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Gloria Mitchell, BSW, RSW

Gloria is a Registered Social Worker with the Saskatchewan Association of Social Workers. Gloria spent fourteen years specializing in Separation and Divorce, Parent Education and Assessment with the Government of Saskatchewan. She has extensive understanding of Family Systems Theory and dynamics. Gloria has training in Narrative Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) Skills, Mindfulness Practices and Mediation Tools of Engagement and Communication. Gloria believes that people have inherent, internal resources to resolve life’s challenges but may require accompaniment during a significant challenge, transition, loss or life changing event. Gloria works with individuals (18+), couples and families who want to increase their life skills and the effectiveness of their relationships. Read more here...

Marco Milani, MA, R Psych (provisional)

Marco is a provisionally Registered Psychologist in Saskatchewan; he has a Master’s Degree in Clinical-Dynamic Psychology as well as a broad academic background obtained both in Europe and Canada. Marco has several years of counselling experience treating individuals with anxiety, trauma, depression, grief and loss, relationship problems, sex and porn addictions, self-esteem challenges, and more. Marco also works with couples who desire to find a way back to love and harmony. He uses a client-centered approach where psychodynamic concepts are used with the goal of building a strong therapeutic alliance based on trust and respect. Read more here...

Friedrich (Fritz) Eckstein, BA, MA, CCPA

Fritz earned a Master of Arts Degree in Counselling and worked for the past 27 years in counselling and operational leadership roles within government agencies and post-secondary institutions. Fritz works in our Saskatoon office (and virtually) with young adults (16+), adults, and couples. Fritz assists with a wide range of concerns, including anxiety, depression, relationships, family, grief, trauma, self-esteem, substance abuse, addictions, and spiritual concerns recovery. Fritz also has a particular interest in leadership coaching and financial literacy. Fritz is registered with the CCPA and uses clinically tested and evidenced-based interventions to support his clients. Read more here...

Nicole Meckelborg, BISW, RSW

Nicole has a Bachelor of Indigenous Social Work from the First Nations University and is a Registered Social Worker with 21 years of experience. Nicole has worked extensively in the areas of mental health, trauma and crisis response, addictions, parent/teen conflict and other struggles that face youth today. Nicole provides counselling services in our Saskatoon office for individuals (ages 12+) and families from a strength-based, family systems approach. Nicole is also a coach for the New Ways for Families Program. Read more here...

Jill Jenkins, BSW, RSW

*Jill is not accepting new clients at this time* Jill is a Registered Social Worker who has 16 years of experience working with youth, individuals, families, and employees. Jill has additional training in ART (Accelerated Resolution Therapy), Solution Focused Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Family Systems, and Mindfulness. Jill is currently working towards her Post-Graduate Certificate in Organizational Leadership through the University of Regina. Jill works with clients (12+) in the areas of mental health, addiction and recovery, trauma, relationship issues, separation and divorce, workplace concerns, and more. Jill is an approved provider for those with Non-Insured Health Benefits for First Nations. Read more here...

Kim Steiger de Moissac, BSW, RSW

Kim is a Registered Social Worker who has 14 years of experience working in the areas of mental health, addiction and acute care. Kim is a skilled and compassionate therapist who works from a holistic approach using client-centered, strength-based, solution-focused models, family systems theories, cognitive behavioural therapy methods, and motivational interviewing techniques with youth (ages 10+) and adults in our Saskatoon office. Kim recently completed training in ART (Accelerated Resolution Therapy) and offers this services to her clients. Kim is an approved provider for those with Non-Insured Health Benefits for First Nations. Read more here...

Lokadia Sims, BA, MA, CCPA, CCC

Lokadia has her Masters degree in Counselling Psychology and is registered with CCPA. Lokadia has several years of experience working with individuals in many areas of mental health, including addiction, eating disorders, body image/self esteem, mood disorders and suicidal/self harm thoughts and behaviours. Lokadia works from a client centred approach pulling together theories of cognitive behavioural models, dialectical behavioural models, and solution focused models. Lokadia is a compassionate therapist who works with individuals (age 6+) and couples in our Saskatoon office. Read more here...

Terri-Lynn Rask, BSW, RSW, MSW (pending)

Terri-Lynn is a highly experienced and compassionate social worker who has provided over 15 years of clinical service to individuals, groups, and communities. Terri-Lynn’s commitment to best practice prompted her to pursue a Masters of Social Work degree. A clinical practicum at Aspire Too is one of the final requirements to fulfill her pending designation. Terri-Lynn’s prior counseling experiences focused on supporting people in the areas of mental health, addiction, trauma, grief/loss, as well as relationship distress. She has specialized training in the management of depression, anxiety, stress, substance use/gambling addiction, marital/couple issues, trauma, as well as chronic/terminal illness and caregiver burnout. Terri-Lynn prioritizes a person-centered care approach, seeking to work collaboratively to develop a personalized care plan that works best for each client. Read more here...

