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Ellen MacGregor

Masters of Social Work with Clinical Specialization


Child & Adolescent Mental Health 

Coping Skills & Co-Regulation

Caregiver-Child Relationships

Peer Relationship Challenges

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New Hours as of September 1st

Monday: 9AM-1PM

Tuesday: 2PM-8PM
Wednesday: 2PM-8PM

Thursday: 12PM-5PM

Alternating Fridays: 9AM-1PM

Transition to Adulthood

Play Based & Expressive Therapeutic Work



Obsessions & Compulsions

Fears & Phobias

Self Esteem & Identity Exploration

Grief & Loss


Advocacy & Allyship with Racially Diverse Populations

Advocacy & Allyship with Gender and/or Sexually Diverse Populations

Age Range

Young Adult (18 - 24)

Children (5 - 10)

Youth (11 - 17)

Please confirm that your insurance covers Social Work services. If you are unsure please contact your insurance provider.

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Thanks for stopping by! I’m Ellen (she/her) - a sister, daughter, partner, friend, writer, and mental health advocate.


I share this with you as I believe my personal being impacts so much of my professional being. I strive to create a space for clients that feels human and kind, and acknowledge the courage that comes along with accessing mental health support.


I am experienced in working with children and youth who are impacted by grief, loss, anxiety, depression, obsessions and compulsions, low self-esteem, and identity struggles related to sexuality, culture, or disability.


I take an eclectic approach to treatment that is holistic, anti-oppressive, and strength based. I believe in incorporating creative and compassionate approaches into my clinical work and do so by utilizing play therapy techniques, elements of cognitive behavioural therapy, solutions focused therapy, narrative therapy, and mindfulness strategies.


I have worked within the school system for several years, supporting the mental health of neurodiverse students and assisting young adults and families navigate life's transitions. My passion for continued learning has recently been fulfilled by completing training in Emotion-Focused Family Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Theraplay, and Advanced Theory and Techniques in Play Therapy. 


When I’m not at work, I’m practicing my own self-care by spending time with people who support me, being outside with my dog, and dreaming of future travels. I am conversationally fluent in American Sign Language (ASL) and am passionate about accessible, person-centered mental health care for all.



I welcome your story and look forward to meeting you and/or your child when the time is right!

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