Alyssa Kluk, M.Ed., Registered Psychologist

The driving force behind my work is to provide validation, acceptance, and advocacy for each individual I see, regardless of where they are at on their journey. My lifelong passion for supporting neurodiverse individuals and advocating for a more inclusive society began with a close personal family connection to autism and has continued through meaningful conversations with individuals about their personal experiences. My goal is to understand each person through their own unique lens and to help them and their families understand more about themselves.

I completed my undergraduate degree in psychology at the University of Alberta and went back to my family’s home province of Saskatchewan to complete my Master of Education at the University of Saskatchewan. I have worked at various clinics and school divisions, earning experience in psychoeducational assessment and counselling, with a special interest in Autism. Currently, I am also employed as a psychologist at Edmonton Public Schools.

In my personal life, I enjoy all things music, going for walks and bike rides, and spending time with my family, friends, and dog, Sadie.

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