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 Associate member of AAMFT (American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy). 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.
John is a registered Social Worker who has worked in Addictions and Mental Health for over thirty years. He has also taught at Saskatchewan Polytechnic in the Addictions Counseling Program. He is certified in "Applied Choice Theory" and "Re-decision Therapy". John is also certified in Critical Incident Stress Management. His interests include reading, canoeing, most sports and spending time outdoors.
B. Sci Psychology; M. Ed Counselling; C.C.C.
Sheila has a Master's of Education (Counselling) degree and a Bachelors of Science (Psychology). She has specialized in the areas of refugee trauma, aboriginal focusing-oriented therapy and complex trauma, suicide intervention, children exposed to violence, domestic and family violence, and crisis intervention.
Kim has a master's degree in Counselling Psychology and a bachelor's degree in Arts with a specialization in psychology. She is currently in the process of registering with the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists as a psychologist (provisional). Kim has training certificates from Postpartum Support International as well as in Critical Incident Stress Management and is currently completing a course in 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.