Psychologists In Edmonton With Experience You Can Count On

We are dedicated to helping liberate you from problems that have prevented you from living life fully. We help you to reach your goals and objectives so that you can function with greater confidence and reliance on yourself by overcoming your self-defeating habits. Our sessions empower you and give you the tools to navigate your own course so you can take control of your life in effective ways and not need to rely on professionals for an extended time. Leslie Block & Associates strives to deliver the most effective and comprehensive psychological solutions that our field has to offer. Our practitioners can be called upon to help you develop systematic approaches to wellness. We are committed to providing you with compassionate and helpful service. Our highly regarded team is proudly associated with the organizations listed below.

Psychologists Association Of Alberta
Grief Recovery Method
University Of Alberta
Canadian Psychological Association
EMDR Institute

Meet Our Amazing Team Of Psychologists

The results of any mental health program are strongly dependent on the experience and quality of the practitioner administrating it. Our psychologist group in Edmonton is highly regarded by the community and our clients. The commitment to caring service that brings positive changes is the foundation of our practice. In addition to the ample years of experience we bring, it is our corporate culture to engage in ongoing training to stay current with the most effective techniques available in the field today. We are dedicated to helping liberate you from problems that have prevented you from living life fully. Leslie Block & Associates strives to deliver the most effective and comprehensive psychological solutions in Edmonton.
Leslie BlockRegistered Psychologist
Registered psychologist in practice in Edmonton since 1987.

His areas of interest include forensic psychology and clinical psychotherapy (family dynamics, children/development, Indigenous mental health, and police psychology). He works with people of all ages on an individual basis, as well as with couples and families. His practice is divided into the following forensic assessments: criminal matters pertaining to such issues as fitness to stand trial, risk for reoffending, mens rea/intent. He also takes care of civil and mental injuries including posttraumatic and occupational stress, child welfare, and family/parenting assessments.

He is a provisional psychologist supervisor.

Please contact the office for availability.

Don EhmanRegistered Psychologist
Registered psychologist assisting clients since 1970.

Don works towards healing disturbing memories and emotions, facilitating positive changes in clients’ daily lives. With a caring, non-judgmental, and dynamic style, Don utilizes Cognitive Behavioural and EMDR methods, combined with psychoeducation, to enhance your mental health and sense of well-being.

Don has a specialized practice with both the First Nations and mainstream populations, combining traditional and contemporary healing interventions for individuals with posttraumatic stress symptoms, anger management, and grief/loss issues.

Please contact the office for availability.

Katelyn Fleming
Katelyn FlemingRegistered Provisional Psychologist
Master’s-level professional experienced in working with adolescents and families since 2009.

Katelyn completed a Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology. She is passionate about counselling and assisting individuals (age 13+) to find healing and uncover their potential for a happy and healthy life. She has been trained in Solution-Focused Therapy, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, and EMDR. She strives to collaborate with clients to find the most beneficial and impactful experience.

She has experience working in a variety of areas – but is not limited to – anxiety, depression, substance abuse, and eating disorders. Her approach is trauma-informed.

Katelyn is accepting new clients.

Amila Didic Robinson
Amila Didic RobinsonRegistered Provisional Psychologist
Master’s-level professional working in forensic and clinical psychology.

Amila completed a Bachelor of Science degree with specialization in psychology, followed by a Master of Arts degree in forensic psychology. She is continually learning, training, and evolving to maintain or exceed the high standards governing the psychology profession in Alberta. She spent almost nine years working as a Civilian Member for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, which includes several years as an emergency dispatcher. Prior to this, she worked as a crisis counsellor in the area of domestic violence. A combination of specialized education and diverse life experience allows her to provide the individualized, client-centred care you deserve.

She is passionate about providing empirically-sound, trauma-sensitive interventions with an emphasis on client collaboration. While Amila only works with adults – with focus on first responders and military – she celebrates and welcomes diversity in all forms. She is able to work with a diverse range of presenting problems while specializing in posttraumatic stress, anxiety disorders, and depression. She is committed to helping you in your mental health journey and employing skills that will stay with you for life.

In addition to providing psychotherapy, Amila also completes forensic assessments pertaining to criminal and civil matters.

Amila’s case load is currently full. Please contact the office for future availability/wait list options.

