Welling Centre is located at 10047 89 Avenue NW Edmonton

In booking an appointment with us you are consenting to our cancellation policy. We require 24 hours notice for cancellations. Late cancellations are subject to a fee equal to the cost of the missed appointment. We require credit card information upon booking for this reason. Your card will not be charged until the time of your appointment, at which time you may choose to pay using a substitute method. Thank you for reading. If you have any questions or concerns please get in touch. We can be reached through e-mail at info@wellingcentre.com and by phone at 780-222-7405.

Carly sees clients in person, by telephone, and secure online video. Please note that ONLY virtual appointments (telephone & video) can be accommodated on Wednesdays.

Carly is an empathic, thoughtful, and easy-going individual who is devoted to helping those going through stressful and difficult times.

Carly graduated with a Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology at Yorkville University and is now a Registered Provisional Psychologist.

Carly has been influenced by the work of Carl Rogers, Carl Jung, and Alfred Adler. She works from a client-centered approach with the belief that clients are the experts of their own lives. She emphasizes building strong therapeutic relationships. Carly sees her clients and herself as fellow travelers on a journey towards healing and self-actualization.

Carly’s goal is to create a safe and supportive environment for all her clients. Her clinical interests include working with depression, stress, and anxiety.

There has been a rise of interest in psychedelics. Carly has been trained in psychedelic integration therapy, in order to promote harm reduction.

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Jennifer Roesler sees individuals, couples and families in person, by telephone, and secure online video.

Jennifer is an empathetic, compassionate therapist who hopes to create a collaborative and working relationship with each of her clients. It can be daunting to face one’s sufferings and concerns. However, by walking this journey with you, she hopes that you can build the skills and resilience to face these experiences with newfound hope, understanding, and change. She graduated with a Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology from City University of Seattle and is currently a Registered Provisional Psychologist.

Jennifer believes that everyone is the author of their own story. Therefore, her approach is highly client-centered. She is influenced by CBT, existential approaches, and utilizes structural family systems when working with families. Jennifer has completed her Level 1 training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy, and her level one EMDR training.

Jennifer has experience counselling individuals with substance use, medical procedures in hospitals, students and youth engaging in at-risk activities, brain injury, and those struggling with mental health difficulties. As a result, she has developed a sensitivity towards traumatic situations, abuse, and suicide. She also has experience teaching psychoeducation groups. Additionally, she loves working with couples to help increase communication, overcome betrayal, or even work on managing everyday life together. Jennifer is Métis and looking to supporting fellow indigenous people.

Jennifer currently sees individual adults, families, couples, teens, and the elderly for a wide range of issues, including, but not limited to trauma, substance use, brain injury, care-giving, OCD, and parenting challenges.

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Craig has a passion for massage therapy and views the modality as a form of communication. Working with the body, not just on the body, he uses advanced neurological techniques to relieve tension and stress. To effectively accomplish this, no oils or lotions are used during a session. Craig specializes in deep tissue, myofascial release, nerve flossing, and lymphatic drainage.

Craig graduated from the Advanced Clinical Massage Therapy Program at Makami College in April 2020. He spends his free time caring for his two children and working on personal growth.

Direct billing offered.

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Wendy is a heart centered, intuitive, counsellor who takes an integrative approach to therapy in the areas of addiction and recovery, stress, depression, spiritual emergency, and generational trauma. Wendy is trained in Transpersonal Counselling Psychology, and is a Registered Therapeutic Counsellor with integrated and lived experiences that support deep healing.

Her work in the counselling field began with a focus on supporting individuals with substance use disorders and recovery, as well deep work with groups. She has 5 years of clinical experience in individual and group therapy. Wendy has been influenced by the work of Chuck Spezzano, Carl Jung, Stanislav Grof, and Rupert Spira. Her holistically integrated therapy approach is based on Transpersonal theories, and helping individuals wake up to who they really are. Wendy’s goal is to help people understand their issues and uncover positive ways to move past them and integrate this new awareness into their lives. She is skilled at creating a psychologically safe space to do this deep work and to wake up from the illusions of the ego mind of form and fear.

She supports people to come into flow with life and the divine using a psychotherapeutic approach that is informed by non-dual understanding, which bridges the gap between spirit and psychotherapy. As well, Wendy is trained in relational therapies such as, Experiential, Family Systems Theory, Yalom and Gestalt, Breath-Work, Individual, Group, and Somatic Therapies, as well as Eastern Mindfulness and Meditation practices. She is skilled in various forms of consciousness raising methods including, Buddhist Meditation, Holotropic Breathwork ™, Jungian Dream work, and uses Archetypal-based Tarot cards as a supplemental tool. She has an interest in, and experience with, the healing potential of non-ordinary and non-dual states of consciousness. Through Wendy’s experience with these deep healing states, she can hold space for deep-rooted change; and meet people in their deepest shadows with presence, embodiment, compassion, and grounding.

In her off time, Wendy practices mindfulness, Tarot, travel, exploring with like-minded friends the true nature of who we are. She has spent time in Buddhist retreats, non-dual contemplation retreats, assisting Holotropic Breathwork ™ retreats, and increasingly sitting quietly, enjoying the beauty of life.

Treatment Approaches: Trauma informed approaches Depth therapy Inner work – dreams/imagery/visualizations Psychedelic integration therapy

Treatment Specialties: Trauma (sexual, physical, emotional, cultural stress, intergenerational) Addiction and recovery Inner work Life transitior Depression Anxiety Grief and loss Spiritual emergency Psychedelic integration

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Stewart is not accepting new clients and is not taking a wait list.

