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Nurture your mental well-being and blossom into your best self with us.

At Little Tree Psychology, we are committed to providing exceptional counseling services to those in Strathcona County, Sherwood Park, and Edmonton, including individuals, couples, and families. Our goal is to create warm and caring therapeutic relationships in which clients feel heard, understood, and validated.

We understand that every individual is unique and therefore, we don't believe in a one-size-fits-all approach. We take a flexible and versatile approach, utilizing a range of techniques to ensure that each client receives the care that is tailored to their specific needs and goals. Whether you are seeking help for personal issues, relationship problems, or family dynamics, we are dedicated to finding the right solutions for you.


At Little Tree Psychology, we believe in the power of therapy and the transformative effect it can have on people's lives. Our team of skilled and experienced therapists is passionate about helping you build a unique and helpful counseling experience, just for you. With warmth, compassion, and expertise, we aim to support you on your journey towards mental well-being and a fulfilling life.

Relationship and compassion are our focus.

Hi, my name is Stephen, and let me tell you a little bit about why Little Tree exists.  


Years ago, when I was in school studying to be a teacher, I noticed that after class, many of my students would loiter around the room much later than what was expected of them. Often, this was not due to them warranting extra help, or needing a place to be before their ride arrived, or even because they wanted the extra attention. Rather, some of those kids needed the extra attention. Although, I certainly thought differently at the time, I doubt I was particularly “cool”, but what I did know is that I was relatable, and I was safe. It wasn’t a hard decision. I finished my degree and decided this was the path I would walk. I was going to become a psychologist. 


I’ve learned a lot since those experiences, but the one thing that has not changed was that this is what all people need; to be heard, to feel understood, and to know what they think and feel matters.  Like Dumbledore said, just because it’s in our heads, or because we’re young, doesn’t mean our thoughts aren’t real, or worthy of attention.

While Little Tree and myself love working with all populations, it was founded originally on the idea that kids, teens, and young adults need a safe place to come as well. I felt like the name "Little Tree" fully embodied that belief.


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