graduate Certificate in Psychology and Master’s Degree in Psychology from Institute of Education University of London [now University College London], and a Professional Post Graduate Certificate in Education from University of Greenwich, London both in United Kingdom. In the last 21 years, I have worked in three continents as a teacher, addictions counsellor; clinician and a Psychologist.
Currently, I work with children, youths, adults and families. I specialize in Clinical Assessments, Parenting, Addictions, Forensic Mental Health, Mental Health [ADHD, FASD, PTSD, Abandonments, Anger, Depression, Anxiety, Self Esteem, Autistic Spectrum Disorder], Traumas including inter-generational traumas, Relationships, Assertiveness, Behavioural and Family of Origin issues etc.
Although we do not direct-bill insurance providers, many extended medical plans cover therapy sessions with a Registered Psychologist in Alberta. You may be covered directly or through a health spending account. Please check with your provider.
If you cannot attend your scheduled appointment, please provide at least 24 hours’ notice.
A full-session fee is charged both for missed appointments and for cancellations with less than 24-hour notice.
If you feel uncomfortable with any aspect of your assessment or therapy, I encourage you to share your concerns with me. If you find that discussion is not possible, feels unsafe, or fails to resolve your concerns, you may contact the College of Alberta Psychologists (1-800-659-0857).
Our clients know to turn to us with any legal matter,
and that if the particular issue is beyond the scope of our practice areas, we will assist them in
finding the professional assistance that is required. Our legal team is versatile and relentless.
Training session are designed for Clinicians, psychologists, mental health workers, therapists, counselors, social workers, human services workers, family support workers, youth workers, chaplains, agencies and those aspiring to work in human services field.
February 15, 2020
Opportunities and Challenges of Marriage and Parenting in Canada
Nigerian Canadian Association Calgary [NCAC]