Amy Stensrud, M.Ed.

Registered Psychologist (#1071)

Amy Stensrud, M.Ed. 

Registered Psychologist (#1071) Pronouns: She/Her

Counselling and Assessment – Children, Youth, and Adults

Amy Stensrud is a Registered Psychologist with a warm and authentic approach to working with children, teens, and adults.  She strives to create an environment in both counselling and assessment where people feel comfortable, valued, and seen – a place where they can relax and be themselves.

Adult and Teen Counselling

Amy tailors her counselling approach to each individual, including a thoughtful blend of solution-focused approaches, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. Amy has experience working with people on a wide range of issues, including (but not limited to):

Anxiety and panic

Body image



Life & career transitions



Suicidal ideation


Self – harm

Children’s Counselling
When providing counselling services to young children (ages 7-12), Amy uses a play-based approach, through which children learn skills to manage emotions, deal with stressors, and develop confidence in who they are. Amy’s genuine and relaxed approach will help to build a relationship with your child that makes counselling an enjoyable experience. Prior to working with your child, Amy will meet with you to discuss concerns and set goals for counselling. Amy often works with children to build skills that help with:

Emotional regulation ADHD
Anxiety/stress Depression
Behavioural concerns Self-Esteem

Assessment and Diagnosis

Amy also provides diagnostic assessment for children, teens, and adults for a variety of concerns, including Learning Disorders, Intellectual Disabilities, ADHD, and Anxiety or Mood Disorders. Following assessment, Amy will provide you with a detailed report, complete with recommendations, and will spend time with you to make sure you understand the results and are able to get all of your questions answered.

Amy is Registered with the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists, with Authorized Practice Endorsement, which means she is able to diagnose psychological disorders.  She is a member of the Psychology Association of Saskatchewan and holds a Masters of Education in Educational Psychology. 

Amy Stensrud, M.Ed.

Amy Stensrud, M.Ed.

Registered Psychologist (#1071)