dr. patricia miller
Psychologist & Clinical Social Worker (RCSW)
We humbly welcome you to the Calgary Therapy Institute website. We have a new home and location in the beautiful community of Lake Bonavista, specifically at:
The Calgary Therapy Institute:
755 Lake Bonavista Dr. Se
Calgary, Alberta T2J 0N3
Office hours are: Monday to Thursday 9-8 pm, Friday’s 9-4pm, Saturday’s 9-4 pm and Sunday’s 11-4 pm.
We are just getting started in our new location. The office is located on the second floor, just down from the elevator.
We have many projects starting for the fall/winter such as CBT/DBT groups for youth and emerging adults, a grief support group, parent education group for transitions back into school/university, trauma support group and a peer support group for adults living with mental health concerns (winter 2022). Some of our programming will be on-line, while our primary groups will be in person.
Our focus is on supporting people to self-determine their mental health needs. We provide inclusive services to our diverse clients. Our services included assessment, therapy and support in relation to all mental health needs across the lifespan. We have Psychologists and Social Workers that assess and provide psychological support for ongoing mental health concerns such as:
Anxiety, OCD, depression, body dysmorphia, eating disorders, bipolar disorder, ADHD, Autism, addictions, trauma, grief, first responder care, NIHB psychological services, aging concerns
We have a team of child/adolescent psychologists that can assess learning disabilities and other neurodevelopmental disorders
We provide adult assessments for various legal situations, including expert testimony
We have an on-staff mediator that can create shared parenting agreements for parenting orders
Our therapy team can offer individual child, adolescent, adult and psychotherapy; we also provide couples and family therapy
We have a trauma specialist team that offers trauma-focused care, with specialization in assessment and trauma-informed psychological recovery
We have an on-staff special needs teacher that can provide direction on IPP’s and collaborative practices, with your school team
Our goal is to collaborate with other professionals in your life to establish a mental health plan that works for you and your loved ones
COVID has impacted all people in this city and across the world. We are focused on mental health recovery for the people in our practice. We are seeking new research and better ways to understand how to live well with mental health across the lifespan.
We believe that we are stronger together and we hope to be an important part of your mental health support team.
We respect diversity and engage inclusive mental health practices that allow people to self-determine their healing process.
UPDATE: Groups postponed until beginning of Feb. due to the impact of COVID
We are located in traditional territories of the Niitsitapi (Blackfoot Confederacy) and the people of the Treaty 7 region in Southern Alberta, which is also home to Metis Nation of Alberta, Region 3.