Stephanie Forseth B.Kin, MSc. O.T.
Occupational Therapist, Founder
Stephanie is passionate about providing timely, strength-based, solution-focused therapy to her clients, as she works with them to develop and achieve their goals. Stephanie studied at the University of Calgary, where she obtained her undergraduate degree in Kinesiology in 2009. From there, she sought out further education and graduated from Dalhousie University with a Master of Science in Occupational Therapy.
Stephanie believes there is more to therapy than merely the credentials to practice. While this is important & necessary, she believes in the power of one’s therapeutic use of their personality and their intuition to provide quality & effective therapy. Throughout her career, Stephanie feels she has found many of the fundamentals of providing great therapy to her clients.
Some of these fundamentals include:
- building authentic relationship with her clients,
- providing best practice as well as flexible, practical therapy options,
- working as a team with her clients,
- providing a just-right challenge,
- empowering her clients to achieve their goals,
- collaborating with other health care professionals,
- & developing and tapping into one’s own intuition.
Stephanie holds a special interest and has specialized in Pediatric Feeding Therapy. She is pleased to offer specialized services specific to this area, through the Intuitive Feeding program. Please visit the Intuitive Feeding website HERE for more information on this service.
Outside of Occupational Therapy, Stephanie can be found adventuring around the world, spending time with her family and exploring the outdoors whether it be hiking, camping, rafting or snowmobiling in the mountains.
Jessica R. B.Sc., B.Ed., MSc. O.T.
Jessica is an Occupational Therapist who works with clients of all ages to enable them to engage in activities that are meaningful to them. Jessica believes that achieving goals is more than just about checking off items on a list. She believes in working together with clients to design strengths-based creative programs that aim to engage clients in meaningful and fulfilling activities and life roles.
Jessica has experience working with both pediatric and adult populations and has worked in both acute care hospitals and in the community. She has specific experience in spinal cord injury rehab, dementia care and school-based programming.
Jessica holds a Master of Science in Occupational Therapy from the University of Alberta as well as a Bachelor of Education and a Bachelor of Sciences from the University of Alberta.
Carly G. B.Sc., MSc. O.T.
Carly is a Calgary-born Occupational Therapist who has a passion for working with children and youth. She completed a Bachelors of Science in Psychology at University of Victoria, and then pursued a Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy at University of Alberta.
Carly has experience working with children and youth experiencing difficulties related to emotional regulation, attention, sensory needs, fine motor, body coordination, and activities of daily living. She additionally has experience in working with individuals experiencing mental health concerns.
Hayley D. M.Sc., CCC, R-SLP
Speech Language Pathologist
Hayley is a small-town girl, raised on a farm in Saskatchewan. She completed her undergraduate degree in Communication Disorders at Minot State University, then decided to complete her Master’s degree at the University of North Dakota.
Hayley kept very busy balancing school and being a member of the hockey and softball team at Minot State University. She has a passion for working with children and youth who have difficulties communicating. She believes children learn best when they are engaged and are enjoying what they are do. Hayley feels it’s important to meet children where they are at and build upon their strengths and abilities.
Hayley has experience with a range of communication disorders which include:
Language Disorders and Delays
AAC (Assistive and Augmentative Communication)
ASL (American Sign Language)
Leslie Steeves B.Sc.
Leslie is a Registered Dietitian based out of Calgary, Alberta. Offering private nutrition coaching to help people heal their relationship with food and their body. Leslie is passionate about re-defining what well-being means by looking at mental, emotional, social, spiritual, and physical well-being rather than body shape and size. Fostering an environment of HAES and intuitive eating is the foundation of Leslie’s practice.
She loves working in the area of Pediatric Nutrition and offers Feeding Therapy through the Intuitive Feeding program in Calgary and surrounding areas.
Our team is in the process of growing. Please contact us if you are looking for therapists specializing in Speech Language Pathology, Physiotherapy, Psychology, Nutrition, etc.
“I put in a request for an assessment for help with my husband. I don’t know what we expected but we were so pleased with our interview with Stephanie. She arrived promptly and immediately put my husband at ease. She listened to him and responded with warmth. She was efficient and very practical in assessing his needs. She was a delight to work with.” -Valerie & Colin