About High Point Psychology
High Point Psychology is a Calgary-based psychology practice specializing in psychological assessment and counselling for children, adolescents, and adults. See our full list of services here.
At High Point, we believe that all people should have an opportunity to reach their highest potential. We use a strengths-based approach in our work with clients -- we help you recognize your own strengths and provide recommendations and strategies that will work for you.
Andrea Stelnicki, PhD
Registered Psychologist (Alberta #4778; BC #2546)
Andrea works with children, adolescents, and adults providing psychological assessment, consultation, psychoeducation and therapy. Andrea has worked in public and rural schools, not-for-profit agencies, and mental health clinics with a wide range of clients of all ages and with unique strengths and areas of need. She has extensive training and experience in the assessment of learning disorders, intellectual ability, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), mood and anxiety disorders, language disorders, and other neurodevelopmental disorders. She provides treatment for mood and anxiety disorders, social skills deficits, ADHD and executive functioning challenges, using an approach that will work best for the client. With her training and experience in educational psychology, Andrea is also able to provide consultation to your child’s school for individual program plan (IPP) development or effective strategies for the classroom.
Andrea has a passion for working with young people and their families who are searching for an answer as to why they are struggling at school, at work, or in their daily journey. She takes a comprehensive, systems-approach to assessment, seeking input from families and schools to fully understand the individual and their experience.
Andrea received her Master of Science (MSc; 2013) and Doctorate (PhD; 2018) in School and Applied Child Psychology from the University of Calgary. She completed postdoctoral fellowship position (2018-2021) at the University of Regina and Canadian Institute of Public Safety Research and Treatment (CIPSRT) studying mental health and treatment for public safety personnel, first responders, nurses, and their families. She stays active in the psychology community by volunteering for the College of Alberta Psychologists' Practice Advisory Committee. Andrea is an Associate Faculty member at City University of Seattle, Calgary Campus, and a sessional instructor at the University of Calgary and St. Mary's University in Calgary, AB. When she gets a spare moment, Andrea enjoys spending time with her family and dogs, staying active, knitting and crafting.
Please note: Andrea is not currently available to supervise practicum students or registered provisional psychologists.
Andrea provides free 15-minute phone consultations to explain our process with you. If you are interested in exploring the benefits of our services for yourself or your child, please email her at email@example.com.
Andrea is not currently accepting new clients. To be added to the waitlist, please click here.
Chris Graham, MC
Registered Psychologist (#6159)
Chris is committed to creating meaningful therapeutic relationships that support those he works with in achieving the lives that they want. Chris believes that our ability to create meaningful connections with ourselves and those around us is central to our wellbeing. He looks forward to connecting with you to support you in further embedding wellbeing in your life. Chris aims to provide a safer environment where you can explore yourself and your struggles and he can support you in creating the life that you want. He believes that no matter how big your struggle feels today, it can be better. Chris is committed to ongoing training and uses the latest research to support you in navigating your way toward the life you deserve.
"I believe that much of the harm we experience occurs within relationship and that the therapeutic relationship can offer the support, safety, and connection necessary to experience repair. I am confident that we can work together to ensure you are supported in the ways you need and deserve."
Chris offers counselling services for individuals, couples, and families. He has particular experience working with anxiety, depression, trauma, people of diverse abilities, sex and sexuality, trans and gender diverse care, and intersections between these identities and experiences.
Chris's pronouns are He/Him/His
Carmen Gietz, MA
Registered Psychologist (#6876)
Carmen is a Registered Psychologist who specializes in assessment with individuals of all ages and abilities. She has particular expertise in helping individuals understand how various factors (intellectual ability, learning and memory, attention, sensory experiences, social-emotional functioning, and our socio-cultural environment) intersect to create unique profiles and neurotypes.
In addition to extensive training in the assessment and diagnosis of various neurodevelopmental and mood disorders, Carmen can also provide evidence-based supports to children and their families to better understand and manage ADHD, oppositional behaviours, executive functioning difficulties, anxiety, school avoidance, learning differences, and challenges with emotional regulation. She also enjoys working with families and school teams to help find the “best fit” environment for children with diverse needs. Carmen uses a collaborative, trauma-informed, and strengths-based lens in her work with individuals, families, and schools.
Carmen has a Master’s Degree in School Psychology (MA, 2011) from the University of British Columbia and past experience working in schools, rural communities, non-profit groups and community outreach. In her spare time, Carmen can be found exploring the outdoors with her family, baking, cheering on her favourite baseball team, or working her way through her many ‘must read’ book lists.
