Rebecca Lalonde

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B.A., M.Ed., Registered Psychologist #1016 (Authorized Practice Endorsement)

Favourite Books:
“The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom” – Don Miguel Ruiz

Favourite Quote:
“We cannot direct the wind, but we can adjust the sails.”

Rebecca has been working in the helping profession since 2013, holding positions including group therapist, counsellor, and youth worker. Through this work, she developed an interest in supporting a wide variety of individuals. More recently, she began her work as a psychologist in Saskatoon in the healthcare field, where she currently works with children and adults. Cognitive behavioural and narrative models guide her work. Those who know Rebecca describe her as informed, supportive, and down-to-earth. Using evidence based techniques, she creates a non-judgmental atmosphere where clients feel empowered and supported to reach their goals.

Areas of Interest:

Adolescents (13+):
Anxiety
A-D/HD
Depression
Behaviour concerns
Bullying
Social skills building
Self Esteem
Stress Management
Learning Strategy

Adults:
Anxiety
A-D/HD
Depression
Social skills building
Self esteem
Personal Relationships
Healthy Boundaries
Stress Management
Post-Secondary Academic Coaching
Learning Strategy

Professional Experience:
Registered Psychologist – Saskatchewan Health Authority (2016-Present)
Group Counsellor – Family Service Saskatoon “Anger and Parenting” (2016)
Elementary School Counsellor – Greater Saskatoon Catholic School Division (2016)

Augmented Experience:
Learning Strategist – Disability Services for Students, U of S, (2014-2016)
Youth Support Worker – Egadz Saskatoon (2014)

Memberships:
Canadian Psychological Association – Member
Saskatchewan College of Psychologists – #1016 Full Practice Member, APE

Training and Certifications:

Infant Mental Health Training Modules 1-16 (2017-2018)
– Topics: Attachment, Common Childhood Disorders, Early Adversity, Temperament, Development, Resilience, Emotional Regulation, Stress, Epigenetics, Domestic Violence, Trauma, Loss, Parenting, Co-Parenting

Institute for Applied Behavioural Analysis (2016)
– Comprehensive Functional Assessment Module 1

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) (2015)
– 2 Day Program (15 hours)