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HopeWell Psychological Inc - Leduc

Psychiatrists, Psychologists and Psychotherapists
5906-50 Street. Suite 213
Leduc Alberta T9E 0R6
(780) 298-9401
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Contact Email:
reception@myhopewell.com

HopeWell Psychological Inc. has a team of provisional and registered psychologists who hold years of experience in helping people improve their married lives. Our tailored form of marriage therapy employs emotionally focused therapy to help you reconnect and EMDR for healing prior trauma. The therapy that we employ in Leduc & St. Albert is backed by years of research, experience, and expertise in helping people regain a sense of connection in their marriage. With our professional assessment, we help you discover untapped inner resources and develop strategies that can make the difference in your lives.

Services
Psychologist, Counselling, Depression Counselling, Anxiety, Marriage Counselor, Family Counselor, Relationship Psychologist, Therapist
Parking Options
Street
Payment Options
Visa, Cash, Debit Card, Master Card
Business Hours
Monday
8AM–9PM
Tuesday
8AM–9PM
Wednesday
8AM–9PM
Thursday
8AM–9PM
Friday
8AM–9PM
Saturday
8AM–9PM
Sunday
8AM–9PM


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  • 68 weeks ago by Hopewell Psychological

    Hopewell Psychological
    For this upcoming St. Valentine's day, give your relationship a chance! Professional and confidential counselling can save your relationship and make St. Valentine's Day a new beginning. We at #HopeWell Psychological help couples before it is too late. Call now for free to see if you can benefit from counselling 780-298-9401 http://www.couplesworkshopedmonton.com
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  • 72 weeks ago by Hopewell Psychological

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    Will you help yourself or a loved daughter, sister or a friend to increase self-esteem and learn valuable skills in life if you can? #HopeWell organizes workshops for young women aged 13 - 18 that can empower them to live better and be stronger. Inspire positive change in yourself and your family and contact us to learn more. #780-298-9401
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  • 79 weeks ago by Hopewell Psychological

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  • 107 weeks ago by Hopewell Psychological

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    Calling all Psychologists and Clinical Social Workers – A large group of Psychologists are meeting today at 4:30 (at the meeting room, OSI Clinic at Northgate Centre - 9499-137Ave) to discuss how to best mobilize our resources, through the Red Cross, and help those individuals who have been impacted by the Fort Mac Fire. These therapists are willing to provide free services to those in need. If anyone else is interested in helping out and bringing some hope and relief to our fellow Albertans, please email me at lana@myhopewell.com.
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  • 129 weeks ago by Hopewell Psychological

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  • 129 weeks ago by Hopewell Psychological

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    “Our wounds are often the openings into the best and most beautiful part of us.”
     
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  • 130 weeks ago by Hopewell Psychological

    Hopewell Psychological
    Recent events in the news may lead some to have anxiety, display avoidance behaviour in order to stifle the anxiety, or trust people less.
     
    If you know anyone that could benefit from appropriate, sensitive, and professional help tell them to call HopeWell Psychological at 780-298-9401.
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  • 131 weeks ago by Hopewell Psychological

    Hopewell Psychological
    As usual, HopeWell Psychological takes a catered and sensitive approach to assisting in cases of Family Therapy when various (and diverse-according to your family) subsystems of families must be taken into consideration.
     
    Family therapy may be the best treatment when a child or adolescent:
     
    Is aggressive or has difficulty following rules.
    Has experienced a family change such as a divorce, death in the family, or a move.
    Has anxiety or worries most of the time.
    Has an eating disorder.
    Has suicidal thoughts or feels depressed.
    Has a medical problem which is worsened by psychological factors.
    Is abusing drugs or alcohol.
    Is confused by the rules that he/she may have in a separated/blended family situation.
    Plays one parent against the other.
     
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    Family therapy is also appropriate for parents who are struggling to:
     
    Communicate with their child or adolescent.
    Parent and/or discipline their child or adolescent.
    Navigate divorced/separated/blended family issues.
    Problem solve or resolve conflict.
    Set appropriate boundaries for their child or adolescent.
    Feel competent and effective about their parenting.
    Connect with one another after having a child.
     
    Call Hopewell Psychological at 780-298-9401
    We give a free 15 minute consult!
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  • 132 weeks ago by Hopewell Psychological

    Hopewell Psychological
    Meet one of the psychologists at HopeWell Psychological: Natasha Varma.
     
    Natasha integrates her strong academic background with her own personal life experiences to understand and relate to clients from all walks of life.
     
    She utilizes her warm and compassionate presence in the counselling relationship to empower clients to understand themselves, and grow in their ability to cope with and respond to life’s challenges.
     
    Natasha strongly believes in turning adversity and challenges into opportunities for personal growth and development. She works to challenge clients to expand their minds, discover their potential, and come to a deeper understanding of self.
     
    Accreditations:
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    She holds a Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology from the University of Victoria and is a member of the following associations: College of Alberta Psychologists, Canadian, Counselling and Psychotherapy Association, Psychologists’ Association of Alberta, Alberta Psychologists Competence Co-operative
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  • 132 weeks ago by Hopewell Psychological

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    Don't accept a set of current negative circumstances.
     
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  • 132 weeks ago by Hopewell Psychological

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    Hopewell Psychological also provides navigation towards Mindfulness (Mindfulness Therapy).
     
