Mrs. Karen Lundell is a Registered Psychologist in the Provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan (2014) and is currently a Director of Consulting Psychology Associates. She has worked in multiple settings with a variety of clients, including corrections, private practice, mental health, and in the educational system. She is currently working in private practice in Edmonton, Alberta, performing psychological assessments and providing counselling. Mrs. Lundell is also a sessional professor at Concordia University of Edmonton and lectures on intellectual and neuropsychological assessment.
She has extensive experience in psychoeducational assessments, predominantly with individuals with learning disabilities, attention disorders, and developmental disabilities. Mrs. Lundell works with both children and adults who are experiencing challenges in their academics and/or employment due to learning, cognitive, emotional, neuropsychological, or attentional difficulties. She is also active in counselling teens and adults who are struggling with anxiety and depression.
Mrs. Lundell provides both assessments and counselling in-person and on-line.
She has been working in the field of psychology since 2004 and has completed degrees in Psychology (Concordia University College of Alberta, B.A. in Applied Psychology, 2004), and School and Counselling Psychology (University of Saskatchewan, M.Ed., 2012). She is a member of the Canadian Psychological Association and a Professional Member of the American Association of Christian Counsellors.
Mrs. Lundell is not accepting counselling clients at this time.