Meet Our Team


Trina Battersby


The owner of Prairie Pathway Services, Trina is a Registered Social Worker with a passion for helping people. She has lived and worked in Southeast Saskatchewan her whole life, having a good understanding of the challenges and advantages of living in a rural area.

Trina has twenty years of experience in the human service field with experience working for non-profits, education, and private practice. Trina has worked in public schools in both urban and rural communities for more than fifteen years providing support to students and families. In 2017 Trina began her private practice specializing in grief and loss. 

From Victoria

From Victoria

Victoria Utman


Victoria has worked, played, and lived in Saskatchewan her entire life. Despite her love of adventure and travel, she always finds her way back home. Currently, she’s grateful to live on Treaty 4 territory.

Victoria is a Registered Social Worker with the SASW and is thrilled to be joining the Prairie Pathway Services team in Weyburn. With a variety of experience supporting general counselling needs, her primary area of interest is ADHD, neurodiversity, and executive functioning.

Using a trauma-informed and client-centred approach, Victoria also remains committed to supporting BIPOC, Queer, and other traditionally marginalized groups through her counselling practice.

From Shauna

From Shauna

“While my professional journey was fulfilling, my greatest joy has come from being a mother to twin girls. I chose to take a break to focus on being home with them full- time and am excited to continue on with my professional journey. My husband and I farm, and as local business owners, we also believe in the value of investing in the community around us. My commitment to supporting the well-being of others is also reflected in my non-judgmental, compassionate, and caring approach to social work.”

Shauna Wock

BA (Psych), BSW, RSW

Born and raised on a farm in the SE area, Shauna is deeply rooted in her community. After earning a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (U of S), she moved to Estevan to embark on her career journey. Following her passion, Shauna pursued a Bachelor of Social Work (U of R), which equipped her with the tools to make a meaningful impact in people’s lives.

With a decade of experience in various fields of social work, Shauna honed her skills and knowledge by continuously expanding her expertise with ongoing education and exploration of different treatment modalities. She has undergone specialized training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and have achieved Level 1 Certification in Gottman Therapy for Couples, and is currently working on level 2.

Prairie Pathway: A Timeline

2024 : Expanding + Moving Forward

A year after moving into full-time private practice, Prairie Pathway expanded into the neighbouring southeast communities of Oxbow & Weyburn. The counselling team also grew with two additional part-time counsellors, Victoria Utman and Shauna Wock joining Prairie Pathway Services.

2023 : Rebrand + Moving Forward

The spring of 2023 was a time of transition as Trina worked toward a rebrand of her business and moving into a full-time office space. Prairie Pathway Services was born with a vision to have a one-stop wellness center that the community can access a variety of services.

2020 : Masters of Social Work

The fall of 2020 marked yet another milestone in Trina’s career where she went back to school and obtained her Master of Social Work through Wilfrid Laurier University.

2017 : Opened a Private Counselling Practice

Seeing a need for grief and loss counselling, Trina opened her private practice part-time, while she continued to work in the school division. She ran support groups as well as provided individual counselling.

2007 : Beginning Down This Path

Trina began her career as a Student Services School Counsellor with South East Cornerstone School Division, where she worked in numerous schools over her 16 years with the division.

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