Dylan Tait

Registered Psychologist

Hello! My name is Dylan, I am a Registered Psychologist with the College of Alberta Psychologists and have been working and volunteering in the field of mental health since 2017. After
trying to pursue a career in hockey (check stats for giggles), I successfully obtained a Bachelor of Arts (kinesiology) and Science (psychology) from the University of Lethbridge, while also playing on the varsity Pronghorns hockey team for five seasons (again, stats = giggles). I rounded out my post-secondary education with a Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology from Yorkville University.
My approach to counselling is to provide an individually tailored, evidence-based therapy experience. I typically employ person-centered and cognitive behavioural approaches to counselling,
while also incorporating general systems, evolutionary, neuropsychological, and mindfulness-based perspectives depending on client needs. I also have the pleasure of bringing my (Greater Swiss Mountain) dog Luna to work with me most days, she is an incredibly warm and gentle (although sometimes clumsy)
creature (also, apologies in advance if you leave with more dog hair than you arrived with). I believe a strong and healthy therapeutic relationship between myself and my clients is essential to beneficial
counselling outcomes. My goal as a therapist is to create a safe and empathic space for my clients in which they feel accepted, valued, supported, and empowered. Although I have experience working with a variety of client concerns, I have a vested interest in working with individuals affected by cancer (either directly or indirectly) given some of my own experiences with the disease. If you or someone you know has been impacted by cancer, I would consider it an honour and a privilege to support you/them along the
journey, whatever it may look like.
In taking care of my own mental health, I enjoy participating in and watching sport (mostly hockey), listening to music (always), walking/biking with my family, watching movies and reading (scifi/fantasy), knitting, stargazing, observing nature, and playing video and board games. Thank you for taking the time to learn a bit about me and my approach, I look forward to learning more about you in the future.

How I Can Help You

I strive to create a comfortable, safe environment, where we work to achieve your goals together.

Anxiety, Depression, Stress

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Grief and Loss

Life transitions are hard, whether related to a loss of a loved one or a shift in career, it can feel incredibly painful adjusting to the new… Learn More

Anger Management

Sometimes, we have days that seem to be filled with nothing but opportunities to get angry. Strong emotions are simply our body’s way… Learn More


Children and Teens

Being a teenager or a youth in today’s world can be extremely overwhelming. Feelings of loneliness, fear, and the pressure to be “enough”… Learn More


Trauma and PTSD

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a condition that follows an event whereby a person perceives there may have been some serious risk of harm to them, or someone… Learn More

Credentials and Experience

It’s my goal to create a comfortable, safe environment, where we’ll work to achieve your goals together.


  • Registered Psychologist, College of Alberta Psychologists #7158
  • Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology, Yorkville University
  • Bachelor of Arts and Science, University of Lethbridge
  • Trained in Gottman Level 1 Couples Therapy.


  • Associates Counselling Services – Group Therapy Facilitator
  • Lethbridge School Division – Student Support Worker
  • Volunteer – Crisis Support Worker – Lethbridge Police Services – Victim Services Unit