Welcome to morrison + schenn-visentini
Broadway Counselling & Therapy
WE ARE PLEASED TO BE ABLE TO CONTINUE TO PROVIDE SERVICE TO YOU VIA DISTANCE THERAPY — SKYPE, ZOOM, FACETIME OR TELEPHONE
We thank you for your cooperation and collaboration in our efforts to do all we can to influence the safety of the people of Saskatoon and beyond.
Barbara Morrison, Jennifer Schenn-Visentini and Scott Morrison offer confidential, professional and effective therapy and counselling. We are located in the beautiful Broadway district of Saskatoon. We adhere to the SASW (Saskatchewan Association of Social Workers) ethical guidelines and practice. Our beliefs are firmly grounded in a client’s right to self-determination. We respect a client’s right to make decisions based on one’s values and choices. We are committed to assisting people in working toward the goals they have set for themselves in therapy.
All therapists have a generalist practice serving a wide range of clients and issues, with each therapist having specializations and preferred areas of practice. Please visit individual therapist pages for more information.
Our therapists provide a safe space for those who identify in the LGBT2SQ+ community.
A new book just released and published
— by Barbara Morrison and Ed Risling (October, 2019)
CLICK below to:
Listen to this clip of an interview on CBC Radio 1, November 25, 2019. Barbara Morrison speaks with Jennifer Quesnel about her newly-published book, Fully Half Committed.
For Sale on Amazon in soft cover and Kindle. Soon to be on audio and Kobo. Also for sale on Amazon in the UK and Germany.
We invite you to post a review on Amazon and Goodreads.
City of Saskatoon EFAP (Employee & Family Assistance Program)
Jennifer Schenn-Visentini, B.S.W., R.S.W., Barbara Morrison, B.S.W., M.S.W., R.S.W. and Scott Morrison, B.A., B.S.W., M.S.W., R.S.W. are service providers for employees and families of the City of Saskatoon
As per our mission statement, we adhere to the professional code of ethics of the Saskatchewan Association of Social Workers (SASW) and we respect a client’s right to self-determination.
We look forward to working with you. Please telephone 306.653.3232 or email at addresses below, to book appointments or to inquire about therapy and workshops: