Claire Wilde, M.Ed., R.Psych

Claire began studying psychology in 1991. After working for a few years and travelling, She obtained a Master’s in Educational Psychology in Counselling in 2000 and has been a registered psychologist since 2001. She has worked in a variety of settings since then including a not-for-profit counselling agency, AADAC, an Employee Assistance Program and private practice. She has completed advanced training in EMDR, has Level 3 Gottman couples therapy training, is a Bringing Home Baby Certified trainer.  She supervised provisional psychologists.  Throughout her education and work experiences she has been honored to work with many amazing people to reach their goals. Claire works from a relational perspective and uses a variety of strategies that are evidence based, solution focused, and emotion centered.

Claire works with individuals and couples on a variety of issues.  She works with individuals, couples and families as well as facilitating some groups and doing presentations.  Some of the types of issues that she specializes with are:  Transitioning to parenthood, processing trauma, changing unhealthy patterns of coping. She also works with clients to support them through the grieving process when they face losses. She works with clients who have specific goals that they want to achieve, as well as clients who are feeling “unwell”, stressed, overwhelmed, lonely, irritable or sad. 

Claire is a registered psychologist with the College of Alberta Psychologists and the Psychologists' Association of Alberta. 

She is able to direct bill with Alberta Blue Cross, and FNIHB as well as being a provider with Criterion.