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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What if I need to contact the psychologist outside of session hours?

We greatly value our psychologist’s time and expertise. To ensure that you receive the dedicated attention and support you deserve, we kindly ask that you schedule a 15 min appointment for a discussion.  Thank you for your understanding. 


Do I need a referral to book a therapy appointment?

You do not need to have a referral to book a regular therapy appointment. You can book an appointment directly on our website with any of our psychologists. If you are a first-time client, please ensure to select “First Session” when booking. 


Should I contact Wild Blue first, before booking an initial therapy session?

There is no need to contact Wild Blue prior to booking an initial therapy appointment. All questions and concerns can be answered in the first session.  Please do not email us information about your child prior to the session. 


What should I expect from the first session? (Yes please bring your child)

The initial session involves paperwork and treatment planning. This involves gathering background history,  developmental information, and developing a proposed treatment plan tailored to the child’s needs. 


My child needs a specific assessment, how do I book that?

For any specific assessment needs, please refer to our website for more information regarding prices & options. Please contact info@wildbluepsychology.com to book. 


What are your fees?

Our rate is $200 per hour which is in accordance with the recommendation of the Psychological Association of Saskatchewan. Depending on your personal benefits plan, the treatment may provide full or partial coverage. 


How do I get to Wild Blue Psychology?

Upon booking, you’ll receive a welcome email with instructions to our location near beautiful Craven, SK.


Should I come early to my session?

Although we do love one-on-one time with clients, we ask that if you arrive early, please wait in your vehicle in the designated parking area until your session starts. This is to protect the privacy and confidentiality of our clientele.


Can I engage with the animals outside of my session?

Unfortunately, no. For the safety and confidentiality of all persons, parents and all others accompanying the child/youth to Wild Blue Psychology are asked to stay in their vehicle during the session.  Walking around the ranch and/or petting the animals is strictly prohibited. 


What is your cancellation policy?

Twenty- four hours notice is required to cancel an appointment. Wild Blue reserves the right to charge a fee of $180 for appointments cancelled in less than 24hrs. 


Should I accompany my child into the session?

You are welcome to join your child in the session. If you would like to talk to the psychologist regarding your child without them in the room, arrangements can be made. 


What age of children do you work with?

We generally work with children from ages 5 – 18.  We do not see adults.