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Karlana Noel

Psychology Services for Ages 6+



Theoretical Approach; Areas of Special Interest




 I believe therapy provides an opportunity for individuals to express themselves and work towards independence, personal strength, and individual goals. Each and everyone who comes to therapy has their values, beliefs, perspectives, and coping abilities, therefore, when utilizing the most ideal approaches and therapeutic modalities to support each client achieve their goals.  

 


The therapeutic modalities that I often utilize with clients include Cognitive-behavioral the


rapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, mindfulness, and solution-focused therapy.  I firmly believe in approaching

therapy from a biopsychosocial approach, understanding the complex interactions of a person's biological, psychological, and social functioning and the influence and impact these factors may have on one’s overall health and well-being. Working

with Country Counselling we offer services that s


upport the “whole person” providing assessments and referrals as needed to provide a well-rounded treatment plan. 


 When I am not working with Red Cedar you can find me supporting children and

youth in various capacities across Alberta, Canada, and Internationally, sitting on various boards advocating for Mental


Health supports and services.




​Having a specialist interest in Family mediation, I work with couples to create mutually beneficial parenting plans with the

best interest of their children in mind, amicable separation, and divorce plans. Currently a Qualified Mediator with ADR

Alberta/Canada, Registered as a Child and Youth Care Counsellor and Counselling Therapist (2086) AB, Registered



Clinical Counsellor (19115) BC.


While continuing my education and professional development, I currently provide services to children ages 6 and up, youth,

adults, and seniors, individual, couples, and family therapy. Specializing in Family Mediation, Separation and Divorce, and

Parenting plans focusing on the best interests of all involved, encouraging family cohesion and unity.


Professional Registrations; Areas of Practice


Counselling Therapist, AB (2086)

Child & Youth Care Counsellor (2086)

Qualified Mediator (Q.MED) AB/CAD

Registered Clinical Counsellor, BC (19115)



Areas of Practice:


Anxiety, Anger Management, Depression, Personality Disorders, Trauma/PTSD, Relationship/Couples, Grief, Stress

Disorders, Workplace issues, Life Transitions, Self-Esteem, Pain Assessment & Management, Crisis Response, Personal

growth, OCD, Peer Relationships & Bullying, Self Harm & Suicidal Ideation, Stress Management, Integrative Medicine for


Mental Health, Child and Youth Care Counselling, Mediation for families and couples.


Education




Master of Arts Counselling Psychology


2019-2021


Bachelor of Professional Arts Human Services


2015-2016


Early Learning & Child Care Diploma


2012-2014


Early Learning & Child Care Certificate


2012-2014

Post-Masters Continuing Education Certificates: 

Psychopharmacology Intensive Course- Dr. Buffin


gton, Ph.D., M.S.

2020

 

Certificate in Nutritional & Integrative Medicine for Mental Health

2021

 

ATMA Academy Psychedelic Assisted Psychotherapy Training

2021



Mediation:  

 Spousal Support and Division of Property                                    

 Changes to the Divorce Act                                                              

 Parenting After Separation High Conflict                                        

 Agreements to Mediate             

 Family Parenting Plans and Child Support    

 High Conflict Mediation                                                    ​

Additional Training:

 Ambiguous Loss



 Cultural Safety

 Crisis Intervention

 Narcissistic Abuse training

Currently completing:​

 Forensic Psychology

 Drugs and



 Social Psychology

 Learning through Life

 Biological Psychology 

 Cognitive Psychology

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