Kali Eddy, Registered Psychologist, incorporates an eclectic approach to youth counselling, therapy & assessment through the use of animal assisted therapy as well as traditional techniques. Located in the rejuvenating prairie landscape of the family farm near Lumsden, SK.
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Wild Blue Psychology

is a Psychological Practice located in the beautiful Qu’Appelle Valley near Lumsden, SK. Wild Blue incorporates an eclectic approach to counselling, therapy & assessment through the use of Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT), Equine Assisted Therapy (EAT) as well as traditional techniques. Our focus is helping children & youth in a number of specific problem areas while soaking up the benefits of nature and fresh air. Individual programs and interventions are designed and facilitated by Registered Psychologist, Kali Eddy.

Kali Eddy

Registered Psychologist (#888)

Kali is a Registered Psychologist through the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists with Authorized Practice Endorsement (APE) which allows her to diagnose certain psychological disorders. Kali started her career as a Special Education Teacher and later returned to university to complete her Masters and begin the process of becoming a  Psychologist. After working in the school system as a Registered Psychologist for many years, Kali decided it was time to combine her two passions of animals and psychology, and she completed additional training and certification in Animal Assisted Therapy and Equine Assisted Therapy. Kali strongly believes in the power and strength of healing through animals, nature and psychology.

Jaezila Crittenden - Wild Blue Psychology

Jaezila Crittenden

Registered Psychologist (Provisional) #1171
Saskatchewan College of Psychologists

Jaezila has a unique background in the arts, as a professional contemporary dancer, instructor, and artistic director. Most recently she completed a Master’s Degree of Educational Psychology from the University of Regina.  Jaezila prefers a wholistic approach to therapy which is enhanced by the unique environment that Wild Blue Psychology offers.  She also enjoys incorporating evidenced-based mindfulness and art expression interventions to support client empowerment.

Mary Campbell

Registered Psychologist #540
Saskatchewan College of Psychologists


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A Psychologist is a professional trained in the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of mental health issues. Psychologists are regulated by the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists and are required by law to provide services in a competent and professional manner.

In order to become registered as a Psychologist in Saskatchewan, one must meet rigorous professional entry requirements (including a Doctoral or Masters degree and many hours of supervised practice), and pass two professional examinations including a licensing exam and oral exam. Psychologists are required to follow ethical principles and standards of professional practice. They must also participate in continuing education activities to continually improve and update their knowledge and skills.