Alexis Power BA., M.A., Provisional Psychologist

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Alexis Power
BA., M.A., Provisional Psychologist

Provisional Registered Psychologist with the College of Alberta Psychologists - License No. 1155p

I am a Provisionally Registered Psychologist and hold a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology. I have been working in the counselling/psychology field for over fifteen years, supporting adults moving towards positive growth in their life. I have a diverse professional background which includes lecturing, teaching, and supporting adults in their professional development. 

 

I operate from a trauma informed lens and the primary scope of my practice is supporting individuals with their personal challenges and past traumas, and providing them with coping strategies, with the goal of moving them towards positive growth and healing. I use this approach in my work with couples when providing couples counselling that is aimed at repairing past injuries and traumas. I also have experience supporting those struggling with addiction and co-occurring disorders. This field is a lifelong passion of mine and I am committed to personal and professional growth in order to continue to support those I work with. I strive to support others through a variety of challenges with a non-judgemental lens, and I firmly believe in the inherent ability of people to heal and grow.

Teamwork

Expertise

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Adults
  • 10+ years working with adults: counsellor, instructor, lecturer, and psychologist

  • Expertise in delivering the following therapies to children and their families: CBT, ACT, Adlerian, Trauma-informed, Family-based approaches

  • Specialized experience with adults in the following: Self esteem; Relationships dynamicsGrief and lossGuilt and shameFamily dynamicsEating disorders; Compulsive behavior; Physical, emotional, and sexual abuse; Anger managemen; Emotional regulation; Working a recovery program

Distanced Couple
Relationships
  • Couples & Marriage Counselling

  • Individuals coming in for Relationship Issues 

  • Family Counselling or Family-related issues/conflict

  • Gottman Training

  • Relationship consultation and assessment

  • Relationships with co-morbid issues with anger management, conflict, addiction, trauma

Psychologist
Clinical Training
  • Calgary Communities Against Sexual Abuse; presented by Kate Perry, BHSc Sexual Violence and Addiction Counsellor, and Alyssa Hallam, MSW, RSW, Sexual Assault Counsellor

  • Group Therapy; presented by Anne Mahoney; Ph.D., R. Psych

  • Same Sex Domestic Violence Workshop, presented by Jane Oxenbury, M.Ed., R.Psych.

  •  Eating Disorders Training, presented by Robyn Englund and Carolyn Zelt.

  •  Grief Support – Finding a Response to Grief, presented by Suzanne Connelly BSW, RSW, RYT, Bereavement Educator

  •  Dialectical Behaviour Therapy & Substance Abuse, presented by Janice Wingrave, RPN, BScPN

  •  Motivational Interviewing Training, presented by Suzanne Leacock, B. Ed., AHS – In Roads Program

  • Introduction to Sex Addiction Training, presented by Suzie LeBrocq, Clinical Director, ICAADC, ICCDPD, Master Practitioner in Counseling Psychology

  •  Problem Gambling When its No Longer a Game, presented by Kelly Hill, RSW – AHS