Heartland Psychology

Striving to be your best

 

 

Welcome to Heartland Psychology

At Heartland Psychology we offer understanding and compassion to help clients make meaningful changes in their lives through evidence-based therapy and assessment. We believe that each person has a set of strengths amongst their unique challenges, and that support should be customized to their specific needs. As a small practice, we pride ourselves in treating you with personalized, confidential supports that allow you to strive to be your best!

Our Services

Assessment

Psycho-educational, Behavioural, Disorder Specific (e.g., anxiety related disorders, depression, ADHD, trauma).

Therapy

Virtual and face-to-face therapy for individuals and families experiencing a variety of mental health concerns.

Supervision

Supervision is available to provisional psychologists and graduate students in psychology.

Consultation

Consultation is available to individuals and organizations involving educational and therapeutic supports.

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About Us

Kerry completed her Master's of Educational Psychology at the University of Regina in 2011. She is a duly Registered Psychologist with the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists, and the College of Psychologists of Ontario (inactive). She holds Authorized Practice Endorsement (APE), which allows her to assess and diagnose psychological disorders. Kerry is a member of the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) and has been an executive member of the Psychology Association of Saskatchewan since 2008.

Kerry offers therapy services to child, adolescent, and adult clients in Saskatchewan, and will be offering therapy services to adult clients in Ontario. Using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) practices Kerry supports clients to learn and practice skills to help them manage anxiety, depression, anger, trauma, personal and occupational stress, interpersonal difficulties, relationship concerns, and chronic pain.

Kerry also has extensive experience with psycho-educational assessment and diagnosis (e.g., learning disorders, intellectual disability, ADHD, behavioural and emotional difficulties), offering this service to children, adolescents, and adults who live in Saskatchewan.

Kendra Nesbitt received her Master’s degree in School and Counselling Psychology from the University of Saskatchewan in 2008. She has worked in the field of educational psychology for the past 15 years and is a fully registered psychologist with the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists. She holds Authorized Practice Endorsement (APE), which enables her to assess and diagnose psychological disorders.

Kendra believes in supporting individuals and families through a nonjudgmental, compassionate and collaborative approach. Using evidence-based methods of assessment and intervention, she offers psychoeducational assessment and diagnostic (e.g. learning disorders, intellectual disabilities, ADHD, behavioural and emotional difficulties) services to children, adolescents and adults within Saskatchewan.