Associates can provide in-office or virtual sessions. Some therapists provide a full 60 minutes vs others provide 50 minutes (allowing for 10 minutes of note taking) and this is indicated in each therapist bio.

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Registered Provisional Psychologist

Focus Areas:

Fatherhood, Men’s Health and Issues, ADHD coaching, Self-esteem and Identity, Grief and Loss, Career and vocational issues, Anxiety and overthinking, Depression, Trauma.

Client age range: 13 +
Office hours: Mon-Fri 4:30-9pm, Sunday 10-4:30pm
  • $180 per hour
  • Payment via e-transfer, debit and credit card 
Office location: please inquire

Therapy can be very challenging like climbing a mountain, in that there is a set destination at the top but many ways to get there. Each client comes to therapy with unique ideas of how they want to get to the top and what they want to experience along the way. I take time to build a safe, non-judgemental, and trusting environment, getting to know each individuals unique story and how their experiences have shaped their beliefs, behaviours, and view of the world. I bring over 12 years of experience working in the mental health and vocational support sectors to integrate aspects of different evidence-based treatments to best help individuals attain a higher quality of life. By tackling unhealthy beliefs and behaviours that create barriers to growth, healing, and positive relationships with self and others. I have climbed my own mountains in life and experienced things that allow me to hold a great deal of empathy for others suffering and bring hope to those who feel lost. Struggling through abusive relationships, navigating education with ADHD, and the challenges of being a husband and father empower me to hold space for clients trying their best through very hard times.

"To the mind that is still, the whole universe surrenders." - Lao Tzu

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Education & Awards 

Motivational Interviewing: Level 1 through AHVNA,  November 2023

Masters of Counselling Psychology from Athabasca University, December 2023

Bachelor of Arts from MacEwan University, July 2015

Major in Psychology, Minor in History. Research interests included dreams and PTSD

Undergraduate Student Research Initiative (USRI) Award through the USRI Grant, September 2014     


Publications & Authorships

Flockhart, C., Gackenbach, J.I. The Nightmare Protection Hypothesis: An experimental inquiry.(2017). International Journal of Dream Research. Vol(10)1. DOI:

Gackenbach, J.I., Witiw, T., Ferguson, M., Flockhart, C., Swanson, D. & Ahlswede, S. Commentary: “Experts” versus trained dream coders: Does it make a difference? International Journal of Dream Research. 2013

Gackenbach, J.I., Boyes, A., Sinyard, S., Flockhart, C. (in press, 2016). The impact of digital technology on children’s dreams. In Campbell, J. & Johnson, C. (EDs.), Sleep Monsters and Superheroes: Empowering Children through Creative Dream play.

Gackenbach, J.I., Stark, H., Boyes, A., & Flockhart, C. (2015). Reality: Waking, Sleeping and Virtual. In M. Kramer (Ed.), Dream Research: Applications to Clinical Practice.

Gackenbach, J.I., Wijeyaratnam, D., Flockhart, C. (2017). Boundaries of Self and Reality Online: Implications of Digitally Constructed Realities.



Flockhart, C., Gackenbach, J.I., & Ditner, A. Nightmare Protection: An experimental Inquiry. Paper presented at the Towards a Science of Consciousness conference, Helsinki, Finland. 2015, June

Flockhart, C., Gackenbach, J.I., & Ditner, A. Nightmare Protection: An experimental Inquiry. Paper presented at the Video Game conference at University of Calgary, June, 2016.