As a Clinical Therapist, Hervege believes in building a strong therapeutic alliance with individuals, families and groups anywhere between surviving to thriving. Are you looking for a safe space to talk? Are you feeling overwhelmed, ineffective, stressed, and uncomfortable? Are you trying to make changes in unhealthy relationships and require support? If so, you have come to the right place. Hervege is here to support you and explore the barriers that are preventing you with managing stress, healing from emotional injuries and trauma, anxieties, anger, unhealthy relationships and making sense of life challenges. Together you will collaboratively figure out how to change what’s not working and find sustainable solutions to overcoming identified challenges. She supports clients in their unique journeys of self-discovery, helping them to develop their self-esteem, social, emotional and coping skills.
Masters of Social Worker
Hervege’s practice is rooted in an ecological systems framework and therapeutic alliance. Whether you feel stuck or need someone to understand your situation better, she believes you both share the responsibility to figure out ways to move successfully through it. She will be there to support you, gain trust, emotional safety and healing as you navigate depression, stress, anxiety, and relationship challenges including child and adolescent development and behaviour, divorce, separation, domestic abuse, trauma and substance abuse.
Her therapeutic work includes children, teens and adults and typically draws on Arts therapy, Narrative Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Mindfulness, feminist approaches and trauma informed care.
Hervage works with:
- Relationship Issues
- Grief and Loss
- Self Esteem and Self Worth Issues
- Co-parenting Issues
- Family Issues
- Workplace Stress
- Multiple Diagnosis’
- Teenager Issues
- Individual Sessions
- Children Sessions (5-13 years)
- Youth Sessions
- Couples/Relationship Sessions
- Co-parenting Sessions
- Family Sessions
- In Person
Anything is possible when you have a safe space to open yourself up and see that clarity can be achieved.
Hervege is a graduate from McGill University with Bachelor of Social Work (2012) and a master’s in social work (2021) with Specialization in Healthcare. Hervege also has a Double Majors Degree in Women and Gender studies with Journalism and Mass Communication (2003) and a Certificate in Family Life Education (2012) from Concordia University in Montreal. Hervege is registered with the Alberta College of Social Workers.
In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and three children who keep her very busy. Hervege enjoys travelling, cooking, and watching movies indoors. She values laughter, connection and getting to know people on a human level.