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A Safe Place for Mind & Body


Dawn Horner-Wilson

MC, CCC provides part-time counselling services

Dawn also works as an Educational Counsellor at Saskatoon Polytechnic

in the Literacy and Adult Education program. She has a Bachelor of Arts

in Psychology from the University of Saskatchewan and a Masters in

Counselling Psychology from Athabasca University. Dawn is a Certified

Canadian Counsellor through the Canadian Counselling and Psychological


Dawn is a Person-Centered Counselling Therapist and specializes in a

number of areas, including suicide intervention and prevention, depression,

anxiety, trauma, post-traumatic stress disorder, grief work, and family

addiction counselling/consultation. Dawn works with individuals,

adolescents, couples and families. Her goal is to walk along with you as

you discover answers to the struggles you are having in your life. Dawn’s

approach is non-directive and empathetic and you will have a safe space to

be heard and accepted.

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Maddie Wandler


Provides part-time counseling services

Maddie is a registered social worker (RSW) who recently obtained her Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) from the University of Regina. She has been providing mental health related support for five years in a variety of areas including direct support and crisis counselling. Maddie has additional training in cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (expressive arts therapy, and is certified in Mental Health First Aid, and ASIST Suicide Intervention.

Maddie works with youth and adults and her practice areas include anxiety, depression, addictions, narritive therapies self-esteem/body-image issues, and grief/loss. As a member of the LGBTQ2+ community, Maddie is also passionate about working with members of this community and their families. With a non-judgmental and strength-based approach, Maddie seeks to create a space where clients feel welcome and valued for who they are. She is also a believer in the healing powers of nature, laughter and art (music, painting, writing etc.). Maddie believes that the foundation of effective counselling is a genuine connection between a client and counsellor — one that encourages the authentic discussion, vulnerability, and self-exploration that facilitate personal growth and healing.

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Stacey Senko


Provides part-time counselling services

Works with individuals, couples, families, and groups.

Stacey works with complex trauma and mental health. She also helps facilitate

the PTSD Saskatoon Group.

She currently works with children and adolescents with complex trauma.

Stacey is currently finishing her Somatic Experiencing Training.

Other trainings include:

Trainer for Applied Suicide Intervention Training (ASIST)-Provisional

EMDR therapist


Gottman Method Couples Therapy Level 1 and Level 2

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy

She provides a collaborative, warm, cheerful environment that helps to

support her clients through their journey toward greater health and wellness.

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