Welcome to the new and expanded version of
The Shift Counselling Services!
It gives me great joy and a huge sense of pride to announce the expansion and relocation of The Shift Counselling Services! I'm honored to be moving forward with this venture, surrounded by a team of gifted therapists and helpers. Our new home for The Shift is a warm and inviting space. We are looking forward to welcoming our new and existing clients.
Clint Moroz, Owner - The Shift
ABOUT THE SHIFT
The Shift believes that self care and connection to mind, body, and soul, are at the center of growth, balance, and wellness. As such, we ensure that mutual respect, integrity, and authenticity are at the forefront of all interactions with individuals, communities, and organizations.
A community that is empowered by healthy shifts within processes, beliefs, perspectives, and habits, that lead to enhanced mental health and wellness.
To provide a steadfast, deliberate, heart-centered approach to mental health and wellness that is therapeutic, supportive, and compassionate.
We ensure professionalism, excellence, ethical practices, confidentiality, honesty, respect, consent, and advocacy.
We are earnestly committed to authenticity, generosity, optimism, resourcefulness, gratitude, and lightheartedness.
We believe that we are all inextricably connected and we value belonging, being present, curiosity, collaboration, creativity, diversity, and community.
We honor the unique needs, values, and beliefs of all our clients. We are devoted, with sincerity and dignity, to guided, caring, patient, loving, fun, open, and joyful growth for all.
Clint Moroz is the sole proprietor and owner of The Shift Counselling Services. The Shift Counselling Services was started in 2015. After 20 years of classroom teaching, Clint was drawn to wanting to help others with their mental health & wellness needs. Clint’s ability to form connections with others, combined with his vast experience, knowledge base and skill set led him towards the creation of The Shift.
Clint pursues his passion for helping and supporting others because of his steadfast belief that we are all called to help one another whatever that means within each individual’s circumstances and realities.
So why… The Shift?? In his own words, here is how The Shift was named…
“It was a meeting of the minds between friends and family. I wanted a title or concept that would pay respect to numerous entities. I wanted to help others move away from suffering to wellness, from angst to peace & contentment, and from unhealthy to healthy habits.
The Shift resonated with me because of my athletic history. I wanted to have some connection to the culture of, the reality of, elite athletes and the world of athletics. We work hard and we rest. Each individual/line on a team takes a shift to do hard work. While the hard work is being done, others rest and breathe. Success comes from the balance between the work and the rest. The individual shifts that are taken make the most profound difference; they shift you closer to the change you are looking for.
I believe that we all want and need to shift within our thought processes, belief systems, perspectives, and habits, at different times in our lives. Out of this conversation came The Shift...
It's hard to shift on your own, it is really hard work, and you don't have to be alone during your shift. When people shift, they move towards the best versions of themselves. It is my honour and privilege to help others shift to where they want and need to go.”
THE SHIFT ORIGINS
Individual - One on One Counselling for all ages
Couples /Family/Group Counselling
Team Talk - Mental Health for Athletes
Online Video Counselling
Walk and Talk Counselling
Let’s talk about what The Shift can do for your business or organization!
Group Presntations & Conversations
Mental Health conversations in the workplace are vital to a healthy working environment. We spend many hours a day at work and when it’s not a healthy place to be, we notice lack of motivation, high stress levels, and increased sick days. Having conversations and sharing mental health knowledge and information dramatically increases performance, motivation, and loyalty. Mental Health & Wellness Certifications and Workshops upon request.
One on One Leadership Coaching
Leadership is a purposeful journey. Learning to lead others takes purpose, energy and self-awareness. Individuals will learn about their inherent leadership and character strengths, leveraging prominent skill sets, and enhancing their level of personal self-awareness. This is a strengths based coaching relationship based on your wants and needs. Book a free consultation!
Group Leadership Coaching
This program is a holistic leadership model that is based on business and organization oriented best leadership practices, in conjunction, and with respect to mental health and wellness, they go hand in hand. This dynamic strength based leadership development program that will guide and support individuals within your business through an immersive, experiential, and interactive growth experience that will grow your bottom line!
Pierre is a genuine, caring, intuitive, and skilled counsellor, he also genuinely cares! Throughout our sessions, I felt his level of presence and focus on me completely which made me feel at home and deeply cared for. A big thing that has really helped me personally is his level of intuition. He seems to be able to ask the right questions and notice little, but important things and that has not been my experience with other therapists. He also is always open to letting the session flow naturally or having it be more structured depending on what I’m in need of that day. I would recommend him to anyone regardless of your issues. Be prepared to go deep and find some true healing, Thank you!
