• Breana L’Heureux, MSW, RSW

    Address: #2, 5017 50th Street, Lacombe, AB
    EMDR Trained Therapist
    Flourish Therapy Collective
    Virtually, & In Person
    Breana is a first responder family member and has specialized in trauma, PTSD, mental & moral injuries.

  • Boots On The Ground Alberta Chaplaincy

    Address: Online
    The non-denominational Boots On The Ground Chaplaincy program provides specialized spiritual and emotional support to serving and retired first responders, military personnel, and the general public. It offers faith-based counselling, crisis intervention, and guidance, helping individuals navigate challenges and fostering resilience, well-being, and reintegration.

  • Jane Fix, MSc., R. Psych

    Address: Airdrie & Calgary Locations / In-person & Online
    Jane Fix, MSc., R. Psych with Manas Psychological Services, has a proven history and passion for working with first responders, their families, individuals, and couples. Having worked with Calgary Police for over a decade, she brings specialized knowledge and experience in first responder environments, addressing operational and organizational stressors, trauma, and relationship concerns. Jane is skilled in managing common responses to these stressors and applying effective interventions for symptoms of depression, anxiety, and PTSD. She is a WCB-preferred provider and accepts Medavie and other insurance plans.

  • Jedediah Wilson Psychological Services

    Address: 8104 82 Avenue NW, Suite 300, Edmonton, Alberta
    (In-person and virtual available)
    Jed provides both trauma-informed therapy and clinical diagnostic assessment. They have seven years of mental health experience, including working in a veteran's neurofeedback clinic in Fredericton, New Brunswick, and as a psychometrist assistant providing disability assessment. Their areas of practice include post-traumatic stress, adjustment, family disruption, moral injury, and addiction and substance use. Jed is also a CAF family member.

  • Cassandra Elliott, M.Ed. – Evolution Psychology

    Address: 200-60 Green Grove Dr, St. Albert, AB
    Virtual (for those in Alberta) and in-person
    Cassandra is a Trauma-Informed therapist and Veteran of the CAF with over 10 years of service. She specializes in concerns relating to PTSD, MST, OCD, ADHD, Transition, and Chronic Pain.

  • Brad Martin – Peaceful Warrior Consulting Group (retired Police Officer)

    Address: Online anywhere, in person in lower mainland BC.
    Registered Therapeutic Counsellor - ACCT and ACTA

  • Jody Simpson, MACP, Canadian Certified Counsellor (Previous Correctional Officer)

    Address: Virtual & In Person (Parkland County & Edmonton, AB)
    Jody (Self Love Counselling LTD.) is a EMDR Trained Therapist who has worked in Public Safety and Emergency Services specifically in Provincial Corrections for over ten years, alongside EPS, Sheriffs, Nurses, Paramedics, Veterans, and CAF members.

  • Treena Peters, MSW, RCSW

    Address: Sunburst Counselling & Consulting
    Calgary, Alberta Registered Clinical Social Worker
    EMDR Certified Therapist

  • True Living Counselling & Coaching Inc.

    Address: #210B, 26 Crystal Ridge Drive, Okotoks, AB.
    Specialized in Anxiety and Trauma

  • Erin Bonner, R Psych


  • Parul Shah MSP, RSW

    Address: Registered Social Worker/Psychotherapist
    Available within a week for Virtual Sessions, Virtual Check Ins, and Phone sessions. Parul is a first responder family member and has been trauma trained around PTSD, and mental & moral injuries.

  • Bailey Puchyr-Chartier, M.C. Registered Psychologist

    Address: 370 Carleton Dr. St. Albert, AB
    Certified EMDR Therapist and EMDRIA Approved Consultant
    In-person and virtual across Alberta
    Bailey is a first responder family member, and has some experience herself. She specializes in trauma, PTSD, occupational stress injuries, depression, anxiety and substance use.

  • Dr. Laura Friesen R.Psych – Warrior’s Way Psychological Services

    Address: Online services across Alberta, Yukon, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Quebec, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia.
    Laura is a first responder spouse and specializes in areas such as first responder and military culture, trauma, PTSD, occupational stress injuries, moral injuries, anxiety, depression, grief, and rural, remote, and isolated location culture and issues. In her past work life, she worked as part of a nursing team in a remote location. Her clinic is virtual due to the nature of being transferred for her spouse’s work. Laura offers a free phone consultation to see if supports feel like a fit.

    Current availability: within 1-2 weeks.

  • Dr. Polly Chawla

    Address: Insightful Recovery, 1524 91st Street SW, Suite 210, Edmonton, AB T6X 1M5
    Available Friday & Saturday 8am – 4pm

  • Prospect Human Services

    Address: Online
    Prospect’s Forces@WORK: First Responder program supports a Veteran or First Responder’s successful career transition from their established role in uniform to a post-service career path and life. This free, employment program is specifically designed to address the unique and often challenging aspects of leaving the first responder identity and commitment to public service behind. It leverages the invaluable skills and experiences of front-line service with the practical and tactical skills-based learning necessary to prepare for a rewarding next career.

