Meet our therapists

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Melody Evans M.Sc. R., Psych., RMFT

Melody is a Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy Registered Clinical Psychologist, Registered Marriage and Family Therapist Certified EMDR Therapist and Approved EMDRIA Consultant.

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 evans

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.

Priyanka Kumar

Pri is a Provisional Psychologist, having completed a master’s degree in Counselling Psychology and presently pursuing a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology.

She has over a decade of experience working with children, adolescents, adults, couples and families in a variety of settings delivering client specific interventions, general assessments and working with health, education and social service systems. She aims to create a space that is safe, respectful and non judgemental, where individuals and couples can rediscover the essence of who they are. Every person, couple and family’s needs are unique and the sessions are tailored based on approaches that best fit the uniqueness of each individual’s journey to healing.

Her clinical focus includes Anxiety and Depression, Trauma and Stressor Related Disorders, Relationships, Identity Issues, Parenting challenges, Emotional Regulation and Self Harm, Personality Disorders, Adjustment Issues, Grief and Stress.

Whether it is tools to strengthen relationships and improve adaptive functioning, a safe space to process unfamiliar emotions or ways to find meaning and hope in difficult situations and break away from unhelpful patterns, she looks forward to helping you achieve your goals.

Jennifer Yelland

Jennifer is a Master of Counselling student at Athabasca University. She holds a Master of Science degree specializing in mental health promotion.

She has spent the last 19 years researching and advocating both physical and mental health in the workplace.

Jennifer believes we all face challenges and, at times, need support to overcome them. Jennifer works with adults, couples and teens to address various issues such as anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, infertility, eating disorders, and many more.

Jennifer will work with you to identify, work through and overcome your challenges. She believes each individual is unique and uses an evidence-based, client-centered, collaborative approach to overcome the presenting difficulties.

Jennifer will strive to create a safe and warm space where you feel empowered to take control of the challenges you face.