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OUR MISSION & VISION

OUR VISION

Riseup Society Alberta exists so that those who have or are experiencing intimate partner violence, gain support, are empowered, and realize hope.

OUR VALUES

Equality, Empowerment, Compassion, Accessibility, Innovation, Excellence, Education, and Collaboration.

OUR MISSION

Riseup Society Alberta brings hope and healing to those who have or are experiencing intimate partner violence and educates and empowers communities to end that abuse.

Executive Director
Board of Directors
Clinical Counsellors
Executive Director
Ryley Miller

Ryley is a Canadian Certified Counsellor. She holds a Bachelors degree in Criminology and a Masters degree in Counselling Psychology. Outside of her own therapy practice, she has a wide range of experience working in the social services field. Some of her professional endeavors include, working with adults with developmental disabilities and community corrections. She volunteered with Riseup Society during her youth, and as a practicum student during her undergraduate degree. Ryley grew up in Leduc and now lives here again with her family.

Board of Directors

 

Clinical Counsellors

Karin Stewart

Karin Stewart is a psychotherapist and clinical counsellor with a Masters Degree in Psychotherapy and Spirituality (MPS) from St. Stephen’s College in Edmonton.

Rebecca Townsley

Rebecca holds a Master of Arts degree in counselling psychology from Yorkville University and is a qualifying Canadian Certified Counsellor. Rebecca practices Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.

Community Education

Individual Counselling

Riseup offers individual counselling to those who have experienced the trauma of domestic violence and abuse in an intimate partner relationship. Any form of abuse has the potential to have a deep and long term effect on someone’s ability to live life fully. Unravelling the complexities is difficult, and often requires the help of a trained and caring counsellor. Riseup Counsellors specialize in the area of family violence and abuse.

Workshop

Loving someone else can often be seen as easier than loving yourself, but it is just as important. Self-compassion is a huge part of self-love and understanding, it involves noticing when you are in need and showing kindness, and sympathy to yourself – accepting what is or has happened and helping yourself as if you were helping a friend.

Healing Groups

Riseup Society offers healing groups for those impacted by domestic abuse within their intimate partner relationships. They are based on the understanding that profound healing is most often experienced in the context of a safe and supportive community. All groups focus on educating participants on the dynamics and impact of abuse, and on assisting them in their journey towards a holistic healing of mind, body and spirit.
These groups are offered when there is sufficient interest to comprise a full 8 week group.

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