Stay Curious Psychology

Welcome to Stay Curious Psychology

Reaching out for help can feel scary or intimidating but also can bring a feeling of relief or excitement. 

Our aim is to create and nurture a safe space where you feel comfortable talking about whatever you want to address.

We are an inclusive, non-judgmental space that strives to breakdown the stigma that sometimes surrounds therapy.


We approach counselling from a trauma informed, strength based and person-centered approach. We believe in the capacity for change and want to assist individuals to make the changes they desire in their lives.


Supervision is offered to those who are pursuing their licensing requirements as a provisional psychologist in Alberta. Supervision is approached from a strengths- based, developmental perspective that invites personal reflection and growth for the supervisee.


Consultation is offered to fully registered psychologists who want to maintain or develop new counselling skills. Consultation may be useful if you have professional practice questions or dilemmas and is an investment in yourself to better help and support others.

Stay Curious Psychology

Life can be messy, complex, beautiful and imperfect. We want to hear and be witness to your story and hold space for exploration, growth and grace.


As we step into the unknown, we discover we can be fragile and strong and terrified and brave, all at the same time. –
Paul S Boynton

Land Acknowledgment

In the spirit of respect, truth and reconciliation, we acknowledge that we work on the ancestral and traditional Indigenous territories of the Blackfoot and the people of Treaty 7 region in Southern Alberta which includes the Siksika, Piikani, and Kainai First Nations, the Tsuut’ina First Nation, and the Stoney Nakoda (including the Chiniki, Bearspaw, and Wesley First Nations). The city of Calgary is also home of the Metis Nation of Alberta, Region III. We recognize that Calgary is situated on the land where the Bow River meets the Elbow River, traditionally named Mohkínstsis by the Blackfoot people.