  • Veterans Association Food Bank

    Address: We are veterans helping veterans. Food hampers, emergency funding program. Pet promise program, Wills, job training and more. Our goal is to help veterans from becoming homeless. Emergency funding could be helping with a bill payment of past due bills. Anything a veteran needs we can do or help with.

  • Wayfound

    Address: Online and In-Person
    Wayfound is the result of over a decade's growth in the mental health field. Our mission is to guide those with mental health issues toward wellness through innovation and research. With clinics in Alberta and Toronto, we have 36 clinicians trained in various therapies, offering in-person and virtual sessions, including evenings and weekends. We accept Medavie, WCB (WSIB), and other insurance providers. Our proprietary BOS program empowers public service personnel. Learn more! or call

  • Twisted Oak Yoga and Wellness

    Address: Online
    Terri and Scott, a married couple with diverse backgrounds, offer trauma-informed wellness through Twisted Oak. Scott, a Police Officer and Yoga Instructor, shares tools for well-being, while Terri, a retired Occupational Therapist, focuses on chronic pain management. They provide virtual and in-person yoga, retreats, and conference speaking. Learn more!

  • A First Responder Voice

    Address: Online
    A First Responder Voice serves as a nationwide advocate for First Responders and their families, validating their mental health challenges. They've launched "A First Responder Voice: A Guided First Responder Journal" on Amazon, a valuable resource for understanding their struggles and aiding those seeking mental health care. Discover more!

  • First Responder Resiliency Project

    Address: The First Responder Resiliency Project, a non-profit endeavor, facilitates backcountry trips in Alberta for first responders. These trips foster nature reconnection, self-discovery, and teamwork, showing that they can overcome challenges. Affordable and equipped to minimize barriers. Explore more!

  • Can Praxis

    Address: Online
    Can Praxis, a national charity in Alberta, offers therapy and education for First Responders and Veterans with Operational Stress Injuries. It's inclusive, with family members attending for free. Over 1,000 participants nationwide have benefited, with 93% applying what they've learned daily. Check out the Breaking the Cycle family program!

  • Wounded Warriors Canda

    Address: Online
    Wounded Warriors Canada is a national mental health service provider catering to Veterans, First Responders, and their families. Their programs are tailored to address the unique needs of these groups, including couples, spouses, surviving family members and trauma-informed workplace training to support uniformed service personnel. Discover more.

  • US Department of Veteran Affairs

    Address: Online
    PTSD is a mental health issue that can arise after life-threatening events like combat, natural disasters, or assault. Typical reactions include upsetting memories, restlessness, and sleep disturbances. Persistent symptoms may indicate PTSD, which is treatable. Find resources and information, including apps and videos, at our website.

  • Beyond the Blue – Calgary

    Address: Online
    Calgary Beyond the Blue is a peer-led, independent charitable organization that supports the members of the Calgary Police Service and their families. BTB provides workshops, resources and fosters a community of support all while raising awareness of mental health-related issues that impact our members.

  • Wings of Change

    Address: Online
    Welcome to the PTSD Support Group. Here, you're among peers who, like you, have grappled with traumatic memories from duty. I, too, share this journey and founded Wings of Change - Peer Support. Join us at our website. - Natalie M. Harris, Paramedic and Founder.

  • Alcoholics Anonymous

    Address: Online
    Alcoholics Anonymous is a worldwide community for individuals who have struggled with alcohol. It's nonprofessional, self-sustaining, diverse, apolitical, and widely accessible. There are no age or education prerequisites, welcoming anyone seeking help with their drinking. Learn more at our website.

  • Canadian Mental Health Association

    Address: Online
    We champion universal mental health, support those with mental illness and addictions in the community, and offer mental health services. Committed to community development, mental health awareness, and destigmatizing mental illness. Visit our website for more info and local chapters.

  • Traumatology Institute

    Address: Online
    Trauma Recovery Program (TRP) is a self-guided program to help you in your trauma recovery journey, every day. For more information see our website.

  • First Responders First

    Address: Online
    This website provides information about prevention, intervention and recovery and return to work related to PTSD Prevention for first responders.

  • Edmonton Garrison Military Family Resource Centre

    Address: PO Box 10500 Station Forces, Edmonton, AB T5J 4J5
    The Edmonton MFRC supports military and veteran families throughout relocations, absences and transitions. Through the Veteran Family Program, we provide support to medically releasing Canadian Armed Forces members, medically released Veterans and their families by helping them navigate the complex process of releasing, challenges that may arise, and unexpected impacts on social, emotional, and financial wellbeing.