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Paulette Rodziewicz

Registered Psychologist, EMDR Trained

Existing Clients Only

St. Albert and Sherwood Park
Paulette's Rate: $220/hour

Direct Billing to:

  • Alberta Blue Cross

  • Medavie Blue Cross

  • Green Shield

  • NIHB

  • Telus e-claims

  • Canada Life

Reimbursed by:

  • Sunlife

  • Manulife

  • Others

Who Can Paulette Help?

Paulette specializes in helping pre-teens (11 to 13), teenagers (14 to 19), adults and seniors (65+) with anxiety disorders, depression, or stress.


Paulette has supported people through grief and loss, anxiety, depression, managing stress, and overcome family struggles, work and personal relationship issues, family violence, sexual violence, bullying, trauma, self-esteem, and anger management.  









Paulette can also help with:

Anger Management

Chronic Pain

Coping Skills


Domestic Abuse

Family Conflict


Life Transitions 

Relationship Issues

School Issues 

Self Esteem

Sexual Abuse

Teen Violence

Trauma & PTSD

Women's Issues

Paulette offers a caring environment.

Her approach is based on the principles: that clients deserve to be treated with respect and dignity, in a caring and safe environment; and that the best results happen when the client and counsellor work together as partners, drawing upon the client’s resilience, knowledge and inner strength.  


Paulette's Approaches

Paulette uses Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, Mindfulness and EMDR-Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing.


More About Paulette

Prior to becoming a registered provisional psychologist, Paulette was employed for 35 years in the public service with the Government of Alberta. She worked in the justice system and human service field supporting youth, adults, and their families. A key focus of her work was on preventing, responding to and supporting individuals impacted by family violence and sexual violence. 

Paulette has extensive experience in leadership roles and addressing workplace issues including overwhelming stress, family /work conflicts, relationships with co-workers and supervisors, work performance and supporting workers who have experienced bullying and harassment. 

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