Social work is a practice-based profession and academic discipline founded on theories of social work, social science, and humanities. It is advanced through an evidence informed approach and recognizes the importance of Indigenous ways of knowing in practice, the development of knowledge, and education, clinical services, policy, and research. Social work focuses on the person within their environment and recognizes the importance of family, community, culture, legal, social, spiritual, and economic influences that impact the well-being of individuals, families, groups, and communities. Social work applies a strengths-based perspective and views individual, families, and communities as resourceful, resilient, and having capacity. Principles of respect for the inherent dignity and worth of persons, the pursuit of social justice, and culturally responsive practice that applies an anti-oppressive lens to all areas of practice and is grounded in ethics, values, and humility, are central to social work.


Social work practice responds to needs of individuals, families, groups, and communities and addresses barriers and injustices in organizations and society. Social work focuses on improving health and social well-being using the social determinants of health framework when delivering services, navigating systems, and advocating for equitable access to and improvement of the multiple dimensions that impact health and well-being. Social work engages people and communities to address life challenges and traumatic events, to create change, and build resiliency. Social work also collaborates with other professionals, communities, and organizations to provide services, improve conditions, and create opportunities for growth, recovery, and personal development.


Crystal Moser is of Métis decent and is very knowledgeable in  the diverse Métis and First Nations cultures, traumas and traditional healing. Crystals top priority is creating a strong rapport with her patients, so that they can move forward in their healing journey with the least amount of barriers. Crystal’s counselling methods come from a strength-based approach knowing that, with some guidance, every patient has the answers within them. 


Crystal loves to spend time with her children and extended family exploring on new adventures with them. 


FUN FACT: Crystal used to be a Mig Welder, but from a very young age she always knew her passion was helping people so she changed careers to Social Work. 


​Crystal Moser is Registered Social Worker who obtained her Bachelors Degree in Indigenous Social Work from the First Nations University of Canada (Accredited through University of Regina) in 2010. She has completed courses in the areas of Trauma Informed Practice, Positive Parenting, (ASIST) Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training and Community Mental Health Training. Crystal is always continuing her education in order to gain as much knowledge as she can in order to have a library of helping modalities to assist her patients to be successful in their unique journeys. She understands that one counselling method may be exactly what one patient needs, but not suit another. 

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Crystal has experience in many areas, but her expertise is in: Depression/Anxiety, Suicide Intervention, Positive Parenting, Parallel Parenting and Co-Parenting, Conflict Resolution, Trauma, Childhood Trauma, Self-Esteem, Abuse, Narcissist Abuse, Family Conflict, Career Counselling and Coping with Adult ADHD. 



Monday: 8:00 am - 11:00 pm

Tuesday: 8:00 am - 11:00 pm

Wednesday: 8:00 am - 11:00 pm

Thursday: 8:00 am - 11:00 pm

Friday: 8:00 am - 11:00 pm

Saturday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Sunday: Closed

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