Our Team

We believe that therapeutic relationships are essential for progress in counselling. The experience of trust and safety is also important for valid psychological assessments. We draw upon our experiences, training and skills to create authentic connections and offer support for our clients.

Find out more by looking at our profiles below.

Alexandra Froese, M.Ed., Registered Psychologist #927

Areas of practice: Anxiety, grief, life changes, trauma and stress-related conditions

Work adjustment, relationship issues

Self-harm and suicidal ideation

Behavioural difficulties in children and teens (aggressive, oppositional, sexual behaviour problems)

Parenting and child-parent relationships

Comprehensive psychological and psycho-educational assessments

Adults, teens, and children

Luke Froese, BA, BSW, Registered Social Worker

Areas of Practice: Anxiety, depression, stress management

Adjustment to life changes and adversity

Relationship issues

Self-doubt, self-criticism, and self-blame

Addictions

Adults

Andrea Scerbe, M.A., PhD student

Areas of Practice: Anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive tendencies

Sleep difficulties, insomnia

Grief and loss, major life transitions, coping with stress and adversity

Relationship concerns

Adults, teens, children

Vanessa Driedger, MC, Registered Psychologist (Provisional) #1147

Areas of Practice: Anxiety, depression

Grief and loss, life changes, coping with stress and adversity

Relationship issues

Suicidal ideation

Behavioural problems in teens

Adults, teens

Stephanie Danger, M.Ed., Registered Psychologist (Provisional) #1082

Areas of Practice: Anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)

Life transitions

Relationship difficulties

Work concerns

Parenting

Suicidal ideation and self-harm

Chronic health conditions and chronic pain

Spirituality

Adults, teens, children

Nancy Buttinger, MC, Registered Psychologist (Provisional) #1167, Certified Canadian Counsellor

Areas of Practice: Death and dying, grief and bereavement

Anxiety and depression

Suicide, suicidal ideation, and self-harm

Adapting to life after serious injury/disease (e.g., limb amputations, cancer treatments and procedures)

Intimate partner violence (i.e., both perpetrators and victims)

Addictions: substance-use (e.g., alcohol, stimulants, and cannabis) and behavioural (e.g., pornography)

Marriage and relationships counselling

Marriage preparation and enrichment assessment

Military life

Spirituality

LGBTQ2S+

Adults, teens, children, couples