    Mindfulness therapy is a researched approach that works to help people achieve a state of being fully present
    in the present moment,
    accepting each moment as it arises with
    patience,
    non-judgement,
    and compassion for ourselves.
     
    Mindfulness practice requires that one intentionally directs focus away from negative or worrisome thoughts that would otherwise occupy them, and instead observe and accept the present moment as is, regardless of whether it is good or bad.
     
    Achieving mindfulness through our mindfulness exercises can reduce stress and enhance a person’s emotional and physical health and well-being.
     
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  • 133 weeks ago by Hopewell Psychological

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    "The best way to predict the future is to invent it." - Alan Kay
     
    Predict/construct it-whether a career goal, or a mental health one-with Hopewell Psychological.
     
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  • 133 weeks ago by Hopewell Psychological

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    Are you having issues between you and your partner?
     
    Maybe the 'Gottman's Couples Method', an approach Hopewell Psychological provides, is appropriate for you.
     
    Overview:
     
    This research-based approach involves doing concrete tasks and exercises within the couples format, in order to build trust and commitment in the relationship.
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    What Happens:
     
    Couples learn about one another’s inner thoughts, stresses, joys, and hopes and they build a stronger sense of appreciation and respect toward one another. Couples also learn to turn toward one another by stating their needs and staying present and responsive to their partners.
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    Outcome:
     
    Using this approach, couples take on a positive approach to problem-solving, learn how to distinguish between solvable and gridlock problems, and learn how to repair their problems.
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    In addition:
     
    The therapy also allows each person to talk honestly about his/her future hopes and aspirations and helps the couples create the “we lens.”
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  • 133 weeks ago by Hopewell Psychological

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    _______________________Loss_______________________
     
    More often than not, we hear the following **intellectual** messages about how to grieve, when we lose someone or something very important to us:
     
    Time heals all wounds – “You’ll be fine in a month.”
    Replace the loss – “Oh, you can always get another dog.”
    Grieve alone – “He just needs some time alone.”
    Be strong – “Hang in there and be strong.”
    Don't feel bad – “It was just a hamster, losing a dog would be way worse.”
    Keep busy – “Life goes back to normal if you keep yourself busy.”
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    **BUT** , it often does *not matter how much time has passed since you experienced your loss(es).
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    Hopewell's approach:
     
    Although our Grief Support Groups involve some educational elements, **EFFECTIVE** Grief Recovery must deal with your broken heart, which requires **<emotional support INSTEAD of intellectual explanations>**.
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    If you are ready to start healing in a safe and supportive environment, call HopeWell Psychological today at 780-298-9401.
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  • 134 weeks ago by Hopewell Psychological

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    Let HopeWell Psychological help you make the best choices today for your future.
     
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    A little glimpse into some of the moving parts involved in our sessions:
     
    ------ Why bring up painful memories in EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing)?
     
    > When painful memories are avoided, they keep their disturbing power.
     
    > However, a flashback or nightmare can feel as upsetting and overwhelming as the original experience, yet not be helpful in any way.
     
    > In therapy, and with EMDR, you can face the memory in a safe setting, so that you do not feel overwhelmed.
     
    > Then you can get through it and move on.
     
    Call us (780) 298-9401.
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  • 135 weeks ago by Hopewell Psychological

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  • 135 weeks ago by Hopewell Psychological

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    What is a session of EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing) Therapy like?
     
    1. The client and therapist work together to collect basic information about the disturbing experience/memory.
     
    2. Once the client's readiness is determined, the therapist assesses the disturbing part of the client’s previous experience(s) (asking for the client’s thoughts, feelings, body sensations and level of disturbance associated with the memory).
     
    3. (EYE MOVEMENT) This is aided by guiding the client’s eyes to move rapidly back and forth while the client identifies the upsetting memories and/or sensations. ----These rapid eye movements, which occur naturally during dreaming, have been demonstrated to speed the healing process for many conditions. ----
     
    4. (DESENSITIZATION & REPROCESSING) During each set the client is instructed to just notice whatever changes occur in mind and body, without controlling the experience in any way. Very often, in the first few sets there is an increase in the disturbance level. ---After a while, with each new set, the target become less and less disturbing.---
     
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    http://www.myhopewel...gTherapy.en.html
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  • 135 weeks ago by Hopewell Psychological

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    ---------Emotional Focused Therapy (EFT)---------
     
    Often times, people get into predictable relationship patterns, whereby individuals often exhibit predictable behaviours that seem to keep them stuck and unable to reach out and find comfort and connection in their significant relationships. Some typical difficult behaviours that people may experience and get stuck in, when in a distressed relationship, are: put downs, confronting, criticizing, judging, blaming, nagging, accusing, demanding, yelling, interrogating, reasoning, defending, using humour, withdrawing, avoiding, minimizing, appeasing, and dismissing. These behaviours serve a protective function in some way, are often learned from past relationships, and often serve to distance and disconnect people from one another.
     
    EFT helps individuals, couples, and families explore and experience their own internal factors (their emotions, perceptions, and physical sensations) within these negative interactional patterns. Individuals begin to understand how their and the other people's behaviours are driven by these internal factors and motivate the continuation of negative relationship patterns.
     
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    Individuals then learn to transform and manage their emotions and express them to their partners in a way that will allow their partner to hear and understand them.
     
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  • 136 weeks ago by Hopewell Psychological

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    Beautiful! Strengthen your wings with Hopewell's help!
     
    Call (780) 298-9401.
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