Welcome

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Vicky Roubekas, MACP, RPsych

Life sometimes presents us with challenges too difficult to handle on our own…

You can’t remember the last time you were able to relax and unwind.

Your mind is constantly racing with judgmental and negative thoughts about yourself and your life.

All you want is to feel happy, but you don’t feel good enough.

People who should have been safe have hurt you and let you down, leaving you scared to open up and trust.

You keep re-living that disturbing event over and over again, unjustly blaming yourself, and believe you will never be able to move on and let it go.

You find yourself crying at the drop of a hat for no explainable reason, which leads you to feel more isolated and alonedisconnected from everyone around you.

You’re unsure if therapy can help, but are willing to do whatever it takes to feel better.


You want to feel self-confident, experience joy, and feel capable of dealing with any of life’s challenges.

You want to be able to trust, feel connected, and engage in meaningful relationships.

You want to feel whole again and free yourself from troubling memories and images.

Imagine making healthy decisions for yourself and living your life purposefully.

I can help you get there.


I specialize in anxiety, PTSD/trauma, and women’s health. I also work with people experiencing assertiveness, body image, chronic illness, grief and loss, life transitions, personal growth, relationship, self-esteem, spirituality, and stress issues.


You don’t have to go through this alone — contact me at 403-891-1384 to schedule your free 15-minute phone consultation.


Vision

To be an expert leader and chosen authority locally, nationally, and internationally in supporting women to heal mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual wounds, to regain their confidence, reclaim their voice and body, unleash their power, and live authentically.

Mission

By bridging psychotherapy with spiritual practices (Eastern philosophies, shamanism, and energy healing), engage in one-on-one therapy, workshops, retreats, writings, books, teachings, and speaking engagements to create a safe, sacred space where personal healing, growth, and transformation can unfold.

Why

As a girl growing up in a very traditional patriarchal Greek Orthodox family, I had no voice. I was to be seen, but not heard. My expected role was to get married, have children, and take care of my husband, children, and the home. There was no value placed on higher education. I sexually matured at age 10, which resulted in unwanted sexual touching by older boys and men. I had no ability to speak up for myself and I disconnected from my body. As such, I want to empower women to find their voice, speak their truth, reclaim and connect with their bodies in a loving, accepting way, and to live their life authentically. To feel confident, to see their inherent beauty, and to know they are perfect just the way they are. To forgive and accept themselves. To walk through life knowing they are good enough, deserving, worthy, and capable.

Core Values

  1. Acceptance of Self and Others
  2. Compassion for Self and Others
  3. We are all Divine Beings
  4. Treat Everyone as an Equal
  5. Build Meaningful Heartfelt Relationships
  6. Create a Safe, Sacred Space
  7. Spiritual Compass

Vicky has an extensive knowledge base and many effective tools to incorporate into her practice. When combined with her caring and compassionate manner, she is a fabulous psychologist. I would recommend Vicky for anyone seeking help!!

Tammy Kremer, Certified Yoga Therapist

Vicky is a compassionate and empathetic psychologist. She is a grounded person who understands the challenges and hardships of her clients. Vicky offers a safe environment where her honesty and patience assist her in creating connections with clients as they work through sensitive issues together. Vicky works with clients as they connect with their true self while reaching their full potential. Vicky’s ability to practice both competently and authentically allows her to provide optimal care.

Maria Bouzetos, Registered Psychologist