Simplified Life Solutions: Counselling and Consulting
110 3rd Street
Dalmeny, SK S0K 1E0
About the Business
Diversity in all dimensions is embraced at Simplified Life Solutions, including race, culture, religion, socio-economic status, sexuality, gender identity and family systems. At Simplified Life Solutions, we strive to create a safe, inclusive, non-judgemental collaborative partnership with all of our clients to facilitate growth during difficult times.
As registered graduate level social workers, this practice is guided by the CASW Code of Ethics (2005) and Guidelines for Ethical Practice, which includes the following primary values:
Respect for the Inherent Dignity and Worth of Persons
Pursuit of Social Justice
Service to Humanity
Integrity in Professional Practice
Confidentiality in Professional Practice
Competence in Professional Practice
Professional Association – Saskatchewan Association of Social Workers: https://www.sasw.ca/
Nicole and Wannetta are both committed to continual professional development, and are constantly upgrading and pursuing training in a variety of therapeutic areas. With Wannetta’s background in child and youth interventions, and Nicole’s background in teen and adult support, they offer 20+ years of expertise to provide a confidential individual counselling experience.
Wannetta Reimer and Nicole Thiessen
Wannetta and Nicole have been friends and colleagues for decades, and have developed a business partnership based on shared values, mutual respect and a genuine desire to help others realize the innate potential that exists in all of us. Dreaming of operating a private practice together for years, the two of them saw an opportunity in 2022 to respond to the increasing need for counselling and mental health support in rural areas of the province. Focusing on Dalmeny and surrounding areas was important as our vision is to offer accessible affordable counselling interventions in challenging times without having to drive to the surrounding cities. Our vision supports the value that rural areas deserve equitable opportunities for counselling support.