Dr. Keith Courtney


Dr. Keith Courtney is a board-certified psychiatrist who has been practicing since 1995. Dr. Courtney graduated from the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1990. He completed his residency in general psychiatry at Louisiana State University in New Orleans and a fellowship in cross-cultural psychiatry at the University of Minnesota. He is board-certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and is a fellow of the American Society of Addictions Medicine. He has been on the faculties of Dartmouth University, the University of Vermont, Louisiana State University, and the University of Nevada. He is currently on the faculty of the University of Calgary where he supervises residents and medical students. Dr. Courtney’s areas of interest include psychiatric assessment, psychopharmacology, psychotherapy (including psychodynamic psychotherapy, cognitive-behavioural therapy, mindfulness-based therapies, and others), sports and performance arts mental health issues, psychedelic therapies, and complementary and alternative psychiatric interventions. He has worked extensively with correctional inmates, homeless individuals, victims of war and other traumas, men’s mental health, the LGBTQI+ community, as well as with members of sports and performance arts communities.

Adults, Adolescents, Men’s Mental Health, LGBTQI+ communities, Incarcerated Individuals, Homeless Individuals, Police and Correctional officers, and Individuals involved in Performance Arts and Sports

Modalities / Treatment Methods:
Psychopharmacology, Psychedelic Psychiatry, Complementary and Alternative Psychiatry, Psychotherapy (including Short-term Psychodynamic Therapy Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Interpersonal Psychotherapy, Mindfulness-based Psychotherapies), Cross-Cultural Psychiatry, and Addictions Medic

Darlene Foucault Ph.D., R.Psych. (she/her)

Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Foucault graduated with a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Ottawa and has been in practice since 2005. Trained in the provision of individual, couple, and family therapy, Darlene is passionate about helping clients acquire additional skills to better manage their emotions, improve their coping with daily stresses, and develop stronger and healthier relationships. Her goal is to help her clients reclaim their lives and rebuild one that aligns with their highest values. Dr. Foucault specializes in Complex Trauma. She also has experience with public Safety Personnel, Veterans, the Canadian Armed Forces, as well as the RCMP. 

Adult, Public Safety Personnel, Substance Use Disorders, LGBTQ2IA+

Modalities / Treatment Methods:
Prolonged Exposure, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing


Dr. Sarah Holland

Registered Psychologist

Dr. Sarah Holland is a registered forensic, clinical, and counselling psychologist with the College of Alberta Psychologists.  She completed her doctoral training at an American Psychological Association accredited university, during which she obtained specialized training in Forensics and Pediatric Neuropsychology.  She completed her residency training at a Canadian Psychological Associated accredited program with Correctional Service Canada.  Dr. Holland also completed a Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington.  

Dr. Holland conducts cognitive, social-emotional, and risk (sexual and violence) assessments and has worked therapeutically with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families across a variety of settings (shelters, residential programs, correctional centres, community mental health, hospitals, and educational settings) utilizing evidence-based therapies for almost 15 years.  She approaches her work with clients in eclectic and integrative fashion that is need dependent and built upon an established therapeutic alliance. Dr. Holland is also a Clinical Adjunct Supervisor with the University of Calgary, Werklund School of Education, Educational Studies in Counselling Psychology, and has been nominated for the Excellence in Supervision Award.   

Adult, Adolescents, Children, Families, Groups, Public Safety Personnel, Veterans and Canadian Armed Forces, RCMP, LGBTQ2IA+

Modalities / Treatment Methods:
Family Systems, Prolonged Exposure, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Accelerated Resolution Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, projective therapies (e.g., play therapy, sandtray, narrative, etc.), Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Hypnosis

Dr. Dan McKinnon, Ph.D. (Education), MA (Counselling)

Psychedelics Preparation & Integration Psychologist​

Dan is a registered psychologist who offers extensive experience and expertise to clients who are in the midst of a life changing transition, emotional quandary, grief work, spiritual discovery and/or existential dilemma. He has completed specialized training and certification in emotion- focused therapy, focusing-oriented therapy, mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, positive psychology, and narrative therapy. In 2009, he completed a doctoral dissertation at the University of Calgary titled, Uncovering and Understanding the Spirituality and Wholeness of Educators.

Dan’s approach is person-centered and based on the healing power of the therapeutic alliance. It entails creating a safe, open, engaging relational space. He acts as a catalytic companion by using strategic questions to probe and coax the client to the meaningful discoveries and adaptations that will make a difference for them. His specialties as an existential, developmental and integral psychologist are powered by his passion for being a collaborator with a client in their personal change, meaning-making and growth.

Dan began researching psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy (PAP) in 2018 and commenced his formal PAP training in 2021. He began studying and practicing contemplative disciplines, dream interpretation, non-ordinary states of consciousness and psycho-spiritual discovery work at the age of fourteen.

Kate Hollowell Sheldon, M.C.P.

Registered Psychologist

Kate is a registered psychologist whose practice is focused on providing a personalized and integrative treatment for adults. As we often understand ourselves through our relationship, Kate works in collaborative manner to facilitate meaningful change and growth. She has specialized training and interest in assessing and treating trauma/PTSD, grief and loss, burnout and compassion fatigue, anger management, and mild traumatic brain injury and chronic pain. She has experience working with broad and diverse populations, first responders, and veterans. Kate draws from an integrative evidence-based approach, utilizing a cognitive behavioural approach as a foundation alongside somatic interventions, EMDR, cognitive processing therapy, and mindfulness.

Adults, Adolescents (16+), Groups, First Responders, RCMP, Veterans

Modalities / Treatment Methods:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and solution focused therapy, Mindfulness and somatic based interventions, Trauma-informed, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, Cognitive Processing Therapy, Emotional Freedom Technique Tapping