Meet our therapists
Melody Evans, M.Sc. R., Psych RMFT
Melody Evans is a Registered Clinical Psychologist and Marriage and Family Therapist. As a psychotherapist she treats individuals, couples, and families in her private practice, Can’t We Just Get Along Counselling Inc. Melody believes the name reflects an honest truth about life and relationships: at some point, we all struggle to get along with someone in our lives, whether it be a person we work with, live with, or even someone we love.
Melody has spent the past 16 years studying relationships and has helped many people make the positive changes they desire in their lives. She has overcome a number of life challenges, so it’s safe to say that she not only knows what challenge is but, more importantly, knows how to deal with difficulties when they arise. She would love to help you improve your life and provide support for the challenges you are facing.
Melody has earned a Master’s of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy and is a Registered Psychologist with College of Alberta Psychologists as well as a member of the Psychologists Association of Alberta and a clinical member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.
Melody is a certified EMDR therapist with EMDR International Association (EMDRIA) and a member of EMDR Canada. She is approved by (CAP) College of Alberta psychologist to supervise provisional psychologists who are obtaining full licensure with the college.
Melody lives in Calgary, Alberta with her family.
Kaylee Procter is a Provisional Psychologist registered with the College of Alberta Psychologists. She has experience working with clients in numerous mental health settings.
Kaylee believes that humans are inherently resilient. That, at times, life and relationships can be difficult to manage and sometimes support and strategies are needed to help navigate its challenges.
Kaylee provides counselling for adults, adolescents, couples and families for a variety of areas including but not limited to mental health concerns, grief, life transitions, behavioural challenges, parent-child relationship concerns, disordered eating, marital/relationship issues and self-exploration. Her approach to counselling is client-centred, culturally sensitive and trauma-informed. This means that she strives to provide a non-judgmental and safe therapeutic environment for her clients built on trust, understanding and empathy.
Kaylee uses various evidence-based therapeutic approaches in her practice to best meet the needs of each client. She has specialized training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Emotion-Focused Therapy, Trauma-Informed practice, Attachment theory and Gottman Method Couples Therapy. She has co-facilitated groups focused on Dialectical Behavior Therapy skills, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction and developing healthy eating habits from a cognitive-behavioural lens.
Kaylee obtained her Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology from the University of Toronto in 2019. She is also a member of the Psychological Association of Alberta.
Kaylee would be honoured to accompany you on your journey to finding your inner resilience and making positive changes to cope with the challenges that life throws our way!