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Best psychologist in the city preferably downtown or South West

Does anyone know of any good psychologists in the city? I feel like I am in a rut and very negative to talk to.

I don’t have any friends and my straight forwardness is keeping me from making new ones. If I see people bullshitting or merely using me at their convenience, I cut ties with them because I feel they are not worth my time. I have no family here and have been betrayed by a family member in the past. I lost a parent recently and constantly think of them.

I am not very old, I am only 24, I want to live, feel normal, have friends, improve my communication skills and attract positivity.

I believe I can use help and am willing to take it. If you know of someone to help with my social anxiety, depression(?) and improving communication skills, please leave your recommendations. Have a great day everyone.

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  1. Yegpsychology. Either Holly or Janice.

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  2. Chris Dumais Chris Dumais says:

    A 6er of black ice will do you good.

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  3. Mj Mank Mj Mank says:

    Sorry to hear of your troubles. Sorry for your loss. May you be comforted and your hearts sorrow be replace by joy and happiness. You can call the university of Alberta centre for education if you believe in assessments to assisting in treatment. They do children and adult testing. Some amazing people there. I believe they may go on a fee scale for assessment and their assessment takes a few days. If you wish walk in physicatric clinic at u of a. Or Call 7804964777 get three free counselling sessions. Ask to see Sean although there a few good counsellors there. Call 211 or the support network. Visit prayer wave after death communications board for grief and support. Good luck my friend.

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    • Carol Maser Carol Maser says:

      Wow, good to see such knowledge!

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    • Jan Peterson Jan Peterson says:

      I did that a while ago so maybe they’ve changed their practices, but there were a few interns in the room with us. I couldn’t open up in front of all those people as counceling itself puts people in a position to feel really vulnerable. I felt so uncomfortable I left mid-session.

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  4. 211 can guide you if you give them a shout.
    I don’t have a name to leave with you but if you use Google and then check out reviews you may be able to find someone who is a good fit.
    Don’t give up if the first one doesn’t jive keep looking. Also, your doctor should be able to refer you to someone.
    Take care.

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  5. The family center has drop in counselling

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  6. Get a referral from a family doctor to the primary care network. They have lots of resources that could help.

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  7. I recently lost my father if you need someone to talk to feel free to pm me

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  8. Carol Maser Carol Maser says:

    You can try Cornerstone counselling. they’re on the southside… I went to them & they were good.

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  9. Xavier Paddy Xavier Paddy says:

    We sound very similair, maybe we can be friends lol

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  10. University of Alberta has some great people.

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  11. Insight psychology, its by south common.

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