" Our team organized a private dinner for the family of the Humboldt Bronco’s before the Benefit Concert in April 2018. As part of the evening, we had many members of the NHL Alumni meet the families at this function. It was a heart-wrenching time and a concern from the Alumni was, they wanted some guidance on what to say to the grieving families. We were fortunate to have Clint volunteer his time and come speak to our group on grief and provide much-needed support for all involved. His background in sports & mental health counselling was well received and we appreciate his contributions."
Kelly Chase - Owner SPARK Creations & Bookings
“As an organization that has prided itself on being a safe place, has received an award for mental health workplace excellence, and is known to be an awesome place to work, I am in awe of the impact that the Mental Health Sessions have had. Clints calming and relaxed approach has made talking about mental health, personal struggles, and vulnerability safe and comforting. The way Clint communicates his knowledge is humbling, he reaches people in a way that they can understand and connect with. Clint, you are truly a helper, there is no hesitation in you when it comes to helping others, you have a kind heart and a giving soul. Your influence extends beyond what you can see and makes our world a better place. Thank you for sharing yourself with us!“
Cassaundra, BGC Saskatoon
“I really appreciated Clint’s thoughtful approach to creating a safe space for my colleagues and I to learn about mental health and self-care. Based on my own journey with mental health and self-care I understand the great value in having opportunities like these to learn new things or simply remind oneself to ‘take care’. With that being said I feel that Clint’s workshops would be beneficial for any team, organization, business, or individual invested in contributing to long-lasting positive change in their communities. Clint, your words and wisdom contributed to our team in a very meaningful way. Thank you very much for that and for keeping it ‘real’.”
"Serious Academy of Hockey has been involved with Clint Moroz and THE SHIFT Counselling Services. Clint exceeded our expectations with his presentations. Clint's approach, knowledge, and communication skills had our student-athletes engaged and excited to learn about the pressures that they will or have been faced with. Serious Academy of Hockey would recommend Clint for any team, group, family, or individual that is looking for clarity on today's stressors that affect us."
Randy Smith & Dave Chartier
Serious Academy of Hockey
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The Shift Counselling services is proud to introduce new Associates to the team! Some of the new associates work evenings and weekends. If you don't see a time in the schedule that works for you, please email our associates and they will find a time that works for you.
We are looking forward to providing Direct Insurance Billing to you in the near future. At this time, however, The Shift will issue receipts that you can submit to your provider.
If you plan to receive full or partial coverage through an insurance provider please check with them first, to ensure the associate you are seeing meets the criteria outlined in your policy. Each associate holds specific credentials. Some insurance providers may require that you receive a doctor’s referral prior to your session.
MAKE YOUR NEXT SHIFT YOUR BEST SHIFT
THE SHIFT COUNSELLING SERVICES CONTACT INFORMATION:
ADDRESS: 716 Queen Street
Saskatoon, SK S7K 0M9
Please refer to Associate Bio's for their direct contact information.
716 Queen Street, Saskatoon,SK
Credentials: B. Ed., Spec. Ed., M.C., CCC
Clint is a registered Psychotherapist & Counsellor with the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA).
Clint believes that we all want and need to shift within our thought processes, belief systems, perspectives, and habits, at different times in our lives. "It's hard to shift on your own, it is really hard work, and you don't have to be alone during your shift. When people shift, they move towards the best versions of themselves. It is my honour and privilege to help others shift to where they want and need to go."
Clint spent 20 years as a classroom teacher within Saskatoon, before transitioning into the counselling and psychotherapy role. He brings forth and shares his background in; high-level, elite athletics (U of S Huskie Hockey Alumnus), experience as a teacher and Special Education, instructor training in Nonviolent Crisis Intervention, and parent of two sons, to help support individuals, couples, families, groups, organizations, businesses, and sports teams, in the areas of mental health and wellness.
Some areas that Clint supports others with, include – Anxiety, Mood (depression, anger), Grief and Loss, Trauma, Separation and Divorce, School-Based, Family Dynamics, Sport Psychology and Performance.
Clint is pleased to offer any of his services via numerous ways and platforms, including – face-to-face at his Saskatoon office, walk and talk sessions along Saskatoon’s river valley, online video sessions, phone calls, and house calls as well.
