Counselling Support
In St. Albert

Helping People Heal, Grow, and Find Strength

We started in 2018 in the city of St. Albert and have been growing our presence in the community in the last few years as Covid impacted many of us; however, the passion for mental health started several years before as we began to see the need for a more integrated approach to health. In 2014 the director was diagnosed with a critical illness that thankfully with help of incredible doctors and supportive family he was able to recover with more insight into what is really important in life.

Personally, we have seen how life can sometimes throw us curve balls and have had to navigate supports in the community that are helpful and believe that we are genuine in our approach and coming from real life experience.


Our vision at iMentalHealth is to create a mental health hub of professionals that are from multiple disciplines in an interdisciplinary approach so that we are supporting people from a holistic perspective of health.

Why choose us

The heart of iMentalHealth is that we have a vision to build a team of practitioners who are passionate about integrative health and who may also have a story of survival or perseverance. We see the importance of the whole person from body, soul, mind and spirit.

Our goal is to help support individuals dealing with lifes challenges and provide them with therapeutic support through use of strategies such as EMDR, CBT and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Gottman Couples Therapy.

We hope you allow us to be part of your mental health journey

We are located at Suite 101C in the Wellness Hub at 200 Carnegie Drive, Saint Albert, AB.

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“We want to treat the whole
person, not just one element”

– Geordy Murphy

We want you to have a good
therapy experience

Many people have come to me saying that they have had a bad experience with psychologists and counsellors in the past, which is frustrating because it might make you hesitant about reaching out for help. The other thing to think about is that sometimes, there are therapists that you are just not going to click with and that is just the way things are.

If this is you, it may be helpful to have  over the phone to discuss what you are looking for, while also allowing you to ask questions. This is not a therapy session, but a chance to inquire and get a feel for the fit. I believe that a good relationship and authenticity are important in therapy, and would like you to have a better experience with us.

Our team