ASPEN & OAK
Ashlee Schmidt, BA, MACP (cand)
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Ashlee began her career in mental health in 2003. She attended the University of Saskatchewan, obtaining her Bachelor of Arts Psychology with Great Distinction in 2013. She is also certified in Medical Laboratory Assisting/Science, Anatomy & Physiology, Medical Terminology, and many others. Ashlee is a deferred Master of Arts Candidate in a Counselling Psychology program. She hopes to complete her program very soon, and start her PhD in the near future.
Ashlee opened two counselling practices as an owner and counselling therapist - one in Prince Albert, SK and one in Martensville, SK. Ashlee worked contractually for the University of Saskatchewan in a teaching and research capacity from 2007 to 2017. In these roles, Ashlee studied the effects of stress on memory, anxiety, depression and bipolar disorder, smartphone mechanisms to monitor mood instability, social determinants of health and relationship(s); and research methodology.
Ashlee is a non-registered professional member with the Canadian Counselling & Psychotherapy Association, and can be found on Psychology Today as a verified therapist. She is also a fully certified provider for Health Canada's Employee Assistance Services, Victim Services with the Ministry of Justice, Jordan's Principle (Child & Family Services), among many others.
Ashlee has a passion working with children and youth, and volunteers a good amount of her time assisting youth in reaching their goal(s). However, she works with individuals of all ages and walks of life.
Please do not hesitate to connect should you have questions!
c. 306.941.7974 | e. [email protected]
Abigail Anderson, BHs
Abigail completed her Bachelor of Health Sciences in 2011 from the University of Lethbridge, with a major in Addiction Counselling and a minor in Mental Health Counselling. She has worked extensively with First Nations populations and vulnerable populations (including children and youth, victim services, people experiencing homelessness and those impacted by missing and murdered women). Abigail also has extensive experience working with family separation, apprehension and within the legal system
Abigail works to address addictions and problem gambling as well as mental health, self-harm behaviors, and grief and crisis management. She provides Cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, narrative therapy using solution and strength-based, wrap-around approach.
Abigail believes that active client-involved case planning and treatment gives people the opportunity to move towards a healthier lifestyle
● Focus on addiction in any facet including problem gambling
● Mental health, grief, and crisis management systems
● Almost 10 years of experience in guiding people with an array of challenges
● Focus on First Nations populations and their culture; incorporating those components into sessions
● Cognitive Behavourial Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Narrative Therapy
● Experience with youth 10-18, younger, middle-aged and older adults
● Training in mental health first aid, suicide intervention, and problem gambling
● Extensive experience with vulnerable population (family separation/apprehension, homeless, Victim Services, missing and murdered women and youth)
● Expertise in self-harm behaviours- such as cutting and choking
● Solution and strength-based wrap-around approach
● Active client involved case planning and treatment
c. 306.202.8450 | [email protected]