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South Edmonton Therapists & Psychologists

South Edmonton Therapists & Psychologists: Your Path to Emotional Wellness

Welcome to South Edmonton, a thriving community where the hustle and bustle of life meets the need for emotional well-being. In the midst of this vibrant community, Virtuous Circle Counselling stands as a beacon of support for individuals seeking therapy and psychology services. As South Edmonton Therapists, we understand the unique challenges that residents face, and we are here to provide compassionate and effective care.

Our Edmonton Therapists

Davinder Pandher, Registered Psychologist | Virtuous Circle Counselling
Davinder Pandher
MACP, DCP Candidate
Registered Psychologist/ Therapist
Justine Jacques Edmonton Therapist
Justine Jacques
Registered Provisional Psychologist/Therapist

Why Choose South Edmonton Therapists at Virtuous Circle Counselling?

At Virtuous Circle Counselling, our team of dedicated therapists and psychologists is committed to your emotional well-being. We offer a range of services tailored to meet the diverse needs of individuals in South Edmonton. Here’s what sets us apart:

  • Comprehensive Therapy Services: Our South Edmonton therapists treat adolescents and adults and specialize in a wide array of therapeutic approaches to address various mental health concerns, including anxiety, depression, anger management, trauma, PTSD, phobias, divorce, grief, ADHD, self-esteem issues, and eating disorders.
  • Professional Expertise: Our psychologists in South Edmonton are highly trained and experienced in their respective fields. They bring a depth of knowledge and a compassionate approach to every session.
  • Holistic Approach: We believe in a holistic approach to mental health. Our therapists work collaboratively with clients to understand their unique challenges, offering personalized treatment plans that consider emotional, cognitive, and behavioral aspects.
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Types of Therapy Offered in South Edmonton

Anxiety Therapy

In a world that can be overwhelming, our anxiety therapy in South Edmonton provides strategies to manage stress, reduce anxious thoughts, and regain control.

Depression Counselling

Depression can cast a shadow over life. Our depression counselling helps individuals explore the root causes of their feelings, develop coping mechanisms, and rediscover joy.

Anger Management

Anger is a natural emotion, but its management is crucial. Our South Edmonton therapists offer tools to navigate anger constructively, fostering healthier relationships.

Trauma Therapy & PTSD Counselling

For those carrying the weight of traumatic experiences, our trauma therapy and PTSD counselling provide a path to healing, resilience, and reclaiming one’s life.

Phobia Counselling

Phobias can be paralyzing. Our phobia counselling helps individuals confront and overcome irrational fears, promoting a sense of empowerment.

Divorce Counselling

Navigating the challenges of divorce requires emotional support. Our divorce counselling in South Edmonton assists individuals in managing the emotional impact and moving forward.

Grief Counselling

Grieving is a unique process for everyone. Our grief counselling provides a compassionate space to explore emotions and find ways to cope with loss.

ADHD Counselling

ADHD can present unique challenges. Our ADHD counselling focuses on developing strategies for organization, time management, and emotional regulation.

Self-Esteem Counselling

Building a positive self-image is foundational to mental health. Our self-esteem counselling encourages self-discovery and nurtures a healthier self-concept.

Eating Disorder Therapy

Eating disorders demand specialized care. Our eating disorder therapy addresses the emotional aspects, promoting a balanced relationship with food and body image.

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What Sets Our Psychologists in South Edmonton Apart?

Understanding the Role of a Therapist

Therapists play a pivotal role in guiding individuals through their mental health journey. They are trained professionals who provide support, offer coping strategies, and facilitate self-discovery.

The Role of a Psychologist

Psychologists, on the other hand, hold advanced degrees in psychology and are licensed to diagnose and treat mental health disorders. They often use evidence-based approaches to therapy.

Is Therapy Covered by Alberta Health Care?


One common question residents ask is whether therapy is covered by Alberta Health Care. While Alberta Health Care does not cover the costs of private therapy services, many insurance plans provide coverage. Our team can assist you in navigating insurance options to make therapy more accessible.

How to Get a Therapist in South Edmonton: A Simple Guide


Getting a therapist in South Edmonton is a straightforward process:

  • Reach Out: Contact Virtuous Circle Counselling to schedule an initial consultation.
  • Assessment: During the first session, your therapist will conduct an assessment to understand your needs and goals.
  • Personalized Plan: Based on the assessment, a personalized treatment plan will be developed to address your unique challenges.
  • Begin Your Journey: Embark on your mental health journey with the support of our experienced therapists.

Choosing the Best Psychologist in South Edmonton


Selecting the best psychologist in South Edmonton involves considering factors such as:

  • Experience: Look for psychologists with expertise in the specific area you need assistance with.
  • Approach: Consider whether the psychologist’s therapeutic approach aligns with your preferences.
  • Compatibility: Building a strong therapeutic relationship is essential. Choose a psychologist with whom you feel comfortable and understood.

Is Therapy Free in Edmonton?

While therapy is not free in Edmonton, there are publicly funded resources available for those facing financial constraints. Our team can provide information on affordable options and guide you toward accessible mental health support.

The Fastest Way to Get a Therapist

The fastest way to get a therapist is to reach out directly to Virtuous Circle Counselling. Our streamlined intake process ensures prompt scheduling of initial consultations, allowing you to begin your therapeutic journey without unnecessary delays.

Should I See a Psychologist? Deciding on Seeking Help

If you’re wondering whether you should see a psychologist, consider the following:

  • Persistent Challenges: If you’re facing persistent challenges that impact your daily life, seeking the help of a psychologist can provide valuable insights and strategies.
  • Changes in Mood or Behavior: Significant changes in mood or behavior may indicate underlying mental health concerns that a psychologist can help address.
  • Relationship Struggles: Psychologists are skilled in assisting individuals and couples facing challenges in their relationships.

Your Journey to Emotional Wellness Starts Here

Virtuous Circle Counselling is your partner on the journey to emotional wellness. Our South Edmonton therapists and psychologists are ready to support you in navigating life’s challenges and achieving mental health and well-being. Take the first step toward a healthier, happier life by reaching out to us today.

Contact Virtuous Circle Counselling in South Edmonton

Ready to begin your journey to emotional wellness? Contact Virtuous Circle Counselling in South Edmonton.

Your emotional well-being is our priority. Let’s walk this path together.

Book Your Appointment Online

We are currently accepting new clients however being a good fit is everything in a therapeutic alliance. When you’re ready, please contact us for a free 30-minute phone consultation to see if we match your needs and goals.

We at Virtuous Circle Counselling acknowledge Moh’kinstsis, the lands where the Bow and Elbow rivers meet, in what we currently call Calgary. We acknowledge that we are visitors on Moh’kinsstis and acknowledge the Blackfoot are those who named this area as Moh’kinsstis. In the spirit of Truth and Reconciliation, we recognize the ancestral territories, cultures, and oral practices of the Blackfoot people, the Îyarhe Nakoda Nations, the Dene people of the Tsuut’ina Nation, and the Métis Nation of Alberta, Region 3.