Our Counselling Services provide free short-term counselling for individuals who are questioning their sexuality and/or gender identity, mental health concerns, address minority stress experiences and also support parents, family, and friends of the LGBTQ2S community who need aid and resources to foster supportive relationships with LGBTQ2S loved ones. Our counsellors provide 2SLGBTQ-affirming therapies and are trauma-informed practitioners.

How to book for Counselling

Other Services

Local Psychiatrist Dr. Sarah Dungavell practices out of OUTSaskatoon once a week. In order to access her services you must receive a referral from your family doctor. For more information, call Dr. Dungavell at 1-306-361-4163.


We offer free and affirming peer support, which provides community members with a safe space to ask questions and share their feelings in a confidential, non-judgmental environment in the company of those who have been through similar situations and experiences.




Not Accepting New Patients

Jenn Tatton


Not Accepting New Patients

Kristin Smith


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Meet Our Counsellors

Iris Akbar, She/He


Iris Akbar was formerly a senior school counsellor and a research psychologist with Singapore General Hospital. She has a BPsychology (Australia), Med of Ed. Psychology (Canada) and School Counselling Dip. (Singapore). She is certified in Choice Theory Reality therapy and trained in Satir Transformational Systemic Therapy, CBT, Trauma-Focused CBT, Cybercounselling (Level 1) and various mental health issues.

Iris is from a mixed heritage background (Malay-Indonesian, Chinese & Arab) and loves swimming, reading, doing volunteering work, cats and travelling outside of work. She loves gaming too, either board games or online.

Iris is not currently accepting new clients

Jenn Tatton, They/Them


Jenn is a full-time remote counsellor with OUTSaskatoon and resides on Treaty 4 Territory. They have their B.A. (Hon.) in Psychology (University of Saskatchewan, 2001) and are trained in CBT, their practice is trauma-informed and they use a harm reduction approach. Jenn is a non-certified member of the CCPA and a certified yoga instructor.
Having worked in mental health for over 10 years, Jenn found their passion in working with the 2SLGBTQ+ community. Jenn loves to read, paint, cosplay, and spend as much time in nature as possible.

Jenn is not currently accepting new clients

Kristin Smith, She/Her


Kristin holds a Diploma in Applied Psychology and Counselling through the Kelowna College of Professional Counselling. She is a Registered Professional Counsellor (RPC-C) with the CPCA.  She is trained in level 1 and level 2 Violence Threat Risk Assessment (VTRA) and Traumatic Event Systems (TES) through the North American Center for Threat Assessment and Trauma Response, ASIST, Crucial Conversations, Indigenous Awareness and Level C First Aid/CPR.  
Kristin is currently with Family Service Saskatoon offering Rapid Access Counselling at various locations in Saskatoon and surrounding area.  She takes pride in being an active volunteer within our community and to say she is passionate about change and advocacy is an understatement!  

To book an appointment with Kristin click Here




213 Avenue C South
Treaty 6 Territory
Saskatoon, SK  S7M 1N3