Dr. Kaur is a registered psychologist with College of Alberta Psychologists and a member with the Psychologists’ Association of Alberta. She is trained in the provision of individual, couple, and family therapy.
Dr. Kaur’s areas of interest include trauma assessment and treatment, chronic pain/pain management, workplace issues, medication management, disability management, depression, anxiety, stress, worry, grief, loss and anger/aggression and other emotional and behavioural problems.Book a 15 Minute consultation
Learn helpful strategies to manage the excessive anger and aggression that is impacting your life.
Dr. Kaur helps her clients develop resilience and work through issues relating to anxiety and excessive worry.
Dr. Kaur provides compassionate counselling to help her clients work through difficult feelings and emotions.
Dr. Kaur shares helpful tools and strategies to support her clients as they progress through the stages of grief.
In her sessions, Dr. Kaur supports her clients and provides recommendations to improve pain or medication management.
Learn to manage your time, set boundaries, and prioritize your personal needs to better manage stress and prevent burn out.
Dr. Kaur has years of experience providing trauma-based counselling to first responders including veterans, police, firefighters and paramedics.
Dr. Kaur works with individuals to improve their workplace situation by resolving conflicts, setting boundaries, improving time management and more.
Dr. Kaur is trained in Prolonged Exposure Therapy and Cognitive Processing Therapy for PTSD, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and regularly engage mindfulness into my therapeutic practice. She has years of experience providing trauma-based counselling to first responders including veterans, police, firefighters and paramedics.
Dr. Kaur often uses psycho educational materials to enhance her work with clients and believe that a strong therapeutic alliance can contribute to success in therapy. She believes that it is important to not only support her clients to manage their symptoms and address core issues, but also empower them to take charge of their own lives by committing to the therapeutic process and recognizing their strengths.