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Roisin Kenny, MA

Roisin Kenny is a Provisionally Registered Psychologist in the Province of Alberta. She completed a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology at MacEwan University in Edmonton, and a Master of Arts degree in Counselling Psychology from McGill University in Montreal in 2016. Roisin received clinical training in therapy and psychological assessment from McGill’s Psychoeducational and Counselling clinic. Roisin has supported youth and staff at the Youth Assessment Centre in High Prairie, AB. Roisin is currently working with the YMCA supporting participants attending a programs there. She is available to see new clients at our office in Edmonton. Roisin has experience working with individuals from Indigenous communities across Alberta. Roisin’s approach to therapy is based on the fundamental principles of non-judgmental acceptance, unconditional positive regard and empowerment of the individual via validation of their unique experiences. Furthermore, Roisin’s approach to treatment is integrative, it is based on evidence-based practice combined with consideration of the specific needs of the individual.
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ARCH Psychological Services 2021

Roisin Kenny, MA

Roisin Kenny is a Provisionally Registered Psychologist in the province of Alberta. She completed a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology at MacEwan University in Edmonton, and a Master of Arts degree in Counselling Psychology from McGill University in Montreal in 2016. Roisin received clinical training in therapy and psychological assessment from McGill’s Psychoeducational and Counselling clinic. Roisin has supported youth and staff at the Youth Assessment Centre in High Prairie, AB. Roisin is currently working with the YMCA supporting participants attending a programs there. She is available to see new clients at our office in Edmonton and St. Albert. Roisin has experience working with individuals from Indigenous communities across Alberta. Roisin’s approach to therapy is based on the fundamental principles of non-judgmental acceptance, unconditional positive regard and empowerment of the individual via validation of their unique experiences. Furthermore, Roisin’s approach to treatment is integrative, it is based on evidence-based practice combined with consideration of the specific needs of the individual.