Susan Morris-McEwan Counselling 

Counselling can help you become self-aware and to strengthen your ability to think and feel emotions with clarity and understanding.

When can counselling help?

  • Loss of a loved one (through death or disability)
  • Relationship issues, with spouses/partners, families and friends
  • Separation and divorce
  • Life transitions (graduation, career change, retirement, children leaving home, relocation)
  • Illness (with yourself or a loved one)
  • Stress
  • Decreased life satisfaction
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Bullying and abuse​
  • Trauma
  • Parent/teen conflict

There are times in our lives when we hit obstacles or feel overwhelmed—by change, loss, stress, difficulty in relationships or with work or school.  At times like these it can be helpful to talk to a counsellor who can assist you to identify problems, feelings, thoughts and behaviours so that you can develop understanding, insight and skills to cope and adapt.  

There can be a great benefit in sharing your worries and fears with someone who acknowledges your feelings and is able to help you reach a positive solution.

Susan Morris-McEwan, MA RCC

Registered Clinical Counsellor


I have over 25 years experience in mental health and counselling, working with children, teens and adults.

My goal is to help you identify and overcome your obstacles so you can better adapt to change and live a happier, more balanced life. 

If you have any questions or to schedule an appointment, please contact me