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Morran Counselling Therapy

"Braver: a special kind of brave you find in your darkest, hardest moments,where you go all in with your whole tired heart, when you can't predict the outcome". Dr. Jody Carrington  


Morran Counselling Therapy

Life has its many challenges, it can be messy, and complicated.

Maybe you feel stuck, overwhelmed, angry, lost, and not sure what to do. 

Maybe you are not able to respond to people or situations in your life the way you would like to.

You want more freedom, choice, control, and clarity.

You want to feel less weighed down, and more relaxed in your body and life. 

You want a healthier more connected relationship with yourself and others.

Are you curious if counselling therapy would be helpful? A safe, collaborative therapeutic relationship where you feel comfortable sharing your story, being your authentic self, feeling heard, and seen can help create intentional change. 

Uncover your resilience, increase your self-awareness, and feel empowered in your journey of healing and growth. 

Struggling with anxiety

You do not need to walk this journey alone, I would be honored to walk alongside you.

Our Values

Empathy, Intentionality, Compassion, Authenticity, Connection, Assessability 


Danielle Morran MC, CCC

Anxiety Therapist

Hi, I'm Danielle! I work, play, and call Treaty 7 land home in Chestermere, Alberta.  I am a Canadian Certified Counsellor with the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association offering virtual counselling to individuals, youth, and families across Alberta. I have been a counselling therapist supporting youth and their families for the past 6 years although I have worked supporting youth for over 10 years. I am committed to professional development and enrolled in Bringing the Body into Practice, Somatic Attachment Psychotherapy 2-Year Training. - In process (2024 - 2025)


In the spirit of reconciliation, Morran Counselling Therapy respectfully acknowledges that we live, work and play on the traditional territories of the Blackfoot Confederacy (Siksika, Kainai, Piikani), the Tsuut’ina, the Îyâxe Nakoda Nations, the Métis Nation (Region 3), and all people who make their homes in the Treaty 7 region of Southern Alberta.
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