Executive Director & Building Manager
“We don't have to do it all alone, we were never meant to”
M.A.M.F.T. EMI (1)
Marlene has a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy and is an Affiliate Member of The Canadian Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT). She is also trained in Eye Movement Integration (EMI), to assist people in working through traumatic experiences. Marlene works with individuals, couples and families in the areas of: grief, relationships, PTSD (post trauma), life transitions, parenting and spiritual life. Marlene has been with CFS since August 2012. Her interests include: time with family and friends, playing piano and guitar, listening to music, reading, being outdoors, meeting new people and life in general!
Eric Bailey, MMFT
RMFT (CAMFT), Clinical Fellow and Approved Supervisor (AAMFT)
Marriage and Family Therapist
Eric has a Master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy, Master's degree of Arts in Religion and a Bachelor's degree of Arts in Psychology. He is a registered Marriage and Family Therapist (as a member of CAMFT) and a Clinical Fellow (as a member of AAMFT). He is an approved Supervisor (AAMFT). He has done behavioral consultant, and employment consultant work with individuals with developmental impairments and children and adults with Autism. Eric works with couples, families and individuals providing support through various life events. Eric started working at Catholic Family Services in August 2014.
Michaël has a Bachelor’s degree of Arts that combines psycheducation, criminology and addictions counselling. His education also included multiple courses in First Nations studies and Sexual Health. As a former Addictions Counsellor, he uses an approach that empowers clients to make their own decisions. Michaël uses solution-focused therapy as well as single session thinking (SST). He is creative and likes to think outside of the box! As Michaël speaks French, he can offer counselling sessions in both official languages.
As part of the Walk in Counselling Services, Michael is available to meet with clients at other agencies.
Michaël a un Baccalauréat multidisciplinaire (B.Arts) qui combine : intervention psychosociale, criminologie et toxicomanie. Son parcours universitaire inclue plusieurs cours en études autochtones ainsi qu’en santé sexuelle. Anciennement intervenant en toxicomanie, il utilise l’empowerment afin d’encourager les personnes à prendre des décisions pour elles-même. Michaël utilise l’approche orientée vers les solutions ainsi que le : << Single Session Thinking >> (SST).
Il est créatif et aime voir les choses de façon différente! Puisque Michaël parle Français, il peut offrir des sessions de counselling dans les deux langues officielles.
Parmi les services de Walk-In, il lui est possible de se déplacer afin de rencontrer les gens dans d’autres organismes.
Kim has a master's degree in Counselling Psychology and a bachelor's degree in Arts with a specialization in psychology. Kim has training certificates from Postpartum Support International as well as in Critical Incident Stress Management and Family Systems Trauma. She has a strong interest in maternal mental health and is part of a national working group of mental health professionals who are working to create a national maternal mental health strategy. Other areas of interest include trauma, addiction, parenting & domestic violence.
Kim is registered with the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists as a psychologist (provisional). Kim joined CFSPA in 2019.
David is a student therapist, completing his Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy. He is a student member of the Canadian Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (CAMFT). David has training in childhood trauma, grief and loss, relationships, and brain development. He has cross-cultural experience with youth and families promoting cultural awareness and spirituality. David enjoys connecting with people, hearing their stories, and coming alongside to empower their journey to wholeness.