New practicum students

Posted on 29/02/2012 in News

We would like to wish a warm welcome to our newest additions to the Insight team, Asha Thomas and Tina Cowan, our Marriage and Family Therapy interns completing their practicum placement requirements at Insight Psychological Inc. for the next year.  Read More Here!


New therapist joins Insight: Marion Stewart

Posted on 28/12/2011 in News

We would like to welcome Marion Stewart, Registered Provisional Psychologist to our Red Deer and Calgary location, Marion brings a wealth of experience from life and her family into her practice and specializes in couples counselling.   Read More Here!


Cory Hrushka featured on the Pepper and Dylan Show

Posted on 24/11/2011 in News

This Thursday Cory Hrushka was featured on Edmonton's Virgin Radio during the Pepper and Dylan show. Cory discussed the topic of understanding how sex drive may be impacted by the trials and tribulations of everyday life, including being tired, having kids, work, conflicting schedules, as well as other causes leading to these types of sexual issues. Cory goes deeper into the subject matter on Insight's Sex Therapy Video page, and Insight's approach to sex therapy from and individual and / or couple perspective. Read More Here!


New Red Deer Therapist Joins the Insight Team

Posted on 11/08/2011 in News

We would like to warmly welcome Peter Miller, M.A., Provisional Psychologist to our therapist team in Red Deer,  who comes to us after working Bowden Institue for the last two years.  Insight is very excited to be offering clients in Red Deer psychological and counselling services - Watch for more specialized therapists to added to our Red Deer team in the very near future! Peter can be reached in our Red Deer office at: 403-346-1716#203, 4909 B - 48th Street, Red Deer, Alberta, T4N 1S8 Read More Here!


4-day CBT intensive training completed

Posted on 01/08/2011 in News

Registered Psychologist Lisa Skriver recently completed the 4-day intensive training in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy presented by Dr. David Burns on July 12-15, 2011.  Find out more info here - From the workshop: 'This is important because patients rarely come to us with one specific problem, like "Panic Disorder." They nearly always suffer in many different ways, so we need a broad range of tools to be effective if we are to treat the whole person, and not just an isolated symptom.' Read More Here!