About Us

We are a group of Ph.D.-level psychologists and mental health professionals with expertise in a wide range of areas. This expertise comes from extensive assessment and psychotherapy experience in community mental health, hospital, college and private practice. As such, we are able to offer a diversity of psychological services to support our clients as private individuals or within a business context. As registered professionals with the College of Alberta Psychologists and other professional bodies, our services will usually qualify for reimbursement under extended Health Care Benefit packages.

Dr. Marie Habke, R. Psych.

Dr. Marie Habke, R. Psych. is a Clinical Psychologist and has 14 years experience in employee Assistance Programs and private practice. She treats issues such as stress, depression, perfectionism, interpersonal problems, loss and trauma, and is a marital therapist who also has a particular interest in stepfamilies and the elderly.  Dr. Habke also functions as a divorce coach within the Collaborative Divorce framework.

Dr. Pat Ferris, MSW, RSW, M.Sc.

Pat Ferris, MSW, RSW received her Ph.D. in Organizational Psychology and is experienced in counselling adults. She has researched, published, and presented internationally on workplace bullying, workplace conflict management, and work stress. Dr Ferris provides assessment, coaching, and clinical treatment for those who have experienced stress, bullying, conflict, and harassment at work and consultation, coaching, and training to supervisors, managers, and organizations.  

Dr. Angela Grace, Ph.D., R. Psych.

Dr. Angela Grace received her Ph.D. in Counselling Psychology from the University of Calgary, with a research focus on the prevention of eating disorders and obesity in schools. Angela has expertise in the treatment of trauma, loss, eating disorders, and parental alienation, with a special interest in play therapy and existential healing modalities. She has advanced training in EMDR (Level II) and Hakomi (body-centered therapy). She conducts psycho-educational assessments, and provides counselling for children, adolescents, and adults. Angela also is a professional speaker, facilitates eating disorder prevention workshops, and provides consultation for eating disorder and obesity prevention at national and international levels. She uses feminist and social justice approaches to help individuals and agencies identify and advocate for change to create healthier school and work environments. Angela has conducted credential evaluations for the College of Alberta Psychologists, taught undergraduate and graduate courses in psychology, and provides clinical supervision for provisional psychologists.