Amber Klatt (she/her/hers) is a registered psychologist (SK #1107) with the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists, and counsels adults 18 years and older. She completed a Masters in Educational Psychology at the University of Regina, a Bachelor of Education at Acadia University, and a Bachelor of Philosophy at Renaissance College, University of New Brunswick. Her education began on her family’s farm in southeastern Saskatchewan.
Amber is a member of the Psychology Association of Saskatchewan, and belongs to a clinical discussion group through the Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy.
Her counselling practice focuses on treatment and psychoeducation, helping adults and older adults explore their inner landscapes with curiosity and caring attention. Her approach is rooted in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Contemplative Psychotherapy, and Nature-Based Therapy. Amber is also a voracious reader and seeker of knowledge, so is typically immersed in readings and trainings related to the above fields.
Amber is delighted and restored by the natural world and finds that its immense capacities for decay and renewal are powerful exemplars for human life. She offers nature-based therapy sessions, which can be walk-and-talks in a spacious local park setting, or can incorporate experiential activities (indoor and out) to deepen awareness in relation with all living beings. Amber has received training through Human Nature Counselling, supervision through Confluence Counselling, and has participated in multiple nature-based insight meditation retreats.
M.Ed., R. Psych.
200-2425 13th Avenue
Regina, SK, S4P 0W1
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