We provide psychological counselling services — including mental health and wellness — to children, youth, adults, couples, and families. We also provide training for graduate students learning to become registered psychologists and counsellors.
Mercy Counselling is open to all members of the public. We practice from a faith-informed perspective, taking into account the values, beliefs, and cultural practices of the people whom we serve. Counsellors focus on the concerns that people bring, within the scope of practice of our staff members. Common challenges people might seek support for include anxiety, depression, self-esteem, learning, work-related problems, personality difficulties, as well as frustrations in marriage and family life.
Fees are based on a schedule suggested by the Psychologists’ Association of Alberta. Mercy Counselling accepts extended health insurance coverage. If you are concerned about affordability, Mercy Counselling will work with you to determine eligibility for financial assistance.