ASPEN & OAK
Professional Counselling Services
"Mental health matters."
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Aspen & Oak has a diverse, competent, and well-established counselling team. We strive to secure counselling therapists and psychologists who are committed and knowledgeable in their practice. Just like a client, every therapist is unique. Our counsellors possess varying degrees of education, experience, and training to meet the diverse needs of Prince Albert, SK and area
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to connect with us. We would be happy to assist you in finding a counsellor to meet your specific need(s).
Please Note - Counselling therapists do not diagnose
Administrative Manager & Certified Nail Technician
Meagan Crawford is Aspen & Oak's go-to woman for anything and everything. Her warm and inviting smile, along with her knowledge of the practice makes her an ideal fit as Aspen & Oak's Administrative Manager. Meagan supervises overall client flow and staffing, and supports counsellors and therapists in whatever capacity they need. If you ever have questions or concerns, please direct them to Meagan and she will assist you with finding a solution that best suits your needs
Ashlee Schmidt, BA, MACP (cand)
Ashlee began her career in mental health in 2003, and is the only therapist who works with young children at the practice. She has a passion working with children and youth, however works with individuals of all ages
After obtaining her BA in Psychology with Great Distinction from the University of Saskatchewan, Ashlee completed programs in Medical Laboratory Science, Sociology, Anatomy and Physiology, and is a Master of Arts candidate in Counselling Psychology. Ashlee hopes to begin her PhD this upcoming fall
Ashlee works in a teaching and research capacity at the University of Saskatchewan, and has done so for roughly ten years. She has worked in: Psychiatry; psychology; and sociology. She also worked for the Neural Systems & Plasticity Research Group as a student researcher
Ashlee is a non-registered professional member of the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (1002079) and a verified therapist with Psychology Today
Robin Finalyson, M.Ed., R Psych 541
Robin Finlayson received his Masters in Psychology (M.Ed.) from The University of Saskatchewan in 2000. Robin has been a registered psychologist since 2002 with an interest and expertise in clinical psychological assessment and treatment within forensic contexts. He is registered with the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists (SKCP). Robin looks to provide psychological services in order to enhance understanding and improve personal lives, while maintaining an appreciation for the implications within forensic and community contexts
Robin Finlayson has worked for Federal Corrections for 16 years. In his role, he provides assessments for individuals with potential mental health difficulties or those who have been convicted of significant sexual or violent criminal offences. Robin has been called to provide psychological assessments for intake, suicide risk, program suitability, security classification, and the National Parole Board to address risk and release of correctional inmates back into the community
Robin works with older adolescents, adults, individuals, or couples who present with a variety of concerns., including: Anxiety; depression; post-traumatic stress; relationship difficulties; anger management; sexual compulsions and behavior; pre-sentence intervention; trauma; coping mechanisms for past abuse; and stress management
For a consultation or to book an appointment, please call Robin Finlayson: 306-987-0573
Registered Psychologist - 541
Sheri Wiebe-Loehr, BA, BSW, RSW
Sheri received a Bachelor of Arts degree with an emphasis on Sociology from the University of Saskatchewan in 2006. She then set out to obtain her Bachelor of Social Work from the University of Regina in 2012. Throughout her BSW education, she volunteered as a mental health therapist for clients living in downtown Saskatoon. Since her convocation, Sheri has worked with a wide variety of clients including hospital patients, trauma victims and clients with addictions.
As a registered member of the Saskatchewan Association of Social Workers (SASW), Sheri is able to provide therapy that includes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), interpersonal therapy and mindfulness in a solution-focused practice. Her passions include diet and fitness coaching, working with war vets, working through trauma, addressing depression, anxiety and other mental health concerns, as well as workplace discourse and conflict resolution. She works mainly with adults and individuals, but is open to any client seeking service.
Sheri intends to begin her Masters in Social Work (MSW) degree in the coming year with a focus on clinical mental health. Outside of therapy, Sheri is a RYT and fitness instructor. She is also in training with therapy dogs to provide puppy love in care homes and to dog lovers alike.
Registered Social Worker — 3268
Our alternative therapist works in conjunction with the counselling therapy team to promote healing, happiness, comfort, and intrapersonal connection. If you have any questions or require clarification on our alternative health services, please do not hesitate to connect with us
Certified in Reiki Level I and II, and Reflexology, Tina brings an abundance of life, positive energy, and warmth to the practice
Tina works with children and adults to decrease symptoms associated with mental illness and physical pain. She uses energy and relaxation techniques to calm anxious minds, relieve physiological- and mental- pain, and teaches the importance of self-love, patience, acceptance, and self-care