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Alycia Emes

Registered Provisional Psychologist
Alycia Emes

I am a Registered Provisional Psychologist, and hold a Masters of Arts in Counseling from the City University of Seattle. I believe in using an integrative approach to therapy as each client’s needs are unique and different. I use a culturally sensitive lens to welcome anyone into my practice. I feel privileged to walk with people through their healing journey with compassion and understanding. I have professional experience working in school systems and private practice. I have a special interest in working with adults struggling with work-related stress, depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, transgenerational trauma, and difficulties with childhood attachment.

I draw from various modalities such as psychodynamic, attachment, and mindfulness. I am certified in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Gottman Method Couple Therapy. I also provide psychoeducational assessments to evaluate academic, behavioral, and cognitive skills for children and adolescents.

I personally feel that therapy should always include two of my core values which is courage and connection. Whether or not it is your first-time meeting with a therapist it takes courage to open up your most vulnerable and authentic self.

You also need to feel a connection to your therapist in order to feel comfortable sharing your story. I reassure my clients that I am here to first listen while we first build connection in a safe therapeutic space.

I will be offering video or phone sessions in order to promote social distancing. I am available to provide in-person sessions while following our government’s current Health and Safety Regulations. Stay Well.

In Her Element

I identify most as an Earth element. I am always up for new experiences and looking for opportunities to grow. I am best known for spending most of my free time outdoors hiking with my two dogs. I can be found camping in the backcountry: it’s my favorite place to disconnect. In the winter, I am still hiking and can often be found on the ski hill. I enjoy spending time with my family and friends traveling, fishing, cooking, having fires, and competing over a game of Pictionary.


Registered Psychologist Spruce Grove | (780) 571-3536