michael white psychology services professional corporation inc.
welcome to Michael White Psychology
The Covid-19 situation in Regina, and the province of Saskatchewan continues to evolve. I am currently seeing people remotely by video link and hope to resume in-person appointments soon. Decisions will be based on recommendations from public health officials and the provincial vaccination plan. I encourage all my clients to get a vaccine as soon as they are eligible. Physical distancing and mask requirements will continue into the summer when in-person sessions resume.
Once full services begin again there will be additional time available for assessments. I will be working through most of the summer to continue providing services to existing and new clients. A new psychologist will be joining my office soon to help expand services for younger children.
New clients can register online and I will contact you to set up an appointment. Existing clients can continue to book appointments online through the booking system.
Mike believes that psychology is a joint effort between a person and their therapist. Psychology is not about labelling; it is about helping people understand their own strengths and resilience. Respect for the client’s personal and cultural knowledge is at the centre of the caring relationship. From that respect change and improvement grows. Many mental health challenges have social and historical roots. With practice clients can learn to move beyond the past towards a healthier life.
Mike completed his Master of Education degree in Educational Psychology in 2007 and he has been a Registered Psychologist with the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists (#751) since 2008. He holds an Authorized Practice Endorsement (APE), which allows Mike to make a diagnosis. He is an approved mental health service provider through Indigenous Services Canada. Mike has worked in public school settings and in private practice both in Northern Saskatchewan and in Regina. He has been in the education field for more than 20 years. Prior to working in education, Mike worked on policy and advocacy in federal and provincial government institutions.