Mallory Trepanier,  C.C.C., MEd., Registered Psych | McAtee Psychology

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Mallory Trepanier, 
C.C.C., MEd., Registered Psych 

Registered Psychologist with the College of Alberta Psychologists - License No. 6154
Psychologists’ Association of Alberta

I am a Registered Psychologist, who’s worked 8 years in the field of mental health.  I am passionate about working with adults, children/teenagers, and families who have experienced loss and grief, intergenerational trauma, sexual violence trauma, domestic violence, addiction and mental health concerns including, PTSD, anxiety, dissociation and attachment related presentations.  

 

I have worked extensively with families and individuals in the nonprofit sector to support them in learning communication skills, relationship building skills,  and conflict resolution skills. As a trauma informed clinician, I value the importance of knowing the family’s history, stories, and relationships as a way of building a foundation for success in these areas.

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Expertise

Child Therapist
Teens & Young Adults
  • 8 years experience working with individuals and families who have experienced extensive trauma including; domestic violence, intimate parter, sexual violence truama, intergenerational trauma

  • Youth who've experienced childhood trauma 

  • Sexual, domestic, developmental, intergenerational trauma

General Individual Issues:

  • PTSD

  • Addiction

  • Grief and loss

  • Emotional Regulation

  • Sexuality 

  • Relationships 

Explaining a concept
Completed Advanced Training
  • Level 2- Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Trauma and Developmental Traumas

  • General Mental Health Training: Anxiety, Depression, Suicide, Crisis, Self-regulation

Psychologist
Individuals
(Adults) Counselling
  • 18 and up, including  experience working with 65+

  • Experiencing working with people who are grieving, supporting loved ones with mental health, those who have their own mental health concerns, and managing relationships

  • Specialization in substance abuse and addiction concerns

  • If you experience anxiety, work related stress/performance, depression, mood regulation concerns, or thoughts of suicide