Welcome to Campanula Psychological Services, providing psychotherapies, assessments and group facilitation to adults in Alberta Canada through convenient, accessible and secure videoconferencing technology.



Whether you want to discuss your feelings about a person or situation, improve your mental health, begin making healthy changes in your life, overcome obstacles to your happiness or find a new path to health and wholeness, online services provide a safe and convenient platform for reflection, support, coaching, planning and implementing change.

Campanula Psychological Services provides Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) based treatments approaches in the context of a supportive, strength-based therapeutic relationship. CBT whether alone or in combination with mindfulness based therapies are effective in the pursuit of improved mental health and enhanced quality of life, whether the goal be changing unhealthy behaviours, overcoming anxiety or depression, enhancing relationships, or building a life worth living.

Online delivered CBT has been shown to be as effective as face-to-face interventions for a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, stress management, emotion regulation, post-traumatic stress, substance abuse, personality issues and disordered eating.

Campanula Psychological Services is providing virtual therapy through Psychology Today’s Sessions platform which complies with legislated government standards of privacy and confidentiality. To participate in a video therapy session, you will need a device with a webcam and microphone.

A 30 minute virtual introductory session to determine if your needs fit with our services is available free of charge. Book a consultation or therapy session here. If you would like more information, please contact us.


Psychological assessment is a process of understanding the nature of an issue and determining the best way to address it though the use of a formal interview and standardized psychological tests. Campanula Psychological Services offers the following types of assessments for adults (18 and over):

1. Personality assessment.

Personality assessments typically focus on clarifying the diagnosis of mental health challenges and identifying contributing factors, leading to more realistic and achievable treatment and recovery goals. This type of assessment can be especially helpful for individuals whose mood or anxiety disorders have only partially improved with standard treatments. Personality testing can also help clarify the nature of persistent or repetitive challenges such as interpersonal problems or struggles with motivation, and can provide valuable guidance in life and career planning. Individuals seeking insight for the purpose of personal growth may find answers and inspiration in the results of a personality assessment.

2. Cognitive assessment.

Cognitive assessment is the measurement of various mental processes such as memory, reasoning, problem solving ability and verbal skills.  Tests of cognitive functioning can be used for screening for dementia, brain injury and other neurocognitive disorders and may provide a first step before investing in full neuropsychological or neurological assessment. Campanula is currently offering assessment of memory and dementia screening (memory and verbal fluency). Other types of cognitive assessment may be available on request.

Click on the button below for more information about memory functioning and details of Campanula’s specialized memory assessment.

For more information about psychological assessments, please contact us. Book a consultation to discuss your assessment needs here.


Supervision for provisional psychologists towards registration with the College of Alberta Psychologists (CAP) is based on the competencies set out in CAP’s Supervision Manual.

Competency-based supervision is defined as an approach that explicitly identifies the knowledge, skills, and values that are assembled to form a clinical competency and develops learning strategies and evaluation procedures to meet criterion-referenced competence standards in keeping with evidence-based practices and requirements of the local clinical setting. (Falender, C.A. & Shafranske, E.P. 2007. Competence in competency-based supervision practice: Construct and application. Professional Psychology: Research and practice. Vol 38, No. 3, 232-240).

One of the goals of supervision is to develop competency in self-reflection and self-evaluation, so that the newly registered psychologist can function as their own supervisor as their career progresses. Part of competence is knowing what you don’t know; when to seek out education, consultation or further supervision. Another goal is to develop the skills and confidence to provide services in an ethical and caring way.

Please contact for more information about supervision, or book a consultation here.

Psychoeducational Presentations

Customized presentations for your group or organization on a variety of mental health and wellness topics including depression, anxiety, stress management, behaviour change, emotion regulation and mindfulness. For more information or arrange a meeting to discuss your group’s needs, contact.