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Meghan Parry, CCC

Canadian Certified Counsellor

Hello! My name is Meghan and I am a Canadian Certified Counsellor (CCC) with the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association. I have been working professionally with children, youth, parents and families since 2015. I am passionate about helping both individuals and families navigate difficult transitions and circumstances of their lives. My early career involved supporting youth in the community and this evolved into a passion for supporting those that so often get lost or overwhelmed by complicated systems and services. I completed my undergraduate degree in the Child and Youth Care Program with MacEwan university and went on to complete my Masters degree in Counselling through City University.


I enjoy working with children, teens, young adults, families and adults and I have experience supporting them through issues involving: Anxiety/Worry/Stress, Behaviour-based concerns, Emotional Regulation, Coping Skills/Self-Care, Body Image and Self-Esteem/Self-Compassion, ADHD/ Neurodivergence, Grief and Loss, Trauma, Relationship issues, Depression, Self-Harm/Risky behaviours, Parenting and Family Support, Life Transitions and Change, Parental Divorce/Separation and more.  In my work I use an integrated and holistic therapeutic approach, meaning that I often blend a variety of modalities and techniques to best support your unique needs. Often that includes an attachment based perspective in which I integrate various therapeutic frameworks including, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Solution Focused Therapy (SFT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), and Mindfulness. When working with children and youth, I also integrate non-directive Play Therapy based techniques and creative/expressive therapies to help them navigate their learning journeys. 

In my work, I strive to make you feel safe, validated and supported to meet your goals. I work in collaboration with clients to identify needs, understand lived experience and unlock hidden potential for change and growth. Most importantly I believe in the power of respecting and honoring that you are the expert of your own experience. I believe that my role as your therapist is to support you to uncover the answers that will best suit you where you are right now and where you hope to be in the future. 


I believe in supporting and affirming diversity, as well as, ability and I welcome opportunities to work with individuals across cultures, ethnicities, genders/ gender identities, backgrounds, and those who are neurodiverse. I look forward to connecting with you!


When I am not conducting therapy I can be found with my family; often outdoors. I enjoy spending time with my partner and my two children, we love to tackle new experiences together. When I am on my own, I am often engaged in gardening or indoor plant care, getting lost in home improvement projects, or I am cooking and baking up a storm. 

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