Mackenzie Broomfield

Registered Social Worker (Alberta)

Mackenzie is an Inuk woman who attained her Bachelor of Social Work from the University of Calgary; she also minored in Sociocultural Anthropology, which fostered a deep appreciation for the ways culture and religion shape worldviews and influences choices. 

Mackenzie has a range of experience in supporting people across the lifespan, and specializes in grief/loss, navigating change, radical acceptance, and goal attainment; she is also experienced in building healthy relationships and strategies aimed at interrupting intergenerational trauma.

Mackenzie provides strength-based, ecologically-focused support while utilizing a variety of approaches, including Narrative Therapy, Mindfulness-based Counselling, and Rational Emotive Therapy.


Bachelor of Social Work

University of Calgary, 2017; minor in Sociocultural Anthropology

Licensed, Registered Social Worker

with the Alberta College of Social Workers and the Canadian Association of Social Workers

Designation, Capacity Assessor

through the Alberta Office of the Public Guardian and Trustee

Co-Chair, Inuit Planning Committee

Aboriginal Awareness Week Calgary

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