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Meghan Nimmo

Meghan Nimmo

MC, Registered Provisional Psychologist

Life is hard. Often times, it feels like there is a new pitfall awaiting us around every corner. Even when things are going well, we still wrestle with complex and uncomfortable emotions. The good news is that we don’t have to go through the ups and downs of life alone. I approach counselling with the goal of joining you in your life to go through it with you. My approach is collaborative and relational, I am here to support you, guide you, and cheer you on.


I work with adults and teens who are experiencing stress, depression, anxiety, burnout, women's issues, and those who are coping with the aftermath of trauma. More specifically, my personal and professional experiences inform my focus on two niche areas. I am passionate about working with individuals who have experienced medical trauma and live with chronic health conditions. I also enjoy supporting parents, especially those whose children have diagnoses of disabilities, delays, or health conditions. I know how impactful it is to get support from someone who understands these experiences. I also know how challenging it can be to find support for these specific issues and so I am honoured to walk alongside my clients as they navigate these challenging life experiences.


Therapy is not a one-size-fits-all situation so I utilize a client-centered approach. This means I recognize that every client I see is unique, and that their support will look different. I include elements of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), mindfulness, internal family systems (IFS), and attachment theory in my counselling practice. You are the expert on yourself; therefore, we will work together to find the best support for you.  


Initiating counselling can be intimidating, so I do my best to ensure our relationship is safe and supportive by providing unconditional compassion, acceptance, and understanding. I look forward to meeting you and getting the privilege of working through life's challenges with you.  

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