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Hello and welcome.
Are you currently struggling and feeling overwhelmed? Are you finding it difficult to manage stress? Therapy provides the space to explore these challenges, so you can create new meanings, hope and new beginnings. My name is Cherisse Kovacs and I am a Registered Provisional Psychologist in Alberta. My approach to therapy is providing a warm, relationship based, supportive environment where you can explore your thoughts, feelings and experiences in a safe space. Together, we can work toward finding solutions to the problems you've been struggling with, identifying ways that you want to create meaningful change in your life.
I specialize in assisting individuals struggling to cope with anxiety, depression, grief, and anger. I have experience helping individuals to overcome challenges related to managing multiple life stressors (i.e., parenting and relationship issues; difficulties finding work/life balance; caring for aging parents; meeting academic demands; etc.).
I offer in-person individual therapy (ages 6+) and couples therapy at Elements Health in Spruce Grove, Alberta and at Little Tree Psychology in Sherwood Park, Alberta. I also provide virtual therapy options (video or phone) and can offer an initial 15-minute phone consultation to discuss your goals in therapy.
How can I help?
Information about Sessions and Rates
Services at Innate Freedom Counselling include individual and couples therapy. Sessions are 50 minutes in length and occur online (via video), by phone, or in-person. Virtual counselling allows the flexibility of accessing counselling support from the comfort of your own environment.
Book In-Person or Virtual Services
Individual Counselling (children, adolescents, and adults)
Rates may be adjusted based on financial need.
Prospective clients can book a complimentary 15-minute consultation to connect with the therapist and inquire about the process of therapy.
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