About Us

Our people make the difference.

Peggy and Jan are dedicated to providing competent, caring service to our clients. We subscribe to an integrated, holistic approach to counselling and the issues and struggles that life brings. We believe in treating all aspects of the human condition - body, mind, soul and spirit. While our personal convictions are based in the Judeo Christian faith, we partner with people from all worldviews and walks of life. We are committed to assisting those who come to us in finding a better quality of life.

Peggy Gossen, M.A., M.A.

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 Peggy has a Master of Arts in Education (1990) and Master of Arts in Counselling (1991), from Providence Theological Seminary. Peggy has been working as a therapist in Saskatoon since 1991, owning Peggy Gossen Counselling since 1997. 

 Peggy brings over 25 years in experience in: Marriage and Family Counselling, including premarital, blended families and divorce; Depression; Anxiety; Addictions; Adult survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse/Sexual assault; Adult Children of Alcoholics; Anger Management; Intimate Personal Violence; Eating Disorders; and Grief Therapy. 

 Peggy is a certified supervisor (CPS) and member with the Professional Association of Christian Counsellors and Psychotherapists (PACCP); a member of Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA); as well as a member in good standing with the Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce. Peggy offers counselling services in person or via phone or Skype conferencing. 

Jan Nerenberg, RN (retired), R.P, C.P.C, M.A.

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Registered Psychotherapist/ Certified Professional Counsellor/EMDR Therapist

 

Jan holds a Master of Arts in Counselling from Providence Theological Seminary (2014), and completed a teaching/counselling fellowship with Providence in April 2015.  She is a graduate of Foothills Hospital School of Nursing (1981), and has over 30 years experience in critical care nursing.
Jan has owned Jan Nerenberg Counselling since 2015 and is an EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) therapist, working toward certification.

Jan is a retired member of the Saskatchewan Association of Registered Nurses (SRNA) ; a Registered Psychotherapist (RP) with the College of Registered Psychotherapist's of Ontario, (CRPO); a Certified Professional Counsellor (CPC) with the Professional Association of Christian Counsellors and Psychotherapists (PACCP);  and a member of EMDR Canada. As well, Jan has completed certificates in Emotionally Focused Therapy for Couples; and Critical Incident Stress Management from the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation. 
Jan works with a variety of mental health issues, with a focus on trauma, childhood sexual abuse, anxiety,depression, grief, work-place stress, intimate personal violence, addictions and health care stresses. 

Jan offers counselling in person or via video conferencing.

Heather Campbell, Counselling Intern

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Heather Campbell, B.A. Psyc. Adv., B.S.P.E., PCP, M.A (candidate)

 Heather holds a B.A. Psyc. Adv. and a B.S.P.E. (1996) from the University of Saskatchewan and an Intermediate Care Paramedic license from S.I.A.S.T. Heather and is currently pursuing a Master of Arts in Counselling from Providence Theological Seminary.

Heather has worked as a Personal Trainer and an Exercise Therapist previously and currently practices as an Intermediate Care Paramedic.

Heather is a sports enthusiast with interests in a variety of athletics. She also enjoys music and singing performances.

Heather has completed her internship this year and will continue to work with Jan Nerenberg Counselling for the 2019-2020 year. She looks forward to continuing to meet with clients. She can be reached at 306-717-0886 to set up an appointment.

Jenna Zhao, Counselling Intern

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Jenna Zhao, BScOT, MA Counselling Student

 Jenna holds a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy (2001), from the University of Alberta and is currently pursuing a Master of Arts in Counselling through Providence Theological Seminary. 


For the past 5 years, Jenna has been working with International students at the University of Saskatchewan, helping them navigate various challenges of living cross-culturally. She has also mentored several of these students in their faith journey. Prior to her work with International students in Saskatoon, Jenna served as a global worker in East Asia for 11 years. 


Jenna is conversationally fluent in Mandarin Chinese and is passionate about befriending and supporting newcomers to Canada. Jenna is naturally warm and empathetic and enjoys journeying alongside clients in their quest for healing and support.


Jenna will be working with Jan for the 2019-2020 year. 


Jenna can be reached at (306) 241-0398 or jennaczhao@gmail.com

Susan Yun, Counselling Intern

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Susan Yun, BA , MA Counselling student

Susan holds a Bachelor of Arts in Korean Literature & Language from Seoul Women’s University (1991) and is currently pursuing a Master of Art in Counselling from Providence Theological Seminary. Prior to Providence Theological Seminary, she studied in MA in Theological Studies (MTS) from Taylor Seminary (Edmonton, AB) and completed 11 Courses. Susan brings her 20 years of ministry experiences in which she supported and helped people both in North America and South Korea in Church settings as a pastor’s wife.  

Susan has completed Family Counselling Intensive Course in 2000 (Fuller Theological Seminary, held in South Korea), Intensive Program in Spirituality & Pastoral Care in 2001 (CHCI: Christian Healing and Counselling Institute, held in Chicago), ADHD Certificate in 2017 (KPCE: Korean Association Psychological Counselling Education), and, also, Edmonton Distress Line Training in 2017 (Canadian Mental Health Association). 

Susan is based in Moosomin and will be counselling there and in the surrounding area, working with Jan for the 2019-2020 year. 

Susan can be reached at (780) 994-0090 or susanyuncounselling@gmail.com to set up an appointment and looks forward to seeing you and the opportunity to walk with you on your life journey.