Meet Tasha Pelletier RSW MSW  Therapist & Hypnotherapist 

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:

  • Theraplay

  • EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization)

  • 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, 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





Our Therapy Techniques

Play Therapy

i Techniques used are based on Play therapy and Theraplay methods which include art and sandtray therapy. These techniques enhance self-esteem, help manage difficult behaviours and mental health concerns, create healthy bonds between parent-child and sibling relationships. Enhance new relationships. 

Non-intrusive non-verbal and verbal techniques. 

i For Individuals of all ages, Groups, and Families

Dyadic Developmental Therapy (DDP)

i DDP is an effective form of treatment for children and adults who have experienced significant Developmental Trauma, Attachment Difficulties, and/or Intergenerational Trauma. 


i Therapist Uses Verbal techniques in an non-intrusive manner.

i For children, adoptive parents, foster parents, relatives, and residential workers who have children who have experienced trauma or separation in their life. 


i  Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is an extensively researched and proven effective for the treatment of trauma and many other mental health problems. 

iLargely non-verbal treament for PTSD, Trauma, Self-esteem, Insecurities, Depression, Anxiety, and more.

iFor Children, Teens, and Adults

Contact Us

Hours of Operation

Phone: (306) 801-7590


Monday & Friday

8am - 5 pm


320 Gardiner Park Court

Suite A4 Regina, SK



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