Rachel Tober

Rachel Tober

Registered Provisional Psychologist


Finding support through our toughest times can be an overwhelming and confusing experience. Whether it is overcoming a major loss or better understanding yourself, my goal is to help relieve the burden of trying to make it through these challenges alone. I aim to empower each individual to better understand and cope with whatever it is they are facing. Together, we will explore the emotions, thoughts, actions, and relational struggles that may prevent someone from feeling their full self.

I use a variety of therapeutic tools and modalities to help inform my clients and learn ways to better live through life’s biggest challenges such as life transitions, relationship conflict/closures, anxiety, depression, lowered self-esteem, and trauma experiences. I use emotion focused/attachment based therapy and also offer EMDR therapy.


Rachel is a Registered Provisional Psychologist and a Trinity Western graduate with a Master’s Degree in Counselling Psychology. She has 5 years experience as a clinical counsellor in British Columbia, working with adult individuals, couples, families, children and youth aged 5-18. Rachel has worked with a variety of symptoms including anxiety, depression, self-esteem, trauma, domestic violence, substance use, self-harm, suicidality, relationship conflict, pre-marital counselling, divorce and separation, OCD, anger, and religious/faith based matters.

Rachel previously volunteered for the Sexual Abuse and Crisis centre of Edmonton prior to starting her degree, as well as volunteering for children and youth programs in Edmonton, teaching confidence and emotion regulation skills.


Domestic violence, confidence/self-esteem, childhood trauma, grief and loss, relational conflict, attachment based issues.


“Change the way you look at things and the things you look at change.” – Wayne W. Dyer

What brings me ease:

I enjoy taking walks in nature.

More than just my work:

In my spare time, I love to play volleyball.