Kelly Counselling Services

A non-judgemental, compassionate space for you to collaboratively and genuinely anchor yourself and navigate life's many challenges.

"Life's Roughest Storms Prove The Strength of Our Anchors."

- Unknown

Spanning generations, acknowledgement of the land is a traditional custom of Indigenous people when welcoming outsiders onto their land and into their homes. To build respectful relationships, acknowledging the land is an important part of reconciliation. It honours the authentic history of North America, its original people, and tells the story of the creation of this country.

I want to acknowledge that Kelly Counselling Services is located in the traditional territories of Treaty 7 peoples, including the Blackfoot people composed of the Kainai (Guy-Nah), Piikani (bee-Gah-nee) and the Siksika (six-ih-gah) Nations; the Tsuut'ina (soot-in-uh) Nation; and the Stoney Nakoda, including the Bearspaw, Chiniki and Wesley First Nations; and is situated within the Métis homeland and the home of the Métis Nation of Alberta Region 3. I give thanks for being able to live, work, play, and learn on this land in peace as a Treaty person. As a settler on this land, it is my responsibility to align myself with the liberation and decolonization of Indigenous people.