Donna Piercy M.C., Registered Psychologist

Counselling by Video only

Office:: 403-948-3968


Counselling Statement:

Donna Piercy is a Registered Psychologist and is thrilled to be part of the team at Airdrie Counselling. Her belief in the importance of the mind/body connection is central to her practice. Donna provides counselling to individuals experiencing a variety of difficulties which includes managing chronic pain and chronic health challenges, complex trauma such as accidental injury (such MVA), brain injury, work-related injury and lifelong trauma, PTSD, anxiety, depression, anger, stress management, self-esteem/self-efficacy issues, substance use and other compulsive behaviors, eating disorders, and life stage issues such as grieving and health crisis intervention. She also provides workshops to both professionals and groups on topics such as chronic pain, stress management and depression management. Donna is approved by most insurance companies, WCB and works with individuals who have been personally injured. She can provide assessments for areas such as chronic pain.

Primary Areas of Practices

  • Anger

  • Anxiety

  • Brain Injury

  • Chronic Pain

  • Complex Trauma (Accidental Injury, MVA)

  • Depression

  • Eating Disorders

  • Grief

  • Health Crisis intervention

  • Self-esteem/Self-efficacy

  • Stress Managment

  • Substance use and other compulsive behaviors

  • Work-related Injury

Demographic Served 

  • Individual Adult

Types of services provided


  • Individual Counselling

  • Chronic Pain Management  

Education/Special Training & Registrations

  • Registered Psychologist, with the College of Alberta Psychologists

  • Certification as an Exercise Physiologist by the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP)

  • Certified as a master trainer for the Alberta Fitness Leadership Certification Association (AFLCA).

  • Master’s degree in Counselling

  • Graduate Diploma in Educational Psychology with a Specialization in Rehabilitation

  • Bachelor of Physical Education

  • Chronic Pain Certification at the University of Alberta.









She is the author of the “Back on Track” book – a manual of rehabilitation exercises. Donna has written numerous articles and has given many presentations about health related challenges to a wide variety of audiences.

Donna’s interests include swimming, weight training, equestrian events, hiking and traveling. Donna lives in a rural location and enjoys caring for her numerous animals, including seven horses.