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•    Anxiety & Depression

•    LGBTQIA2S+, Identity and Belonging

•    Self-Esteem and Self-Confidence

•    Sports Performance, Recruitment and Testing Consultation

•    Educational Supports and Academic Advising

•    Post-Secondary and Career Counselling


**Preferred Treatment Approaches:**


•    Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

•    Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy

•    Mindfulness Based Therapy (MCBT)

•    Performance on Demand and Sport Performance Coaching

•    Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT)



•    Master of Counselling, University of Calgary

•    Master of Education, Harvard University

•    Bachelor of Psychology, Yale University

Erin Feser            

Registered Psychologist

Erin is a former competitive hockey player and high school counsellor. Currently, outside of private practice, Erin is also a teacher, delivers team sports performance sessions, is a wife to a first responder, and volunteers to coach her children’s sports teams. Her happy place is her parent's cabin on Pigeon Lake.


Erin has worked extensively with youth and families within the context of the education system. Throughout Erin’s time of working in education, she has developed expertise in conducting psychoeducational, mental health and behavioral assessments, as well as in developing recommendations for student support plans. She has provide psychological consultation to teachers, school administrators, medical and mental health professionals, as well as parents.


Erin was a member and captain of the Yale Women’s Ice Hockey team. She also played and coached in the CWHL with the Calgary Inferno. Using her education and athletic experience, Erin has provided sports psychology services and recruitment support in a variety of sports to a number of individuals looking to pursue their dreams in international competition, WHL, NCAA and USport leagues. Erin is also familiar with standardized testing and can offer guidance to athletes and families looking for support.


She is passionate about combining her personal interests with her professional training to connect with clients, working collaboratively with them to identify and meet goals set through therapy, offering a variety of tools and strategies to help them build resiliency through strength-based approaches. 


**Regulated By:**


Erin is a Registered Psychologist and is regulated by the College of Alberta Psychologists.




Erin provides therapy to individuals, including children (8+), adolescents and adults. 


Erin can provide formal assessment and diagnosis for a variety of mood disorders and ADHD. 


Melissa Hanson

Registered Provisional Psychologist

Melissa is a Registered Provisional Psychologist in the province of Alberta. Melissa graduated from Athabasca University with a Master of Counselling in Counselling Psychology. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a Sociology minor from the University of Alberta.


Melissa has been active in the community through many years of volunteer work as a youth mentor and distress line listener. Melissa gained invaluable experience working with diverse individuals and managing crises.


Melissa gained further therapy experience through an internship at The Family Center. At The Family Center, she worked with a variety of individuals in an office setting, but also worked within the school system, providing therapy to youth.


Melissa believes that when we are hurting that sometimes we need a little support to remind ourselves to take care of ourselves. As such, Melissa incorporates compassion and self-compassion practices to help support her clients, while working from a variety of counselling modalities. Counselling modalities include solution-focused therapy, cognitive-behavior therapy, narrative therapy, family systems therapy, and mindfulness-based approaches. Using a relational, client-centered, and strength-based approach, Melissa sees clients as the expert in their own situations and thus will empower her clients to use their own agency and resources as a focus. Melissa empowers clients by adjusting her methods as needed for their own unique individual needs.


Melissa practices individual therapy for adults and adolescents (16 +) in areas of anxiety, depression, stress, self-harm, suicidal ideation, life transitions, peer relationships, relationship issues, school issues, women’s issues, cultural/racial concerns, and much more. Melissa’s special interests include areas of anxiety, depression, cultural/racial concerns, and working with young adults and new moms.


Melissa is a wife, a mother to two beautiful girls, and a cat mom to two furry kitties. In her spare time, Melissa enjoys painting, reading, yoga, biking, swimming, travelling, and much more.


Areas of Interest:

  • Individual Therapy Adults and Teens (16+)

  • Young Adults

  • New Moms

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Stress

  • Self-Harm

  • Suicidal Ideation

  • Life Transitions

  • Peer Relationships

  • Relationship Issues

  • School Issues

  • Women's Issues

  • Cultural/Racial Concerns

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