Gary Meiers Ph.D.
Level 2 Trained
10009 - 85 Avenue Edmonton, AB  T6E 2J9 Canada
(780) 433-2269(780) 433-2269
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Languages

English

Availability

Tuesday - Saturday

Insurance Accepted

Yes

Alberta School Employee Benefits Plan

Indian Residential Schools

Veteran Affairs

Great West Life

Green Shield Canada

Payment Policies
Credit cards accepted
Qualifications
  • Degree: Ph.D.
  • Field: Counselling Psychologhy
  • Year graduated: 1992
  • Practice since: 1989
  • License states: Alberta, Canada
About

Dr. Meiers has been working in the counselling field since 1970, receiving his PhD in Counselling Psychology from The University of Alberta in 1992. Initially working with troubled teens and their parents in family therapy, Dr. Meiers was licensed in California in 1980 as a Marriage, Family, and Child Therapist. In 1989 he became registered as a Psychologist in Alberta. Dr. Meiers completed levels I and II of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy training from the EMDR Institute in 1998.

Special populations

In his practice Dr. Meiers sees a wide range of clients: adults, teens, and children from alcoholic families, adults who have experienced developmental traumas [sexual, physical & emotional abuse] (often in the context of their own dysfunctional family of origin), clients with PTSD, couples who are seeking to strengthen their relationship, families looking for new ways to resolve old problems, and individuals who keep repeating the past. Depending on the presenting problem and a client's history, Dr. Meiers often integrates EMDR Therapy and Gestalt Therapy and/or Structural Family Therapy. Dr. Meiers leads individual and small group supervision sessions developing key theoretical and practical therapeutic skills for Registered Provisional Psychologist.

Services
  • Individual
  • Couples
  • Family
Specialties
  • ADHD
  • Affairs
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Domestic Violence
  • Emotional Abuse
  • Panic
  • Parenting
  • Phobias
  • PTSD
  • Sexual Abuse
  • Sexual Dysfunction
  • Substance Abuse
Specialized Ages
  • Children
  • Teens
  • Adults
  • Elders