Clint provides a high level of professionalism, experience, knowledge, compassion, and empathy for all who have the opportunity to connect with him. He provides a confidential, safe, collaborative and client-centred experience for all. Clint’s approach to working with others is based on the positive psychology model which is solution-focused and strength-based.
Favourite Musician and Song: Folsom Prison Blues by Johnny Cash. "This is the first song I learned to play on the guitar and perform in public. It will always have a special place in my heart for this classic tune!"
716 Queen Street, Saskatoon,SK
Credentials: I am a Registered Professional Counsellor (RPC) with the Canadian Professional Counselling Association, Certified Energy Healer, Professional Life Skills Coach, and Certified 200-Hr Yoga Teacher.
Hello! My name is Pierre Begrand and I’m a trauma-informed Registered Professional Counsellor, Certified Energy Healer, Professional Life Skills Coach, and Certified 200-Hr Yoga Teacher. that offers a holistic approach to my one-on-one counselling services at The Shift, incorporating the body, mind, emotions, and spirit. I am super honoured and grateful to be offering my gifts and intuition to all my clients as I am also a certified energy healer and professional life skills coach, integrating parts of these skills into my one-on-one counselling practice.
Everything is energy, and energy cannot be created nor destroyed, only transformed, and this is the good news meaning all humans have the potential to transform themselves. Clients are met with a pure heart and empathy to help them along their healing journey. I look forward to working with you!
Areas of focus or specialties:
I have experience working with the following:
Addictions Anger Management Anxiety
Behavioural Difficulties Career Guidance
Conflict Resolution Depression Existential Crisis
General Life Stressors Grief & Loss Inner Child Work
Lack of Purpose Life Transitions Loneliness
Relationships Issues (friends, family, marital, partner, etc.)
Self-Esteem & Confidence Issues Self-Sabotage
Spiritual Guidance Suicidal Ideation
Stress & Emotional Dysregulation
Favorite Song or Artist & Why:
"Be Free" by Sol Rising - I love this song, because it is what I seek in my own personal life, to be free, and let myself "be", rather than doing this life, just be this life. This song brings much wonder and space into my mind, emotions, and spirit, and that is where I feel most at home and as my true self :)
Works with individuals ages 18+
716 Queen Street, Saskatoon,SK
Credentials: BA, BSW, MSW, RSW
Working with people to help find solutions during difficult times is something that has always captivated me and led me to become a therapist. I believe in asking for help when we are stuck, and that our life is an ecosystem; small (and big) changes can disrupt us and sometimes leave us feeling like we do not know what to do. This normal, however normal does not have to mean good, it means that it is common. What is not as common is asking for help.
I have over a decade of experience as a counsellor, from community and family outreach, care coordination, and medical social work, to individual (adult and youth), family, and group therapy. I am also a Qualified Mediator with the Alternative Dispute Resolution Institute of Canada, and a student member of the Canadian Sports Psychology Association. Through this work, I have developed an approach that focuses on building resiliency and self-compassion.
I would say that my practice is focused on building, maintaining, and creating healthy relationships with individuals, families, and communities by using evidence-based approaches to therapy. I enjoy music, reading, journaling, being outdoors, running, gardening, and staying active but most of all spending time with my wife and two sons.
Areas of Focus or Specialties:
Adult and Youth counselling, Sport and Athlete focused counselling, Self-Compassion, Resiliency Building, DBT, CBT, Solution Focused Therapy, ADHD, Relationships, Couples Therapy, Impulse control, Time Management, Goal setting & achieving.
I cannot pin down a favorite Musician or a Song because it changes from day to day. Right now, the song I keep going back to is Wasted by William Prince.
Associate & Business Lead
716 Queen Street, Saskatoon,SK
At her day job, Heidi is the Director of Operations for BGC Saskatoon. She has pursued leadership and wellness outside of her career because she believes it is an integral piece to finding one’s true purpose in a healthy and inspiring way. Heidi believes that leadership does not require a job title and can happen in any position, in any business or organization. Heidi knows that leadership skills and strengths cannot be practiced or developed without taking care of one’s well-being, they both go hand in hand.
Heidi has worked with the same organization for over 20 years. As she worked her way through the organization and helped to build a solid foundation for growth and development, it fueled her passion for leadership and wellness. Heidi has seen firsthand, the impact that investing in the physical, emotional, spiritual, and mental health of people can have on all aspects of life and is committed to helping others realize their potential.
