Dr. Agatha Murray

Registered Psychologist

Edmonton, Alberta

Current health considerations and general appointment availability:


Telepsychology services (secure video and phone appointments) are available to all Albertans. In-person appointments are also available and still require masks and health screening. These measures are being maintained to help protect the vulnerable among us from the Covid virus and other respiratory viruses.


Appointments are available between 9 am and 4 pm on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and some Fridays. Later afternoon (4 or 5 pm) and Saturday appointments may also be available. Please contact me for details!


Are you looking for a caring and experienced therapist in Edmonton? 

My therapeutic style is rooted in empathy, compassion, and trauma-informed, evidence-based practice. I use various techniques such as CBT (cognitive-behavioural therapy), EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing), ACT (acceptance and commitment therapy), mindfulness, and solution-focused therapy.


I welcome individuals aged 25+ (of all genders and sexual orientations) who are looking for help with:

  • chronic stress and challenging life situations
  • high anxiety, persistent worry, panic attacks, and phobias
  • insomnia (trouble falling or staying asleep)
  • difficult or toxic relationships with family members
  • depression, including post-partum (as well as other perinatal mood and anxiety disorders)
  • difficulties following traumatic events such as post-traumatic stress or PTSD
  • a history of childhood emotional neglect or having a narcissistic parent
  • grief following a loved one's death or being diagnosed with a serious illness
  • breakups, separation, divorce, blended family adjustment
  • mid-life and "sandwich generation" issues 
  • life stage transitions such as new parenthood, "empty nest" or retirement
  • other concerns - please feel free to contact me with any questions!


Please note that at this time, I do not provide: treatment for eating disorders, couples' or family counselling, formal psychological assessments (such as fitness-to-work or ADHD testing), or services for work-related psychological injuries (Workers' Compensation Board) or cases with legal/court involvement.


Psychologists' practice guidelines recommend avoiding potential dual relationships and conflicts of interest with clients. Because of my family's connection with Strathcona high school, I'm not able to see teachers or staff from that school. Similarly, I cannot see the partner/close family member of a current or recent client. I'd be happy to provide referrals to trusted colleagues in the above circumstances.


Please note that for video or phone services, as per guidelines from the College of Alberta Psychologists, the client must be physically located in the province of Alberta at the time of the appointment.


When you're ready to take the next step:


Please click here to book a free 15-minute initial phone consultation. If no time options appear in the booking calendar, this means that my schedule is currently full. Please check back soon, as new time slots are likely to open up.


You can also contact me directly here or call 587-803-8031 with any questions about my practice or current/future availability.