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Morgan McClelland

Registered Provisional Psychologist, Master of Arts in Psychology #3473p

Existing Clients Only

Edmonton (Virtual and In person)
Morgan's Rate: $200/hour

Morgan is a Registered Provisional Psychologist with a Master of Arts in Psychology. She has specialized training in personality assessment for the purpose of diagnosis and treatment. She is also able to complete VAC assessments and RCMP assessments.


Morgan is passionate about growth and change in individuals from all walks of life. I love working with youth, families, and adults! 

Direct Billing to:

  • Alberta blue cross

  • Medavie Veterans

  • Greenshield

What Can Morgan Help With?

Morgan feels privileged to work with people and sit with them in their dark places, whatever that looks like. She has worked with various problems including, but not limited to, trauma, personality disorders, attachment, interpersonal difficulties and communication, depression, anxiety, domestic violence, gender dysphoria, exploration of gender fluidity and sexuality.


She utilizes a client-centred approach, meaning that she will follow your lead and acknowledge that you are the expert in your life. She is currently taking clients and would love to work with you, lend a non-judgmental ear, and support you in the growth for which you have always been capable. 

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Depression Disorders

Morgan works with people living with major depression, seasonal affective disorder, postpartum depression and more.

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Trauma and PTSD

Morgan has experience helping individuals process, accept and heal from service related trauma, accident trauma, and more.

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Anxiety Disorders

Morgan treats generalized anxiety, social anxiety, performance anxiety, separation anxiety, panic disorders and phobias.

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Sexuality & Gender Identity

Morgan fosters an environment where individuals can be themselves to explore their sexuality and gender identity without judgement.

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Psychological Assessments

Morgan has experience providing psychological and personality assessments for the purpose of diagnoses and treatment.

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Major Life Transitions

Morgan supports individuals going through new and difficult life transitions such as divorce, aging, retirement, loss and more.

Morgan can also help with: 

Anxiety Disorders


Complex Grief 


Familial relationships

Interpersonal conflict

Intimate partner violence 

Life transitions 


Personality disorders

Self exploration



Depression Disorder

Morgan has worked with many individuals diagnosed with major depressive disorder, persistent depressive disorder, postpartum depression, seasonal affective disorder, and other mood disorders. Similar to anxiety, she utilizes some cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) techniques, as well as, some dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT) to work through extreme emotional responses and use those techniques to support people through emotional regulation and distress tolerance.


However, she is most interested in where your symptoms come from, the origin of those feelings, and how they have helped you adapt and survive. This is important to her because if we know their purpose, we can use that knowledge to build a new foundation of self acceptance and compassion.  


Anxiety Disorders

Morgan has worked with many people who have experienced anxiety in some way whether that be generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety disorder, agoraphobia, performance anxiety, and more. She utilizes an integrative approach that follows the needs of her client. She incorporates cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), interpersonal therapy, humanistic therapy, and others to help combat symptoms of anxiety and understand the origin of the presenting problem.  She understands that direct approaches such as relaxation, mindfulness, and cognitive defusion are helpful to aid in separating unhealthy thoughts from the strong emotional responses that are connected to the thoughts themselves. However, Morgan also relies heavily on the therapeutic relationship to help clients understand and make sense of their own experiences and tendencies. 


Generalized Anxiety

Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) is an overarching feeling of anxiety and fear that impacts all aspects of a person's life.


Separation Anxiety

Separation anxiety is the fear of being away from a person, pet or object that offers a sense of safety and security to the individual.


Social Anxiety

People with social anxiety fear judgement and criticism from other which prevents them from feeling safe in social situations.


Panic Disorders

Panic disorders or panic attacks are characterized by a deep panic, hyperventilation, heart palpitations, sweatiness, and feelings of dread.


Performance Anxiety

Performance anxiety can affect people of all ages. It can affect teenagers afraid to write their test or adults who must give a presentation.



A phobia is a form of anxiety rooted to a persistent, excessive, irrational fear of an object, person, animal, activity or situation.

Psychological Assessments

Morgan is trained in psychological assessment and has a graduate diploma in psychological assessment from Concordia University of Edmonton, specializing in personality assessment for the purpose of diagnosis and treatment. She has worked with the PAI, MMPI, SIMS, and PDS. Morgan is also familiar with MCMI and multiple other assessments relating to personality assessment and diagnosis. She completed her practicum through Concordia and has worked with military personnel in completing and scoring these assessments as well as writing diagnostic psychological reports. 

Trauma and PTSD

Trauma and PTSD

Morgan has experience working with trauma survivors including veterans, domestic violence survivors, survivors of motor vehicle accidents, medical trauma survivors, abuse survivors, and first responders.

Accident Trauma Care

Since she first became registered, Morgan has worked with survivors of motor vehicle and other accident related trauma.  She uses various approaches including systematic desensitization techniques, behavioural techniques, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), mindfulness, relaxation, dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT) strategies to support individuals who have witnessed or experienced a traumatic accident.

Sexuality and Gender Identity

Sexuality and Gender

Morgan is passionate about this area of her work and has worked with individuals who are learning to better understand their sexuality and gender identity. Her overarching framework is humanistic and existential therapy to work on empathetic reasoning, and active listening to help her clients establish meaningful relationships and build self awareness about who they are, how they have come to be, and the meaning that being such a person has on the people in their life, their community, and the world. 

Life Transitions

Morgan uses a combination of humanistic, existential, and psychodynamic techniques to support individuals through difficult and unchartered territory including transitions such as aging, retirement, moving, loss, ending or beginnings of significant relationships, and more.

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Morgan's Approaches

Morgan has experience with a variety of counselling approaches including cognitive behavioural therapy, dialectical behavioural therapy emotionally focused therapy, mindfulness and relaxation. She also uses narrative therapy which supports people in becoming experts in their own lives by developing their own stories that fit their authentic selves and allow for further self exploration; metaphor therapy which uses language and imagery to understand, explain, and explore their current presenting problems; and, existential therapy which helps individuals build self awareness, establish meaningful relationships, and accepting anxiety as a part of life. She works with people to identify the meaning of their own lives using empathetic reasoning, socratic questioning, and active listening techniques.

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Existential Therapy

Morgan supports individuals to build self awareness, establish meaningful relationships, and accepting anxiety as a part of life. She works with people to identify the meaning of their own lives using empathetic reasoning, socratic questioning, and active listening techniques. 

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Client Centered

Morgan uses a client centered approach where she acknowledges that you are the expert in your own life. She will walk with you on your journey and what we discuss is up to your discretion. 

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Strength Based

In her sessions, Morgan will focus on the different qualities that make you resilient and build those into your treatment plan. She creates an environment where you feel empowered to take control of your life and develop the strength the face challenges.

More About Morgan

Morgan loves music greatly and enjoys playing guitar, singing, and is even learning to record her own music. Searching for waterfalls and hiking in the mountains is another one of her hobbies; and,  although she is not well traveled, she is looking forward to catching up on some travelling in the upcoming years. She loves dogs and has two of her own. They have quite unique personalities and keep her grounded, sane, and feeling loved! 

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