Heidi is a Certified Leadership Coach, has her Recreation and Leisure Management Diploma, and several courses pertaining to quality assurance, leadership, trauma-informed practice, wellness, etc. Working in a fast-paced, ever-changing environment and leading staff towards fulfilling the organization's mission and vision has helped Heidi to develop her leadership skills, character strengths and ignite a passion in others to do the same.
In her career, Heidi has mentored many staff, researched, developed, and implemented, many strategies, programs, and systems, cultivated strategic thinking, and committed to a set of core competencies needed to fulfill her responsibilities. Heidi has several years of experience in facilitating courses, training trainers, developing curriculum, leading, guiding, and learning, which has given her the opportunity to strengthen and develop her skill set and walk alongside others during their journeys.
Favourite Band: I love country music, it is absolutely my favorite and I can’t pick a favourite song. I can say, though, that my favourite band is The Tragically Hip. I absolutely love the lyrics/poetry.
716 Queen Street, Saskatoon,SK
Credentials: BSW, RSW
Meagan holds a bachelor’s degree in social work and is a Registered Social Worker with the SASW. She was raised on Treaty 6 Territory & The Homeland of the Metis Nation and still calls this home, alongside her partner and their two cats.
Meagan is a kind and gentle soul who cares deeply about the well-being of her clients. Her empathetic nature and sense of humor are often the first things people notice about her. She feels her greatest asset as a counsellor is her lived experience relating to mental health and being a member of the 2SLGBTQ community. Through her lived experiences she can offer unique perspectives and insights.
Meagan believes that healing is best facilitated through genuine connection to one another, and as such, she strives to provide a safe and affirming space for her clients in order to establish a strong therapeutic relationship. Meagan feels there is great power in being able to share your story and being heard and validated in doing so.
Meagan’s greatest passion is working with folks from the 2SLGBTQ community and working with teens and young adults. Meagan has been involved with and worked within the 2SLGBTQ community in varying capacities since 2019 and has a wealth of lived and learned experience in this area.
Favorite Song: One of Meagan’s long-time favorite songs is “Rise by Rainer Maria” because of this specific lyric within the song, “for each inch cut, the root grows ten.” This lyric resonates for Meagan because, for each hardship she has endured, her resiliency has grown deeper and stronger.
716 Queen Street, Saskatoon,SK
Credentials: B.A., B.S.W., R.S.W.
I was born and raised in Treaty 4 Territory. I was shaped and molded by the teachings of my grandparents from my mother’s side. I am a father, a breakdancer, and a fan of all things that contribute to mental wellness. In my spare time, I enjoy listening to music of all kinds, taking photos of freight train graffiti, and chasing my son around the house. I do believe coffee deserves an honorable mention here as well!
Currently, I am a registered Social Worker and have over 9 years of experience working with children, youth, and families. I am also the Outreach Coordinator for a local non-profit known as B.G.C.S. (formerly known as the Boys & Girls Clubs of Saskatoon). In my work, I strive to understand individuals and situations wholistically, while acknowledging that there is always more than meets the eye (yes, that is a Transformers reference!). I believe that as individuals we are all a direct result of the people, places, and situations that we (and our ancestors) have experienced.
I hold myself accountable to those that mean the most to me, my family, my friends, my partner, and our son. For them, I do my best to serve others in a good way, to walk through life with an anti-oppressive and decolonial perspective with the hope of leaving places better than I found them.
Areas of focus or specialties:
-Youth and adult counselling -Grief and loss
-Trauma (PTSD, intergenerational trauma)
-Depression and anxiety.
-Addictions and substance dependency.
Favorite song or artist & why:
One of my favorite songs is “Qu’Appelle Valley Saskatchewan” by Buffy Sainte-Marie. This song holds a special place in my heart because Buffy is singing about the same area of Saskatchewan that I had the privilege of growing up in, Qu’Appelle Valley. For me, this song is about being proud of who you are and where you come from, two things that I believe are vital to the human experience.
One of my favorite artists is Linkin Park. The thing I appreciate about Linkin Park is their ability as a band to create so much emotionally charged music. I thoroughly enjoy how Linkin Park’s music communicates the emotional complexity of the human condition, and that it is okay to be vulnerable in our expression of that condition.