Professional One-on-One Help

There is no one path to healing. 

That is why we offer options for 1:1 support from our Certified Counselors as well as our Pregnancy & Infant Loss Coach’s so that you can choose the path that is right for you. 

Aditi Loveridge

Pregnancy & Infant Loss Coach

Kate Koei

Counseling Therapist

Danielle Lemky​

Counseling Therapy

Syrina Daisy

Pregnancy & Infant Loss Coach

Jodi Caskey

Journey Through Grief Program Coordinator

Jodi’s (she/her) role at the Centre is to support our clients by:

  • Helping you connect with a professional practitioner that is the best fit for you
  • Assist you in scheduling/rescheduling/cancelling appointments
  • Answer any questions you might have to make your sessions with our coaches/counsellors go smoothly.

While Jodi will likely be your first point of contact her role is strictly administrative.

Frequently Asked Questions

If you still have questions that we couldn’t answer here, feel free to contact Jodi Caskey, our Program Coordinator at jodi @ pilsc.org.

Certified counselors offer traditional psychotherapy techniques such as CBT, narrative therapy etc. Counselors are certified to evaluate and treat mental health concerns and diagnoses.

Certified coaches are not therapists and help clients identify challenges, then work in partnership with clients to work toward a future that they feel at peace in. Coaches support their clients through powerful questioning and deepening of perspectives.

Both modalities are powerful and it really depends on what feels best for you. If traditional support works best for you, then counseling would be a good fit. If you are seeking a different perspective and tangible tools to support your journey, coaching could be a good fit.

Yes! Many clients find a lot of support in seeing both.

There is no cost for service. If you have found sessions to be helpful and have the financial capacity to do so, donations are welcome but are not expected. Whether you donate or not, this will not impact the quality of support you receive.

Yes you can! All of our practitioners see clients remotely through a secure telehealth platform.

Yes you can use insurance for counseling sessions. When booking, select “Fee Based Mental health Support”. Coaches are not covered by insurance.

Please contact Jodi Caskey (jodi@pilsc.org), our program coordinator who can help you schedule/reschedule or cancel any appointments

Please email Jodi Caskey our program coordinator who can help assist you with logging on (jodi@pilsc.org). For evening appointments please email info@pilsc.org or your practitioner directly if you have seen them before.

What a coaching client has to say

A coaching client shares their experience and the power they found through the sessions. Listen below

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Aditi Loveridge

Pregnancy & Infant Loss Coach

Aditi Loveridge (she/her) is a certified coach, mindfulness meditation teacher, owner of pregnancylosshealing.com and Founder of pilsc.org. Her work includes supporting people who have experienced loss, are trying to conceive after a loss of any kind (pregnancy/infant loss, failed IVF, missed adoption), are pregnant again after loss and those still struggling after the birth of their baby.

Aditi’s coaching sessions can help you to reconnect with trust so that you can step beyond anxiety and fear. Sessions will support you to feel empowered in your healing and in your journey.

Aditi is honoured to support individuals and couples through the long-term impacts that loss can have.

*Please note that Aditi’s sessions are available no matter where you live, including those residing outside Alberta.

To book: email our Program Coordinator, Jodi @ jodi@pilsc.org to get started. Jodi is our Journey Through Grief Program Coordinator (see her info below).

Book with Aditi Loveridge

In order to book with Aditi, please connect directly with our Program Coordinator, Jodi Caskey via email at jodi@pilsc.org

NOTE: Refrain from providing detailed personal information when emailing Jodi. Feel free to describe your challenges in brief, and leave out personal details that you only wish to share with Aditi. 

Jodi Caskey

Jodi’s (she/her) role at the Centre is to support our clients by:

  • Helping you connect with a professional practitioner that is the best fit for you
  • Assist you in scheduling/rescheduling/cancelling appointments
  • Answer any questions you might have to make your sessions with our coaches/counsellors go smoothly.

While Jodi will likely be your first point of contact her role is strictly administrative and does not permit her access to personal client information. Once you have had your initial session with your practitioner, you will receive the practitioner’s email that you can then use to directly communicate anything personal/confidential.

Kate Koei

Counseling Therapist

Kate Koi (she/her) is a multicultural, trauma-informed counsellor working with culturally different, immigrant or individual, couples and families looking to experience counselling that honours and incorporates their faith, spiritual, cultural beliefs, and values. In private practice, she works in the areas of grief and loss, trauma and PTSD, culturally different couples, difficult relationship patterns, and domestic abuse including survivors of narcissistic abuse.

Kate holds a Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology from Yorkville University and is a Certified Canadian Counsellor, Grief & Loss Educator, and Group & Workshop Facilitator helping individuals, understand and work through challenges that diminish their wellbeing.

She is excited to join PILSC as a counsellor. From her own experience with grief, she recognizes that it is deeply personal and many times lonely. Her hope is that your journey together will be honouring you and your family. Your loss matters!

To book: email our Program Coordinator, Jodi @ jodi@pilsc.org to get started. Jodi is our Journey Through Grief Program Coordinator (see her info below).

Danielle Lemky

Counseling Therapist

Danielle Lemky (she/her) is a Registered Provisional Psychologist in Alberta and a Canadian Certified Counsellor with the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association. She completed a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in psychology at Mount Royal University and holds a Master of Counselling degree from Athabasca University.

Danielle’s journey into supporting others began with a personal loss. She has a strong desire to help people work through the difficult feelings tied to grief, isolation, stigma, and trauma associated with varying forms of loss and bereavement, knowing the experience of this herself.

In addition to supporting those of various sexual orientations, gender identities, and persons with disabilities, Danielle has experience supporting those navigating grief and loss, trauma and PTSD, substance use and addiction, anxiety, depression, career challenges, relationships, and survivors of crisis and natural disasters.

Danielle uses an integrative approach with clients that incorporates various modalities of therapy that meet you where you are at in the present moment.

Danielle is happy to meet with you from a trauma-informed and person-centered approach. Whether you have been to counselling before or not, Danielle hopes to welcome you to a safe space for you to develop the tools you need to feel empowered, cope, and work towards healing in your journey.

Syrina Daisy

Grief Coach

Syrina Daisy (she/her) is a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach, Advanced Grief Recovery Specialist, and Transformation Weekend Master Trainer.

After losing her son, Alex, in 2008, followed by a pregnancy loss in 2009 Syrina started her journey to heal her heart and that’s where her lifelong passion to help others started.

As a grief coach, she walks with her clients through some of life’s most difficult transitions, and she does it with incredible grace, compassion and love.

Syrina is extremely honoured to be a part of an organization that provides so much support to the community.