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Kelly McGregor, RPC

Kelly McGregor has a Bachelor of Arts in Behavioural Science from Ambrose University and is a Registered Professional Counsellor with the Canadian Professional Counsellors Association.  For over six years she has worked in the field of mental health and addictions with both groups and individuals in residential settings. 

Kelly views the Counselling profession as a way to promote mental and psychological well-being. She sees counselling as a platform for healing, self-discovery and change.  In her practice Kelly uses a combination of person-centered, strength-based and narrative approaches as well as cognitive behavioural therapy. She has training in Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) and has completed level one of The  Gottman Institute for marriage counselling.  Kelly is a trained facilitator for SMART Recovery (Self-Management and Recovery Training) and, if preferred or requested, can also counsel from a Christian faith perspective as she has education and experience with prayer and pastoral counselling.

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Stacey Hagen, RPC

Stacey Hagen has a Bachelor of Arts in Behavioural Sciences from Rocky Mountain College and is a Registered Professional Counsellor with the Canadian Professional Counsellors Association. She has a wide variety of experience with diverse populations through her seven years of working with Calgary's inner-city population daily walking through addiction, mental illness, and homelessness.

Stacey views Counselling as an opportunity for each person to learn more about who they are and understand how they are uniquely designed while walking toward positive life change. She sees Counselling as a journey toward holistic well-being for each individual. Stacey offers a wide variety of theoretical approaches and techniques such as cognitive behavioural therapy, person-centred therapy, and behaviour therapy approaches. Stacey has also been trained in and has experience in Prayer Counselling and can provide Counselling from a Christian perspective if requested or preferred.