Kimberly Knull is a Registered Psychologist, motivational speaker and trained by Brené Brown as a Dare to Lead™ and Daring Way™ facilitator. She’s the Co-Founder of Momentum Walk-In Counselling Society, recognized as one of Avenue magazine’s Top 40 Under 40, and dabbled as a local celebrity as CBC AM Radio’s parenting columnist. Her favorite pastimes include whipping up a yummy cheese souffle, hanging with friends, riding her horses or playing the piano. She lives with her husband and two girls in Edmonton, Alberta, but has big dreams of moving to the country.
I believe that everyone is doing the very best they can.
Many people feel stuck and don’t know how to move forward. Often, relationships, work and family can be impacted. Solutions can come in the form of skillsets that are teachable and learnable.
Having been trained by Dr. Brené Brown, I can teach you courage building skills that that will help you show up and be seen in your life, family and work. I will show you how vulnerability, trust and rising strong skills can help you manage the stressors that life brings.
Kim Silverthorn is a Registered Professional Counsellor (R.P.C.) and a Master Practitioner of Clinical Counselling (M.P.C.C.) through the Canadian Professional Counsellors Association (C.P.C.A.). She is also registered as a Counselling Therapist (C.T.) with ACTA (the Association of Counselling Therapists of Alberta).
Kim is the founder and primary therapist with the amazing counselling team at Tacit Knowledge. She is available for both in-person and virtual (zoom) sessions – her office is located in Beaumont. Kim works with youth and adult clients – and she offers individual and couples therapy. Kim’s areas of expertise include clients who are struggling with anxiety, depression, trauma, self harm, eating disorders, and stress. Kim has been providing therapeutic support to individuals and for families for over 30 years. She also offers a broad range of Professional Development Training opportunities for community groups and agencies.
Kim specializes in counselling for diverse and unique client populations. She offers support to First Responders, to victims of suicide and homicide and to abused youth and their families. Kim has also worked with street gangs, with high risk aboriginal youth, and with Parolee’s after their release from incarceration.
Cheryl Shea is a Registered Professional Counsellor (R.P.C.) and a Master Practitioner of Clinical Counselling (M.P.C.C.), with a Qualified Clinical Supervisor status (M.P.C.C.-S.) through the Canadian Professional Counsellors Association (C.P.C.A.). Cheryl is also registered as a Counselling Therapist (C.T.) with ACTA (the Association of Counselling Therapists of Alberta) and is a Clinical Traumatologist (TITC-CT).
Cheryl is a part of the amazing counselling team at Tacit Knowledge. She is available for Virtual (Zoom) Sessions – she can only see clients in-person if they are in the Red Deer area. Cheryl provides individual counselling support to adults – she does not work with teens or couples. Cheryl has 20 years of clinical counselling experience, and she has helped hundreds of individuals address frustrations and disappointments; compassionately uncover emotional injuries; and use their strengths to build a hope filled future.
Cheryl’s areas of expertise include clients who struggle with anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, domestic violence and life transitions. Cheryl believes in a collaborative counselling approach; you and she will work together to find real solutions for the struggles you face in your life.
Teagan Mitchell is registered with the CYCAA (Child and Youth Care Association of Alberta) and with the Psychologist’s Association of Alberta (PAA) – she is currently completing her Masters of Counselling.
Teagan is a part of the amazing counselling team at Tacit Knowledge. She is available for both In-Person and Virtual (Zoom) Sessions – her office is located in west Edmonton. She provides individual counselling support to youth and adults – she also works with couples. Teagan has had more than 10 years of clinical experience, and specializes in work with marginalized populations and complex cases. She is a holistic practitioner. She explores the connections between the body, mind, heart, and spirit, helping clients heal by taking the entire human being and their life experiences into consideration, while creating a safe and collaborative therapeutic environment.
Her areas of expertise include clients who struggle with addictions, anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, domestic violence and relationship issues.
Michelle has a Bachelor’s of Education Degree and a Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology Degree. She is a registered Canadian Certified Counsellor (C.C.C.) with the CCPA; and still has her certification as a special education teacher. She has more than 25 years of experience working with clients in the fields of mental health, social work, and education.
Michelle is a part of the amazing counselling team at Tacit Knowledge. She specializes in providing support to teens, adults and seniors who are experiencing anxiety, depression, relationship struggles, addiction issues, life transitions, or situations related to workplace bullying. She is well-versed in working with youth who have ADHD, anger and/or social skill development issues. And she often provides support and guidance to parents and adolescents experiencing high-conflict divorce and who are or may become part of a blended family.
Michelle believes authentic therapeutic relationships are critical to clients feeling safe and supported on their journey of discovery – she works with clients to activate their inner resources and help them develop new coping skills. Michelle uses empathy, honesty, humor, and creativity in sessions as clients explore their potential.