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Ms. Eileen Deswiage

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Ms. Eileen Deswiage

MS in Clinical Psychology, Capella University
Years in practice: 14
Offers:  Remote Therapy

My approach is solution focused and client centred. It’s important to listen to the client’s story and work on solutions together. I have used the ACT model (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) which uses CBT and mindfulness to help build healing skills and work on past traumas. It’s important to note that everyone is different, there is hope, and that it takes such courage to be here asking for help.

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
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Shift Intuit

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Shift Intuit

Number of Therapists: 5
Offers:  Remote Therapy, Individual Therapy
We are a group of compassionate and intuitive people working from a holistic perspective to deliver a unique counselling experience. At the beginning of a session we create an inviting space by connecting to our spiritual/energetic nature and becoming centered in our mind, body and heart. Our team works with many issues including grief, anxiety, depression, anger, traumas, self-esteem, self-harm, addiction, spiritual journey, and more.
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
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Stephanie Locke

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Stephanie Locke

MSW, University of Windsor
Years in practice: 7
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I’m a Saskatchewan-based therapist specializing in working with survivors of sexualized violence. I also work with people to support their mental health, reduce stress, and maintain healthy relationships. I understand the complexities of trauma and how it impacts the mind and the body. As a social worker and yoga teacher, I offed a mix of breath and body work to compliment talk therapy.

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
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