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Renaissance Psychological Services

Confidential Video Counselling  
(Alberta Wide)

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Individual counselling across Alberta, Canada. 

Providing services to adults related to: 

  • Anxiety and depression

  • Stress or coping concerns

  • Trauma and PTSD

  • Anger problems

  • Family violence and abuse

  • Grief and loss

  • Operational stress injury 

We welcome people of all genders and sexual orientations. 

What To Expect

Our meetings are focused on a concern you have about your mental health or functioning.

We can always discuss what you want in our meetings.


Depending on your preferences, we may:

  •     Talk about what is bothering you 

  •     Talk about coping strategies

  •     Use tests or scales to understand and monitor problems

  •     Use written materials (e.g., books, articles)

  •     Use videos, music, or other media in our meetings 

  •     I may offer something to try to improve your concerns

  •     You can decline any questions, media, or homework assignments

What Approaches Do You Use?

The approach we use depends on the concerns of focus and your preferences.  

I often use cognitive and behavioural therapies, response-based therapy

and solution-focused approaches. 


You may have preferences for approaches used in your counselling.

Feel free to bring these up for discussion. 

About Me

Landon Henkelman, MC
Registered Psychologist (Alberta)

I completed graduate training in Counselling Psychology at the University of Calgary in 2015. After this I completed over 1600 hours of supervised practice and licensure examinations to register with the College of Alberta Psychologists in 2020. 

I have substantial experience working with people experiencing a variety of concerns. Some of my focus has been on PTSD and trauma treatment, anger problems, mood problems, fathering concerns, and addictions.


I have additional experience working with police and Veterans of the Canadian Armed Forces. 


I believe in outcomes informed practice - I monitor and consult to improve outcomes with my clients. I regularly participate in trainings and supervision with other therapists to improve my service.  



Standard fees are lower than the fee guidelines set by the Psychologists Association of Alberta: 


-  $200 CAD per hour 

-  $300 CAD per 1.5 hours 

-  Letters and reports are billed at the hourly rate in 10 min increments 

-  Consultations at your request are billed at the hourly rate in 10 min increments

Do you provide direct billing?

I will provide you a receipt to submit to your insurance provider. 

How can I pay?

You can pay with credit card (via stripe) or e-transfer.

When are fees due?

Fees are due at the end of the session you attended. 

Are you available for emergency calls?

I cannot respond to mental health emergencies or crises because I am usually scheduled with client appointments throughout the week. It may take be two business days to respond.

How many sessions will I need?

You decide when you want to access e-therapy - this might mean a single session, or a series of sessions to focus on a chronic concern. You may also request occasional sessions to maintain improvements. 


There is limited evidence that working with the same therapist, using the same approaches for years continues to be significantly helpful. I generally do not believe in working with clients over a period of years.


Former clients may reach out with a new concern. I encourage you to access a variety of supports and perspectives you view to be helpful to improve your concerns. 

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Session Hours

Tuesday: 6:00PM - 8:00PM
Wednesday 6:00PM - 8:00PM 
Thursday: 6:00PM - 8:00PM

Friday: 6:00PM - 8:00PM
Saturday: 9:00 AM - 5:00PM

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Call or email to schedule  
Phone: 587-229-0620

Messages are returned within 2 business days 

Contact Us


Phone: 587-229-0620


Calls and emails are generally returned within 2 business days.

This is not a crisis service and cannot respond to emergencies. 

If you are in crisis and need to speak with someone immediately, you can call: 

Southern Alberta 

  • Distress Centre (Calgary & Southern Alberta): 1-403-266-HELP(4357)

  • Distress & Suicide Prevention Line (Lethbridge): 1-888-787-2880

  • Crisis 24 hours (Lethbridge and area): 403-327-7905

Northern Alberta 

  • Distress Line (Northern Alberta): 1-800-232-7288

  • Crisis 24 hours (Edmonton): 780-482-HELP (4357)

  • 24/7 Crisis Line (Wood Buffalo): 780.743.HELP(4357)

Help Center

Is counselling confidential?

Yes - but there are limits to this.

I will keep what you tell me confidential unless: 

- I am concerned about somebody's safety,

- if a child or other vulnerable person is at risk or has been harmed,

- if your record is subpoenaed by a judge, 

- or if other legislation requires information be released.  

Do you see couples?

No - I am not currently doing therapy with couples.

How long does each therapy session take?

One hour sessions are generally 50-60 minutes. 

I also offer 90 minute sessions. 

Can I end counselling at any time?

Yes - all services are voluntary. This means you can end services whenever you like, or ask me for referrals to alterative programs that might be a fit for you.

Do you offer in-person sessions?

No - I only provide sessions via secure video platform.
This may be important to decide if this service is appropriate for you.
If you prefer to meet with someone in person, I can offer you resources for this.

What Video Platform Do You Use?

I use the owl video platform. Owl was designed for use by mental health clinicians in Canada. We may also use for video sessions. These programs use end to end encryption to ensure counselling sessions are confidential.

Do you provide psychological assessments?

I am not currently providing written psychological assessments, or court ordered assessments.

Do I have to complete any testing for my counselling?

I may offer that we use certain tools to clarify symptoms and monitor the impact of counselling. You can decline this free testing and we can collaborate on an approach to monitoring the impact of counselling.

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