• With head, heart, and hand!

      Thank you for visiting our website and we welcome guests from such locations as Australia, Canada, Germany, India, the United Kingdom, the United States, and Zambia. We were founded Canada-wide in 2017.  Our provincial sister organisation was established as a not-for-profit in Alberta in 1998.

    • Nations across the globe remain on the alert for occurrences with the unprecedented coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. We continue to monitor the situation and have implemented measures to enhance your health, welfare, and safety. We have been trained both in preventative and remedial measures, in line with health authorities’ guidelines. We have decided to postpone our face-to-face services. We hope to reschedule these services at a later date, and we’ll keep you informed when face-to-face support is again offered. We apologise for this action, however, we have little option, but to implement this measure. Our online services continue to be open so that we can offer you virtual assistance.  Please visit our website for updates about when we can again offer face-to-face services. We are working hard to maintain existing services and we thank you for your patience and understanding. 

      Possible Steps You Can Take

      Please continue to support your community and be extra careful with your hygiene during this period, including washing your hands often and avoiding person to person contact with others if you are unwell.

      The following websites provide information about the virus and are worth checking out.



      The United States

      Preventative measures include, but are not limited to:

      • Regularly cleaning your hands for 20 seconds. Try washing your hands while singing happy birthday twice. Clean your hands with soap and water or an alcohol-based hand cleanser.
      • Keeping your nose and mouth covered with a one-use tissue or cough or sneeze into your flexed elbow. Avoid touching your face. Think about wearing plastic gloves as a reminder that you should avoid facial touching. Note when you are more likely to touch your face and think about changing your activities to avoid this. 
      • Limiting contact with others and exercising physical distancing. Be positioned about 6 feet from others.
      • Self-isolating from others in the household if you feel ill.
      • When you are shopping try to sanitize your cart before and after use.  Whenever possible pay with credit or debit cards rather than handle monies. Sanitizers can be difficult to buy and some may may be more readily available than others. Bleach helps to disinfect surfaces see  Michigan State UniversityThere are different views about how to prepare bleach solutions and for more information see the Fraser Health Authority

      Thank you for your continued support during this period. 

    • We are based in Canmore, Alberta. Canmore is nestled in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Banff is about 26 kilometres from Canmore, and it is part of World Heritage property. This property extends to include a few provincial parks, and Jasper, Kootenay, and Yoho national parks. These parks are located in both Alberta and British Columbia. In sum, over the twenty-plus years that Canmore has been our central hub it has been our pleasure to continue to see the interchange between locals and our guests. This alpine town attracts inter-provincial and inter-national visitors and residents.

    • The “Trident” represents three points including head, heart, and hand. One of the founders of the Trident Foundation (AB) saw military service, as did his father and uncles. The grim reality of armed conflict led to his vision for a world where peace and security would thrive.  Educational, legal, psychological, social, technological and life challenges are often experienced at personal, provincial, national, and international levels. There is great value in developing international cooperation to ensure that all people have, for example, media and information competencies to help to address and transform these challenges. Knowledge guides empathy and strategies. We aim to develop the lives of individuals, couples, families, and organisations across the provinces, nations, and in international jurisdictions.  Ask us about our free telephone-based initial twenty-minute consultation. We offer a diverse set of service options to assist you before your life situations reach damaging proportions. We might be able to provide you with:

      • Coverage Opportunities: Insurance providers could cover our services. You may have small or no out-of-pocket expenses.
      • Flexible Arrangements: We work with you and aim for you to have convenient scheduling to meet your work or home obligations.
      • Short Wait List: Access to services through the telephone or the Internet is usually under 48 hours, if not on the same day.
      • Prevention Approaches: We make suggestions as to how manage your stress.
      • Short- & Long- Term Help: The core causes of your stress, not just the symptoms are focused upon.
      • Webpages:  This website does not create any lawyer and client or counsellor and client relationship.   It is not intended to provide legal advice and does not offer this. You should consult with a lawyer who is familiar with the issues and the laws of your country.
      • Commissioner for Oaths: A Commissioner for Oaths is expected to be available in the future, but not currently, to administer an oath or take or receive an affidavit, declaration or affirmation.

If you have a medical emergency, please phone emergency services. For example, if you are in North America a crisis line number is 911 and in Australia an emergency number is 000.

Geary is one of our directors. In 2008 she was awarded her Ph.D. Later through continuing studies, Geary was awarded her LLB and MA (Psychology) degrees. In 2009 she was the recipient of a Bar Association Human Rights Prize. In Geary’s thesis work for her MA, she liaised with governments and professionals across six countries. Geary’s scholarship lies at the intersection of such areas as public policy, law, education, counseling, psychology, health services, international relations, and human rights. She is an educational and forensic practitioner, who is informed by both practice and research in aspects of public policy and law. This provides her with opportunities for international collaboration, and to develop interests in holistic and preventative policies and practices. She has more than thirty years of direct practice and research experience and has written three books, two research theses, chapters in edited books, as well as numerous articles.  In sum, she has an interdisciplinary background and an eclectic practice.

The images in the slideshow on this page mainly show Western Canada including Alberta and British Columbia.

You can use the Trident Mediation, Counseling, Arts and Supports Foundation’s (“Trident Foundation’s”) materials in your projects (online videos i.e. Facebook, Flickr, LinkedIn, Tumblr, YouTube, …), websites, animations, Royalty-Free provided that you credit the Trident Foundation in the description. For example, Audiovisual Materials: Trident Foundation https://www.tridentfoundation.net

The Trident Foundation is only a chat, contact form, or phone call away!

1-403-678-2918 (AB)

1- 250-208-8537 (BC)

1-541-224-6144 (OR)

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