Registered Psychologist (#7328)
Jena works with youth (13 - 18 years old) and adults who suffer from trauma, stress, relationship issues, boundary setting, anxiety, depression, and sexual and gender exploration. Jena has a special interest working with the LGBTQ* community and strives to make a safe and welcoming space for them. She also has a passion for working with addictions and has 10+ years experience working with this population in residential treatment settings and, more recently, private practice. Recently she taught psycho-educational workshops in a residential inpatient setting. The workshops were about concurrent disorders, self-esteem, anger management, and healthy communication.
Jena works primarily from an attachment lens and is trained in Emotionally Focused Therapy and Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR). She also uses techniques from Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Solution Focused Therapy.
Jena is a Registered Provisional Psychologist, Psychologists Association of Alberta member, and EMDR therapist. She received her Bachelor of Science, Specialization in Psychology with Completion of the Industrial Internship in Psychology from the University of Alberta (2013). She completed her Masters of Counseling Psychology at City University of Seattle - Calgary Campus.
In her spare time, Jena can usually be found doing something active like climbing, hiking, Muay Thai, or lifting weights. When not being active she likes to spend time with her nephew, reading books, or sitting down with her partner watching movies or playing video games.
Marcy Kralik, BS
Marcy is supervised by Chris Graham, M.C., RPsych (#6159)
Marcy is near completion of her Master’s in Counselling Psychology. Her growing practice is informed by her career as Nurse and a diverse background in holistic/alternative healing. Marcy’s experience with infant and child development and healthy families grounded her passion for attachment-based science that lends to her counselling approach.
“To slow down and be truly met by another with acceptance is counter to our culture in some ways. Counselling is an opportunity to be fully supported in confronting your edges and discovering new meaning. This relationship is in itself a vehicle for change in moving towards your unique definition of wholeness and fulfillment"
Marcy’s practice is relational, attachment-based and integrative. Her approach encompasses Emotionally Focused, ACT and Solution Focused therapies. She is also informed by Somatic, Mindfulness and Compassion-based practice. She works with adults of all ages and enjoys supporting clients navigating personal, professional, and relational transitions in their lives.
In her spare time, she enjoys dancing, creative writing, reading, adventures in travel and spending time with her young family. She looks forward to meeting you wherever you find yourself in this moment and feels privileged to be a part of your journey.
Marcy offers a low cost therapy option ($50-100/session recommended or pay-what-you-can). Please contact us for more information.
Tania O'Neill, MA
Certified Canadian Counsellor
Tania is a Certified Canadian Counsellor (C.C.C) with over 25 years of experience supporting children and families in various settings such as school-based support, parent coaching, and residential treatment programs. She offers individual and family counselling services with a person-centered approach, emphasizing the importance of developing a therapeutic connection to support meaningful change. Tania is passionate about helping children, families, and couples navigate various challenges they may face. She aims to provide a safe, accepting, and flexible counselling environment for children, teens, adults, and families to empower them to discover their strengths and areas they want to focus on.
Tania holds a Master's Degree in Counselling Psychology from Yorkville University and has extensive training in trauma-informed practices, attachment, and early childhood development. She has particular experience supporting individuals who are managing anxiety, depression, self-esteem issues, parenting concerns, and struggles with interpersonal relationships. She utilizes counseling approaches such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused approaches, and emotionally focused approaches to help clients overcome their challenges.
In her spare time, Tania enjoys spending time with her family, cheering loudly at her children's various sporting events. In the summer she spends as much time outside as possible, camping, boating, and enjoying the company of great friends.
To book an appointment with Tania, contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kassandra Burk, BA
Kassandra received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology degree with Distinction through the University of Calgary (BA; 2021). Kassandra’s undergraduate honours research thesis focused on patients’ experiences and perceptions of virtual healthcare services. Currently, Kassandra is completing her second year of her Master's Degree in School and Applied Child Psychology at the University of Calgary, with the aspiration of becoming a registered psychologist in the future. Kassandra's master's thesis focuses on the effectiveness of a psychoeducaitonal intervention for spouses of public safety personnel (i.e., firefighters, police officers, paramedics) as well as resilience and family functioning.
Kassandra has a passion for the mental health and well-being of children and families. She has experience working with youth and adolescents through her practicum experience, different non-profit organizations, and she also has a passion for research. In her spare time, Kassandra enjoys hiking, paddle boarding, camping, cooking, and spending time with her family.
Kassandra welcomes your inquiries and is pleased to answer any questions you may have about High Point Psychology.
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