Mental Health Assessments

Helping Children, Teens & Adults in Alberta

Empowering Insights to Strengths and Growth

At Koru Psychology, we approach mental health assessments with a vision that extends beyond mere diagnoses.

Our goal is to uncover the rich tapestry of each individual’s psychological makeup, focusing on identifying strengths and areas for growth alongside any diagnoses.

We believe in empowering our clients, guiding them towards understanding and embracing their unique qualities.

Our Unique Approach

We assess a broad spectrum of mental health conditions, but our emphasis is not on labeling. Instead, we aim to provide a deeper understanding of each person’s unique challenges and capabilities.

Our assessments are designed to highlight personal strengths and pinpoint areas where growth and support can lead to transformative change.

This balanced perspective fosters resilience, self-awareness, and a path to well-being tailored to each individual’s needs.

Learn More About Our Clinicians Who Provide Mental Health Assessments

Sally Li, Calgary Assessments

Sally Li

Sally recognizes the importance of working collaboratively with families, teachers, and the community to address the needs of all children and to help promote overall growth and success.

Calgary Psychologist

Jacqueline Stowkowy

Jacqueline’s goal is to provide a safe, non-judgmental environment, where clients feel comfortable to explore, address, and challenge difficult experiences, situations, patterns of thinking, and behaviour.

Calgary Psychologist

Fiona Steedman

Fiona is passionate about supporting school and home environments that facilitate positive mental health, skill development and overall well-being.

Dr. Caroline Buzanko, Children Assessments, Calgary

Dr. Caroline Buzanko

Dr. Buzanko helps parents and teachers understand kids’ strengths, areas of challenge, and how to best support them. She figures out what makes learning easy for kids and strategies to optimize learning. 

Calgary Psychologist

Jaime Kerr

Jaime has many years of experience supporting children with unique learning needs and implementing early interventions. She has experience working with children with ADHD, learning differences, and social-emotional concerns. 

Calgary Psychologist

Keely Blake

Keely strives to foster a safe and supportive environment where students can share about the unique challenges they experience at home and at school. She is passionate about finding students’ strength to help inform strategies and recommendations for students, teachers, and parents.

A thorough assessment often entails: