Tasha is a Registered Social Worker with the Saskatchewan Association of Social Workers and has her Master of Social Work Degree from the University of Texas at Arlington where she specialized in Mental Health and Substance Abuse.
She is trained in:
Emotionally Focused Therapy
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing)
Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy
Hypnotherapy (incl. Integrative Addictions Solutions, Coaching the Unconscious Mind; HypnoFertility, HypnoBirthing, HypnoPostPartum)
Goulding Process: SleepTalk
Integrative Listening Systems (Safe and Sound Protocol; Focus Systems)
Play therapy techniques
Tasha is a trauma informed and an anti-oppressive practitioner who follows an attachment-focused framework when working with individuals and families. She is highly knowledgeable of child development, attachment difficulties, intergenerational trauma, developmental trauma, PTSD, and the effects of residential school. She also has extensive experience working with indigenous peoples and communities.
Tasha has a little spark that loves to shine. She is a playful, creative, and caring individual who believes everyone deserves to be Free to Bee joyous, at peace, mentally well. i
I am happiest when I am free to be myself.
Tasha Pelletier, RSW MSW
Certified Canadian Counsellor, MA, MEd
Kate (she/her) is excited to be starting her private practice with Free to Bee Me. After years of working in schools and rehabilitation settings, Kate has found her passion in working with individuals who have made the choice to grow and heal. Kate has a particular interest in helping people who have suffered as a result of trauma, and has specialized in sexual and interpersonal violence. Her philosophy and framework include a feminist and anti-oppressive approach to counselling, as well as a focus on trauma-informed, somatic (body), and attachment-based interventions. Her training and experience have strengthened her belief that everyone has the ability and capacity to heal, no matter the adversity. With unconditional regard, warmth, and humour, Kate will work to build a safe and respectful partnership with you.
As a Certified Counsellor, she is also certified in MindBody Therapy and holds a specialization in Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Kate is trained in:
Internal Family Systems
Inner Relationship Focusing
Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders
Kate believes in each individual's capacity to heal and to be free to live beyond trauma, with increased presence, self-compassion, creativity, and energy. If you are interested in healing from old wounds, gaining insight into negative coping strategies, and tapping into your inner wisdom and vitality, Kate would be honoured to support and guide your process i
Brianna (she/her) is a registered social worker with the Saskatchewan Association of Social Workers.
Along with her social work degree, she has graduate certification from the University of Calgary in
clinical social work – specializing in infant, child, and youth mental health, and advanced social work
Brianna’s practice is grounded in anti-oppressive theory, and is guided by an attachment-framework.
She is a trauma-informed practitioner who works from an eclectic model to draw from evidence based
approaches in a way that compliments each individuals’ unique strengths and challenges.
She is trained in:
-Play Therapy Techniques
-Cognitive Behavioural Therapy,
-EMDR, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing
Brianna is experienced in working with individuals who are impacted by depression, anxiety, stress, and
low self-esteem. She also has experience supporting individuals who are neurodiverse, and is passionate
about offering accessible, person-centred, mental health support.
Brianna loves working with children, youth, and caregivers, and is very knowledgeable in child
development. She is a strong believer that therapy can be fun, playful, and expressive i
Kerry La Pointe
Child and Family Therapist
Kerry is a Registered Social Worker with the Saskatchewan Association of Social Workers and obtained her Bachelor of Social Work degree from the University of Regina. She has years of experience working within the child welfare system supporting families and children of all ages, ethnicities, and backgrounds. She has extensive experience working within a Family Systems framework and specializes in helping children and teens who have experienced trauma, grief/loss, family violence and attachment difficulties. Kerry has built a positive relationship with indigenous peoples and understands the trauma and intergenerational trauma caused by residential schools.
She utilizes Play Therapy techniques, co-regulation skills, suicide prevention techniques, crisis de-escalation skills, and leadership skills in her practice. She is trained in Caring for Sexually Abused Children; STEP Teen Parenting; Suicide Awareness and Prevention.
Kerry takes an eclectic approach to problem-solving with clients as she is playful, empathetic, caring, and supportive. She believes every person has inherent strengths and resiliency that can be built upon for improved life skills and coping i