Elsie Hartnett, B Ed, MACP (pending)

Elsie is working toward completing her Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology and will be completing her practicum at Aspire Too from September until April. Elsie has completed all her coursework for her master’s degree and maintained an honours level grade point average and is very excited to start the work that she has been learning and practicing for the past two years. Elsie’s background is in Education, and she has worked in various roles within the education system in rural Saskatchewan. Elsie is a mother and passionate community volunteer and believes strongly in the power of people supporting and lifting one another. She is very excited to apply this experience to counselling at Aspire Too. Read more here...

Brigitt de Villiers, BSW, RSW

Brigitt is a Registered Social Worker with the Saskatchewan Association of Social Workers. She completed her End-of-Life Doula training with Douglas College and holds a Death, Dying & Bereavement Certificate from Wilfred Laurier University. Brigitt offers counselling support out of the Prince Albert office to youth (ages 12+) and adults in the areas of grief and loss, chronic illness, end-of-life support, healthy relationships, life transitions and more. Read more here...

Lori Harmon, BSW, RSW

Lori is an experienced Registered Social Worker in our PA and Melfort offices. Lori is a compassionate counsellor who uses a trauma informed, client-centered, strengths-based approach with training in cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavioural therapy (DBT). Lori works with clients ages 10+ in the areas of mental health, ADHD, trauma, separation and divorce, Autism, body image, gender identity, crisis intervention, grief and loss, and more. Read more here...

Tiffaney Haydukewich, BA, BSW, MSW, RSW

Tiffaney is a Registered Social Worker with the Saskatchewan Association of Social Workers. Tiffaney has many years of experience working with children, youth, adults, couples, and families. Tiffaney offers counselling support in our Prince Albert office for people struggling with mental health, life stress, relationship difficulties, addictions, and more. Tiffaney is approved to provide services for those with Non-Insured Health Benefits for First Nations. Read more here...

Courtney Ruszkowski, BISW, RSW

Courtney is a Registered Social Worker with 14 years of experience working with children, youth, adults, and families. Courtney has her Bachelor’s degree in Indigenous Social Work from the First Nations University of Canada. She is experienced in the areas of mental health, trauma, anxiety, depression, suicide/self-harm, Autism, ADHD, FASD, body image, stress management, crisis intervention and grief. Courtney has additional education and training in rehabilitation, trauma informed practice and uses a strength-based approach when working with clients. Read more here...

Sherry Tucker, BA, BSW, MSW, RSW

Sherry Tucker is a Registered Social Worker with the Saskatchewan Association of Social Workers. Sherry has a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology, and a Master of Social Work. Sherry has extensive training and provides counselling services for children, youth, families, and adults. Sherry also provides assessment services including Adoption Home Studies, Parental Capacity Assessments, Voices of the Child reports, and more. Sherry is an approved provider for NIHB. Read more here...

Leanne Pizzey, BSW, RSW, CLC

Leanne is a Registered Social Worker who has worked with individuals, families and professional groups since 1998. Leanne has worked in both frontline and management positions throughout her career in both government and school systems and has provided counselling on First Nation reserves within Saskatchewan. Leanne works with individuals, couples, and runs our High Conflict division in offering specialized services for families going through separation and divorce. Read more here...

Elizabeth Smith, BA, BSW, RSW

Elizabeth is not accepting any new clients at this time; past and current clients are welcome to book. Elizabeth is a Registered Social Worker with the Saskatchewan Association of Social Workers. Elizabeth works with individuals (18+), couples, and families in the areas of mental health, relationships, and more. Read more here...

Susan Hamm

Meet our Office Manager, Susan Hamm. Susan does all the things to keep our office running smoothly. Susan is the voice on the phone and likely the first friendly face you will see when you come into our office. Susan joined the Aspire Too team in February 2017. Susan has worked in management and customer service positions throughout her career. She has tons of experience managing offices, from small stores to larger businesses. Susan is a people person, she has a naturally gentle and friendly nature, and she loves interacting with people from all walks of life. Read more here...

Melanie Strang

Hello, I'm Melanie Strang, originally hailing from the picturesque province of Nova Scotia. My journey led me to the beautiful prairies of Saskatchewan in 2009, where I've since planted my roots and embarked on various adventures. Read more here...