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Private Therapy in Calgary

Helping individuals, couples and families understand their experiences and create new possibilities.

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Maybe life doesn't feel the way you wish it could.

Sometimes life is harder than you expect and you're not happy with how it's turning out. 


Maybe things aren’t going as well as you'd like at home, school, or work and you're dealing with signs of anxiety, depression, grief, or trauma.

When our mind, body, relationships, and health are suffering, we often feel confused, alone, or focus on our faults.


If you're hurting, we can help.

We see your struggles, your strengths, and the many parts of you: you are welcome here exactly as you are.

We are a diverse & inclusive group of Calgary therapists and psychologists in Alberta who care about building a really good relationship with you.


We strive to build a compassionate connection because the therapeutic relationship is the best factor contributing to success in counsellingYour counsellor will meet you where you're at and engage in a way that works for you.


Our therapy considers your whole person: mind, body, emotion and identities, in relationship with self and others. 


Together we create a safe space in therapy where you can:

  • Feel seen, heard, understood, respected and accepted

  • Be encouraged to explore, grow and heal

  • Understand how you think, feel and act

  • Embrace your strengths and defenses

  • Transform old beliefs and behaviors into new patterns


We want more people to feel better and connect in healthy ways with themselves, others, and the world. 

Meet our team of compassionate therapists who want to get to know you better and help you feel at ease.

We get it. We've been to therapy too.


Our therapists want to join your journey without judgment or shame.


We have counsellors who specialize in working with members of the LGBTQIA+ community and people with BIPOC origins. We are building a team of great therapists to help you.

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Elizabeth Muia
Registered Provisional Psychologist
Therapist for Individuals, Couples & Families

We love to work with adults and teens in individual, relationship, and family therapy.

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Therapy helping adults navigate life’s challenges and feel better.

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Therapy helping couples and partners engage in healthy ways.

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Therapy helping teens, parents, and families connect and thrive.

We make it simple for you to work with Therapy Alberta.

Step 1. Match

You can choose your own therapist and book a consultation or session online, or you can contact us to be carefully paired with a counsellor who is best equipped to meet your needs and preferences.

Step 2. Meet

You start with a consultation or first counselling session, and at your own pace, build trust with a therapist who you feel comfortable with. They can support you to understand what’s going on now and how you'd like things to be.

Step 3. Connect

For best results, schedule consistent weekly or biweekly times to meet your online therapist from anywhere in Alberta. Work together to better understand yourself, improve your relationships, and meet your goals. 

Our #1 priority is helping you build a relationship with the best therapist for you.

We live here too and offer online and in person counselling to people in Calgary & Alberta.

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We bring therapy to you because we want you to feel good about therapy.

Meeting with a psychologist or therapist for in person or online counselling is flexible, accessible, private, convenient and effective.

Online therapy is good for therapists and society too.


It means we can show up for you as our best selves, and break down barriers so more people in our community can access high quality mental health care.


Going to therapy can be hard, going to therapy online can be easier. If you aren't sure yet, read this:

What if you could live with more ease and create a future you feel hopeful about?

If you still have questions, starting counselling can be easier with the right answers. Find information about therapy, fees, insurance, sessions, policies, therapists, and more on our Frequently Asked Questions page.

Therapy Alberta respectfully acknowledges that what we call Alberta is the traditional and ancestral territory of many peoples, presently subject to Treaties 6, 7, and 8. We acknowledge the many First Nations, Métis and Inuit who have lived in and cared for these lands for generations.

We strive to create safe, affirming, and anti-oppressive spaces to welcome and provide equal care for all members of 2SLGBTQIA+ and BIPOC communities. 

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