Stewart is a thoughtful and compassionate student therapist with a calming presence. He is dedicated to helping clients to live more freely and self-actualized in the face of life’s challenges. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from MacEwan University, and is currently in his final year of the Master of Counselling Psychology program at City University of Seattle. Stewart’s approach to therapy comes from humanistic, psychodynamic, and compassion focused methods, and his perspective has been influenced by the works of Irvin Yalom, Paul Gilbert, and Alfred Adler. He believes that psychotherapy is a process of deep discovery, where the therapist and client work together to uncover patterns which developed in the past, and repeat in the present within emotions, beliefs, drives, and relationships. He is excited to broaden and further his therapeutic ability under the experienced guidance of Brian Welling. Additionally, Stewart has completed the Introduction to Trauma Exposed Professionals course through Wounded Warriors Canada. He is also interning at a clinic which serves clients who have been impacted by sexual violence. During his undergraduate studies, Stewart volunteered as a peer counsellor where he was trained in solution focused therapy. Previously, he also volunteered at the Cross Cancer Institute where he acted as a guide to orient new patients to the hospital. In his spare time, Stewart enjoys writing, listening to music, disc-golf, and gardening.

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Scarlet’s technique is slow, rhythmic, and gradual as she thoroughly treats areas of pain and discomfort. A central goal in Scarlet’s sessions is to decrease the pain experience by calming the nervous system. Therefore, though she uses deep tissue, active release, kinetic massage, PNF stretching, and trigger point release techniques when appropriate, the overall experience is intended to be deeply relaxing.

Scarlet is a forever learner with a deep interest in understanding pain intervention and body work from all perspectives. Scarlet received thorough training in anatomy, physiology, assessment, and treatment at MH Vicars School of Massage Therapy where she graduated with honours in 2017. Since then, she has received further training in yoga and body rolling as home-care, kinetic massage of the shoulder, orthopaedic assessment, pain science and the biopsychosocial model, and trauma-informed bodywork.

Scarlet’s treatment room is a safe, kind, judgement-free space. She works with people of all ages and stages, including pregnancy.

Direct Billing Available

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Ken Creegan’s last day at Welling Centre is February 29th, 2024.

Ken is an intuitive, empathic, and compassionate therapist who is committed to helping people understand themselves and create positive and meaningful change in their lives.

Ken draws heavily from “depth therapy” and is influenced by Carl Jung, Wolfgang Giegerich, and other Psychodynamic perspectives while also holding a humanistic lens. In addition, Ken has training in sensorimotor psychotherapy, EMDR, and has also trained to work with couples, having completed Level 1 and Level 2 of the Gottman approach. Ken also practices off-site as a clinical supervisor for student therapists in training.

Ken believes that with each person there is a desire to become more “whole”, and that therapy provides a space to go to the root of the issue or repeating pattern, which sometimes isn’t always obvious or apparent; To be “whole” is not to be perfect, but to be complete.

Having emigrated from Ireland, Ken has over 10 years of working in the mental health field as a psychodynamic psychotherapist.

When not at the office, Ken enjoys spending time with his family, playing good music, and enjoying the mountains.

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Lisa Harder sees clients in person, by telephone, and secure online video.

Lisa is an empathetic, compassionate individual who strives to help everyone recognize their own strength, resiliency, and worth in a safe environment. She graduated with a Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology from Yorkville University and is currently both a Canadian Certified Counsellor and a Registered Provisional Psychologist.

Lisa believes a client-centred, holistic approach to counselling is key. She is influenced by psychodynamic and humanistic approaches, in addition to cognitive-behavioural and solution-focused methods. Lisa has completed Level 2 Training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy, and also recently completed training in Psychedelic-Assisted Psychotherapy.

Lisa has approximately six years of direct mental health and addictions counselling experience in a variety of settings. She completed the practicum portion of her Master’s degree at Welling Centre, where she worked with adult clients experiencing a variety of concerns, including anxiety, depression, trauma, addictions, and stress. The majority of her experience otherwise has been acquired within the justice system, both within various correctional centre as well as newly-released individuals with significant mental health and addictions concerns. She has also worked as an addiction counsellor in a community detox facility. Lisa also has many years of related experience in a variety of settings with diverse groups; for example, an inpatient psychiatric facility, with people living in the inner-city, and other vulnerable, at-risk groups.

In her spare time, Lisa enjoys spending time with her family and friends, reading, and staying physically active.

Lisa currently sees individual adults for a wide range of issues, including, but not limited to anxiety, stress, depression and other mood issues, trauma, and addictions.

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Brian is a registered psychologist and former instructor at both MacEwan University, where he taught psychology to undergraduates, and at St. Stephen’s College, where he trained practicum students enrolled in graduate programs in the Department of Psychotherapy and Spirituality.

He has worked in community clinics, specialized multi-disciplinary teams in the inner city, and as a mental health consultant and trainer for front-line staff in programs funded by Children’s Services.

Brian received his MA in Counselling Psychology at the Adler School of Professional Psychology in Vancouver. He also has training in psychodrama, Brain Spotting, hypnotherapy, psychedelic integration, and EMDR. He is certified as an instructor in Mental Health First Aid, and as a peer-coach in Motivational Interviewing.

Brian specializes in trauma treatment and addictions counselling, but also treats a variety of concerns.

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