Treating A Variety Of Mental Health Issues

People are complex and often benefit from a combination of approaches. We utilize our training in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Solution focused Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization Therapy (EMDR) , as well as Marriage and Family Therapy to fit your specific needs. We can help in any Traumatic Stress and are certified Grief Recovery Specialists (Grief Recovery Institute).

  • Anger Management

  • Stress Management

  • Relationship Problems

  • Separation & Divorce

  • Parenting Issues

  • Anxiety & Panic Disorder

  • Substance Abuse

  • Treatment Of Addictions

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Frequently Asked Questions

If it is your first time getting therapy you may have a lot of questions. We will make sure you fully understand our methods and operations to make you comfortable with our services. We operate in a helping and transparent manner to establish a trusting relationship with our clients. If there is anything you need clarity on please reach out to us for further information. We apply a great mix of solutions to make sure you are getting the best treatment available. Please take a look at some of the frequently asked questions and contact us for further information.

Psychotherapy is a collaborative treatment based on the relationship between an individual and a psychologist. It provides a supportive environment that allows you to talk openly with someone who’s objective, neutral, nonjudgmental and involves closely looking at yourself, your situation and others around you. You and your psychologist will work together to develop awareness and understanding as well as identify and change the thought and behavior patterns that are keeping you from feeling your best.

People seek therapy for a variety of reasons. Some have felt anxious or depressed for a long time, while others may have short term problems that they need support with. Some common reasons people seek help are: depression, anxiety, grief and loss, anger, stress at home/work, past trauma/abuse, relationship issues, and/or life transitions.

Working with a psychologist can help you:

  • Develop new skills to cope more effectively with life’s challenges
  • Identify and change unhealthy thought and behaviour patterns
  • Resolve past experiences that continue to influence the present
  • Achieve more balance and confidence
  • Deal with fears
  • Identify and express emotions
  • Improve communication

The first few sessions are generally focused on gathering background information in an effort to understand you and the difficulties that brought you to therapy at this time. Together we will decide on the goals for treatment and develop a plan. Each person is unique and has had different experiences that shape their current needs. Therapy is therefore specifically tailored to meet your individual goals. Sessions can be structured or open ended depending on your preference.
A session generally lasts 50 minutes, however an EMDR processing session may last up to 90 minutes.

How often? The frequency of your sessions will depend on your particular needs. Some clients prefer to come more frequently while they are addressing a problem in the early stages and then schedule less frequent appointments to maintain gains or even just have occasional “booster” sessions.

Therapy is not a passive process. You can enhance your experience in therapy by being honest and open with yourself and your therapist, and by practicing any of the new skills that you acquire in therapy. People often achieve greater results from therapy when they are open to the process and are willing to actively participate.

Confidentiality means that any information that a client shares with their Psychologist during the course of therapy stays private between themselves and their therapist. There are exceptions to this rule that Psychologists must adhere to, by law. These are:

  • When there is risk of imminent danger to yourself or others.
  • When there is a reasonable suspicion that a child or any other vulnerable person is being sexually, physically, or emotionally abused or neglected or when there is at risk for such abuse.
  • When there is a subpoena regarding information discussed in therapy.

Fees are $200 per hour for therapy sessions or $300 per hour for forensic and legal cases. This rate is consistent with the fee schedule recommended by the Psychologists’ Association of Alberta.

Services on a sliding scale may be available for those who qualify. This is determined on a case by case basis. Please contact to find out more.

Psychological services may be reimbursed by your Insurance Provider, Employee Health Benefits, or other Extended Health Care coverage (i.e. Manulife Financial, Alberta Blue Cross, Sun Life Financial, etc.). Fees for psychological services may be tax deductible, if claimed on your income tax.

Payment is taken at the end of each session (Cash, Cheque, E-transfers, credit cards are accepted). A receipt or invoice will be emailed to you, which you can then submit for reimbursement with your insurance company or health benefits provider.

Alternative payment options can be arranged through certain Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) or Insurance providers.

If you have Medavie Blue Cross (Veteran Affairs, Canadian Armed Forces and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police), claims can be submitted directly.

Leslie Block & Associates

12145 Jasper Avenue NW
Edmonton, AB T5N 3X9

Business Hours

Monday – Friday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM

Phone: (780) 423-2444

*Online booking currently available for Amila and Katelyn.

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We’re here to help. Mental health issues can be a big burden and leave you feeling lost. Sometimes, the seemingly most difficult thing to do is the easiest. The journey to improvement always begins with the first step. Get in touch and help us understand your issue.

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