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Eileen Schmidt MSW, RSW

Eileen is a Registered Social Worker (#3827) in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan with a Master of Social Work and extensive experience counselling adults, teens, and families. In her practice she offers evidence-based solutions while working with her clients' strengths to manage anxiety, OCD, depression, trauma, goal setting, emotional dysregulation, distress, grief, relationship difficulties and family conflict. She uses EMDR, CBT, DBT, solution-focused brief therapy, motivational interviewing, narrative, somatic and mindfulness strategies to help her clients reach their goals and live their best life.

Her services are covered under most insurance plans, however please contact your provider to confirm this, if this is a requirement. 

** Eileen is not taking new clients at this time **

Eileen's Professional Training:

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Master of Social Work

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Bachelor of Social Work

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Bachelor of Science,

Eileen's Additional Training and Continuing Education:

September 2021: The Wisdom of Trauma (Dr. Gabor Mate, Online Course)

July 2021: Somatic Experiencing, Step by Step: Master the Body-oriented Approach to Trauma and Stress Disorders (Dr. Peter Levine, Online course)

May 2021: Working With Parts in Dissociative Disorders: A Practical Guide for Trauma Therapists (Dr. Delores Mosquera, Online course)​

February 2021: EMDR Training (Sue Genest, EMDRIA approved Online Course)

April 2020: Working with Core Beliefs of ‘Never Good Enough’ (The National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine, Online Course)

January 2020: Treating Trauma (The National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine, Online Course)

Narrative Practice (Dulwich Centre, 2020, Online Course)

October 2019: Workplace Assessment & Violence Education Training (Saskatchewan Health Authority)

November 2016 and refresher April 2019: Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (Saskatchewan Health Authority, in person training)

July 2016: Motivational Interviewing: Levels I, II, and II  (Empowering Change, In Person and Online Courses)

January 2016 and refresher January 2019: Partners for Change Outcome Management System Orientation (Saskatoon Health Region, in person training)

March 2016: Worried No More: Help and Hope for Anxious Children, Online course

2011: Motivational Interviewing (Fraser Health, in person training)

2010: Change Management (Fraser Health, in person training)

2008: Basic Epidemiological Concepts (Public Health Agency of Canada, online course)

2008: Concurrent Disorders (Alberta Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission, , in rson training)

2007: Adult Learning (Calgary Health Region, in person training)

2005: Diversity and Health (Calgary Health Region, in person training)



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