At Wholeness Psychology Centre, We Give Kids & Parents The Tools and Strategies to
Move Forward. From Straightforward Treatment To Complex Challenges, Your Kids Can Thrive.
Online, Phone, & In-Office Appointments Available
From young children to teens, Wholeness Psychology Centre works with parents and caregivers to get help, get informed, and get a plan.

When kids are hurting and struggling, it’s scary.

And not knowing what to do or how (or where!) to get help can make it worse.

But we’re here to work with you and your child and teens, to help you understand what they’re facing and to find solutions.

By matching them to one of our skilled
psychologists, we can help with:

By matching them to one of our skilled psychologists, we can help with:

  • Anxiety & Panic Attacks, Social Anxiety
  • Self-Harming Behaviours (Cutting, Burning, Self-Punching/Hitting, Etc.)
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
  • Gender & Identity
  • ​School Avoidance Or School Refusal
  • ​Depression & Low Mood
  • Low Self-Confidence
  • Anger Management/Emotion Regulation​
  • Assertiveness Skills
  • Oppositional Behaviour
  • ​Adjustment Issues (e.g. Coping With Parental Divorce, Moving)
  • Grief & Loss
  • ​Trauma And Abuse
  • ​Assessments For Autism, ADHD, Educational And Behavioural Challenges, And Mental Health
With Wholeness Psychology, you are in a safe,
compassionate, and nonjudgmental environment.
WITH WHOLENESS PSYCHOLOGY, YOU ARE IN A SAFE, COMPASSIONATE, AND NONJUDGMENTAL ENVIRONMENT.
We are solutions-focused and know how to meet your youth where they’re at. 
We're here to make a plan that gets to the root of the problem. Because Here, You Can Pull The Pieces Together And Find The Change And Relief You Are Looking For.
Or Call: (587) 797-2700
Online, Phone, & In-Office Appointments Available

Do You Need To Book An Assessment for Autism, ADHD, Educational Challenges, Behavioural Challenges, or Mental Health?

Each Youth is different and deals with challenges in a unique way.
So if you’re concerned please get in touch.
It can be easy to overlook your youth's struggles, considering their experiences to be "normal" or a phase, and leave things to get better on its own. Though this can be true in some cases, problems have a way of getting worse, bigger or even more complicated.
Below you will find a list of some of the emotional and physical signs that your child could need help.
Physical Symptoms:
  • Nightmares
  • Lack of appetite or overeating
  • ​Lack of concentration
  • Headaches
  • Frequent stomach aches
  • ​Self-harm
  • Changes in sleeping habits
  • ​Trembling, muscle tension
  • ​Diarrhea
  • ​Breathing difficulty (inability to take a deep breath, shallow breathing)
  • ​Heart palpitations
  • Changes in sleeping habits
  • ​Trembling, muscle tension
  • ​Diarrhea
  • ​Breathing difficulty (inability to take a deep breath, shallow breathing)
  • ​Heart palpitations
Emotional Symptoms:
  • Overwhelming fears of things that are usually not seen as scary
  • Regressing to a younger or infantile state
  • ​Lack of concentration
  • ​Trouble performing in school
  • ​Mood changes, not being able to regulate emotions
  • ​Behaviour changes
  • Thoughts about suicide
  • ​Describe feeling down or numb
  • ​Overwhelming feelings of sadness or despair
  • ​Low self-esteem, self-hatred,
  • ​Frequent crying
  • ​A sudden change in marks or performance
  • ​​Damaging behaviour (to self, others, or property)
  • ​Avoiding activities outside of the home
  • ​Inability to stop worrying
  • ​Avoiding activities they once enjoyed
  • ​Being easily startled and/or quick to panic
  • ​Withdrawing from friends and family
  • ​Dependence on parents
  • ​Need for constant reassurance
With Wholeness Psychology Centre, you don't have
to face your worries and concerns alone.
With Wholeness Psychology Centre, you don't have to face your worries and concerns alone.
Matching you with one of our therapists, we can
help you to get help, get informed, and get a plan.
Matching you with one of our therapists, we can help you to get help, get informed, and get a plan.

All you have to do is reach out.

Or Call: (587) 797-2700
Online, Phone, & In-Office Appointments Available
Find us in Sherwood Park And Across Alberta, Including Edmonton, Calgary, And Hinton
Find us in Sherwood Park And Across Alberta,
Including Edmonton, Calgary, And Hinton

If your child is struggling and you are concerned about suicide or a risk of
harm, please call 911 or proceed to your nearest emergency room.

For immediate help outside of our office hours, throughout Alberta, please call 211 or one of the
following distress lines:
  • Alberta Mental Health Help Line: 1 (877) 303-2642
  • Alberta Helpline: 1-(866)-332-2322
  • Distress Line (Edmonton and area): (780)-482-4357
  • ​Distress Centre (Calgary and area): (403)-266-4357
  • ​Distress Line of South Western Alberta: (403)-327-7905
  • First Nations and Inuit Hope for Wellness Help Line: 1-(855)-242-3310
  • Kids Help Phone: 1-(800)-668-6868
  • ​Rural Distress Line: 1-(800)-232-7288
  • ​211 helps you find the right community and social services. You can dial 2-1-1 to speak to an Information & Referral Specialist, or search the online community resource directory, or chat online with them from 12-8pm MT daily.

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