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Dr. Jake Tremblay, Ph.D., R.Psych., CCTP

A Registered Psychologist with 17 years of experience and a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional, Jake’s practice supports most general mental health concerns, with a focus on trauma, PTSD, and workplace health issues. He is trained in EMDR, Prolonged Exposure, and Cognitive Processing Therapies, and has provided psychological assessment for recruitment candidates in law enforcement, and in safety-sensitive contexts for over 12 years. He is also an Associate Academic Colleague of Educational Psychology, has provided clinical supervision to registering psychologists at the University of Alberta CPA-Accredited Residency Program, and to graduate students at the University of Alberta. His work experiences and education have included:

  • Director of Clinical & Counselling Services at the University of Alberta

  • Primary Care Network Psychologist in the community interdisciplinary clinic

  • Manager of Alberta Clinical Services, and National Alcohol & Drug Assessment Program for a national Employee and Family Assistance company

  • Vice President and Board member of the Psychologists’ Association of Alberta

  • Member of the Construction Labour Relations alcohol and drug policy development program, and the Alberta Addictions & Mental Health workplace alcohol and drug research committee.

  • Ph.D. in Counselling Psychology from the UofA-CPA accredited Counselling Psychology Program

  • M.Ed., UofA Counselling Psychology

  • B.A., Honours, UNB Psychology

Most recently, Jake has founded Mindspring Psychology Associates Inc., an enterprising psychology practice of local professionals providing effective evidenced-based therapy and assessment services to Albertans, and supportive professional guidance to psychologists building their own thriving practices.

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Dr. Sulin Tan., Psy.D., R.Psych.

Sulin does not do direct insurance billing. A receipt will be issued for insurance claims purposes.

Sulin is a Registered Psychologist with the College of Alberta Psychologists. She holds a doctoral degree in clinical psychology. She has practiced in community mental health and medical settings in Singapore and Canada.

Everyone has a story. I believe that our difficult experiences make sense in the context of our personal narrative and the ways our bodies respond. In my work, I make time to listen for and get to know your unique story as best as I can, including your strengths and what you hope to get from therapy.

I work from a collaborative and integrative model. I integrate “process-experiential” therapy (i.e., using the therapy process to invite curiosity and new experiences that allow for growth). I integrate this with “skills-based” therapy (i.e., therapy that teaches specific skills and strategies). Everyone is different and thus, I work with you to determine what therapy approach best suits you in your current situation.

I have worked and lived in different communities and I am sensitive to the privileges and marginalization that people encounter due to their identities and factors over which they have no or little control. I work hard to recognize my own privilege and blind-spots so that I can create space for my clients who have experienced oppression and other traumas.

I have a particular interest in interpersonal neurobiology (i.e., polyvagal theory). I am trained in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), Exposure and Response Prevention (ExRP), and Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT). I know there is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to helping people so I incorporate elements of these within a collaborative, person-oriented therapeutic style.

I offer individual therapy to adults and mature minors. My areas of practice include depression, anxiety, trauma and PTSD, emotional regulation, obsessions and compulsions, pain management, life transitions, identity concerns including gender identity and nondominant identities.

Outside of work, I am an aspiring yogi who enjoys k-dramas, mountain hikes, and good food.


Allison Ingram, M.Ed., R.Psych.

"Parenting is a relationship with your child – not something you do to your child."

If this statement resonates with you, and you are looking for support in strengthening or developing a positive parenting approach, please feel free to contact me. I am a registered psychologist with 13 years of experience working with children and families in areas of: anxiety, hospitalization, medical crises, grief and loss, challenging behavior, and positive parenting strategies, with a particular interest in supporting the parenting of toddlers and school aged children. I do not provide services for custody and access issues.

Contact us to discuss how joining our team may fit your practice interests. 

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