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

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

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

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. To best support my clients, I am trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), couples counselling, grief support, eating disorders, sexual assault, and substance abuse.

 I utilize the insights from CBT, client centered therapy, the Gottman method, and solution focused to support my clients. I operate from a trauma informed lens and the primary scope of my practice is supporting individuals with their personal challenges and past traumas. I provide 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 have additional  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-judgmental lens, and I firmly believe in the inherent ability of people to heal and grow.



  • 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
  • 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

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

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