Tonia Anderson

EMDR Basic Training

Tonia Anderson Psychology Inc.

Tonia Anderson (she/her) is a Registered Provisional Psychologist with the College of Alberta Psychologists. She has a Master of Counselling degree (MC) specializing in Counselling Psychology from Athabasca University and received the Academic Graduate Excellence Scholarship (AGES) award. She attained a Bachelor of Physical Education from the University of Alberta and completed an Executive Leadership Coaching Certification.

Tonia brings a culturally responsive, trauma-informed and person-centered approach to her work with clients. She integrates narrative therapy, attachment theory, mindfulness, and somatic theory. Tonia holds a certificate in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and has additional training in EMDR and the treatment of pain. She integrates a variety of approaches to treat chronic pain, medically unexplained symptoms, suicidal thoughts, grief, depression, trauma, and childhood anxiety. She is in the process of attaining dual certification as a mental health and leadership equine-facilitated wellness professional through Pro-EFW and has completed the Exploration, Foundations, and Focus training levels. She has National coaching Certification Program (NCCP) training and 12 years of experience coaching youth basketball.

Tonia has extensive experience working with children and adolescents and she is a regular contributor to the teen mental health magazine, Sophia Lia. She completed a counselling practicum working with children and youth ages 7-18 living with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), learning disorders, and a wide variety of other special needs not met in the traditional educational system.

766 Tuscany Drive NW , Calgary, Alberta, Canada, T3L 3C4

Phone: (587) 2244071

Population Served:

Both Adults and Children & Adolescents


How EMDR is Offered:

Both online and in-person

Areas of Expertise:

Attachment Focussed
Critical Illness
Medical Trauma
Panic Attacks
Physical Abuse
Road Traffic Accidents
Social Anxiety