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Al Riediger, PhD, RPsych

Al Riediger is a founding partner at ARCH Psychological Services. He offers intensive therapy for individuals who have been deeply wounded and he provides objective psycho-legal assessments in civil or criminal cases. Dr. Riediger’s practice is primarily directed at victims and perpetrators of sexual, physical or emotional abuse, individuals facing serious legal or life challenges, individuals suffering from Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and individuals in personal or relationship crises. He has practiced psychology for over 40 years in a variety of settings including: child guidance clinic, mental hospital, employee assistance program, community forensic services, community mental health clinic, Aboriginal communities and, for more than 20 years in private practice. He has extensive experience in working with people who are dealing with serious victimization, major behavioural problems or emotional/mental health concerns. He provides respectful and caring facilitation of inner healing and development of more effective personal functioning. His focus is on the individual as a whole person who is engaged in a unique and positive life process. He has provided leadership in his profession as a former President of the Psychologists’ Association of Alberta and in the development of major programs and projects including the establishment of an Employee Assistance Program for the Alberta Public Service and the creation of a number of groundbreaking programs which mobilize community intervention in addressing sexual abuse.
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Al Riediger, PhD, RPsych

Al Riediger is a founding partner at ARCH Psychological Services. He offers intensive therapy for individuals who have been deeply wounded and he provides objective psycho-legal assessments in civil or criminal cases. Dr. Riediger’s practice is primarily directed at victims and perpetrators of sexual, physical or emotional abuse, individuals facing serious legal or life challenges, individuals suffering from Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and individuals in personal or relationship crises. He has practiced psychology for over 40 years in a variety of settings including: child guidance clinic, mental hospital, employee assistance program, community forensic services, community mental health clinic, Aboriginal communities and, for more than 20 years in private practice. He has extensive experience in working with people who are dealing with serious victimization, major behavioural problems or emotional/mental health concerns. He provides respectful and caring facilitation of inner healing and development of more effective personal functioning. His focus is on the individual as a whole person who is engaged in a unique and positive life process. He has provided leadership in his profession as a former President of the Psychologists’ Association of Alberta and in the development of major programs and projects including the establishment of an Employee Assistance Program for the Alberta Public Service and the creation of a number of groundbreaking programs which mobilize community intervention in addressing sexual abuse.
ARCH Psychological Services 2021