Sheri Kalke, RPsych

Sheri Kalke is a Registered Psychologist who’s practiced in both Canada and the United States.

Sheri’s Fundamental Beliefs

“I believe that every human is worthy of compassion and love. Mental health is not a finish line; instead, it is a series of peaks and valleys.”

Sheri invests time, effort, and care for her clients to help them achieve their goals.

Sheri exhibits the patience and understanding of someone who has been there; compassion and genuine care and concern for others is what makes her stand out in this industry.”

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Meet Sheri

I believe that every human is worthy of compassion and love.


Jana-Lynn Caines, RPsych

Jana-Lynn Caines is a Registered Psychologist in Calgary, AB focusing on fertility, prenatal, and postnatal concerns that singles and couples have through these novel journeys. Jana-Lynn, through her own personal experiences in these areas, is able to use several techniques and caring guidance to help folks find places of peace and harmony.

Somewhere in my formative years, I internalized the idea that the goal of life was to become a ‘strong, independent woman. I now view the purpose of my life to be connecting with others in growth-fostering relationships of all kinds, whether that be friend, family, work, or romantic relationships.

Meet Jana-Lynn

During my 13 years as a psychologist, I have had the privilege to work with children, youth, and adults with a wide-variety of concerns.

Some of the challenges I have worked through in my own life, with the help of counselling, are connected to my female identity—pregnancy loss, post-partum and post-adoption depression, as well as the pressure to succeed both at home and at work as a single mother. Ultimately, I love working with women and girls because they often more readily embrace their relational nature and find meaning in connections (it is no coincidence that RCT was established in the 1970s at the same time as the growing feminist movement in psychology).

As a Registered Psychologist, I practice primarily from a Relational-Cultural Theory (RCT) model, exploring experiences of connection and disconnection and their impact on emotional wellbeing. RCT views disconnection and conflict as opportunities to cultivate mutual empathy, as well as the understanding that healthy relationships naturally ebb and flow through a process of connection, disconnection, and reconnection. My approach to counselling children and youth is more integrative. In addition to RCT, I draw from other counselling models to meet the needs and developmental level of the client’s age and concern.  Some of the methods I integrate into my practice are Narrative Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, Expressive Arts Therapy, and Play Therapy.


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