Counselling Services

Lumina Counselling Services in St. Albert

There are many techniques used in individual and family counselling. At Lumina Counselling, we use the most current and effective interventions based on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, within a holistic approach. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is an evidence-based non-drug type of therapy. As your therapists, we are keenly aware that one of the keys to success is the connection between client and therapist. We endeavor to build strong therapeutic alliances with our clients and then apply the most suitable technique or techniques. We strive to provide counselling sessions that are dynamic, collaborative, and results oriented. In addition, we elicit continual feedback to ensure that you are receiving premium and effective service.

About Ashif Kassam MA, CCC, BSc, RPNAbout Ashif Kassam MA, CCC, BSc, RPN

Ashif has Bachelor of Science degrees in Psychology and Biology, with an emphasis on Pharmacology. His graduate degree is a Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology. His clinical experience in Psychiatry and Psychology began in 1996 and is very diverse and extensive. Ashif is also a Registered Psychiatric Nurse and a Canadian Certified Counsellor. His training and experience allows him to assist with a variety of disorders, including the following: depression, anxiety, phobia, obsessive-compulsive tendencies, chemical and behavioural addictions, anger regulation, and stress control. In addition, Ashif conducts counselling to do with marital or couples’ issues, along with family counselling. He has been in a private practice since 2009 and has 20 over years of experience in the fields of Psychology and Psychiatry. Please call +1 (780) 902-1700 or send us a message via the Contact Us form on each page to schedule an appointment.


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We are so proud to receive this award, along with a nomination for “Outstanding Customer Service Award” in St. Albert!

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