The Conflict Counselor
1226 22nd Street West
Saskatoon, SK S7M 1E9
About the Business
Angie Howlett – Conflict Counselor specializes in conflict resolution including solution-focused counselling, conflict coaching and mediation.
Angie’s personal experience with anxiety, depression and codependency inform her approach to individual counselling. Areas of specialization for mediation are elder and estate issues, family mediation and landlord-tenant disputes. Angie also offers completely customizable corporate training opportunities for organizations needing team-building solutions or communication strategies.
As a social worker, accessibility of services is of paramount importance. This is why Angie offers evening, weekend and virtual sessions to suit your needs or the needs of your organization. Angie is also available on non-major holidays for emergency counselling or conflict resolution services.
Fees for services provided by a Registered Social Worker are covered by most major insurance companies in Canada. In addition, Angie also offers sliding-scale fees for those who are low-income and don’t have coverage. Angie can direct bill to certain insurance providers upon request.
Angie is a Registered Social Worker and a qualified mediator specializing in resolving interpersonal conflict. Angie has been supporting individuals since 2011.
In 2016, Angie began supporting individuals in a mental health capacity. After graduating with her BSW, Angie started conflict resolution training and fell in love with the field.
From a young age, Angie has been passionate about social justice and wanted to be a lawyer. However, Law School was not in her future yet she discovered that not only is mediation a perfect marriage between law and social work, nothing is more satisfying than supporting others in resolving their interpersonal conflicts through building capacity, facilitating empowerment, and enhancing communication skills.
As a member of a dysfunctional family, Angie has interacted with conflict from a very early age and has learned many coping strategies along the way that she looks so forward to empowering you to do the same.