Cheryl graduated from the University of Regina with a B.Ed in Adult
Education. She moved to Northern Saskatchewan and worked for nearly
11 years contract work with Northlands College as an instructor in Basic
Education and Life Skills.
In 2004, she and her family moved to Alberta so that she could begin
work on a Masters of Science in Marital and Family Therapy at Loma Linda
University in Lacombe.
She graduated in 2007 and moved to Northern Alberta to work in
Child and Adolescent Therapy for Alberta Health Services. She then later
worked for the High Prairie School Division as a Behavior Management
Consultant. She officially became a registered psychologist in January of
In 2010, she worked as a mental health counsellor in Red Deer for three years.
And, in 2011, she started her private practice part-time. Nearly 2 years later,
she went into full time practice.
Cheryl lives in Red Deer with her husband of 26 years. She has 3
adult daughters and 3 grandchildren.