Rachel Morgan, MA (she/her)

Doctoral Candidate

Rachael is a doctoral student in Counselling Psychology at McGill University and a Doctoral intern at Openspace
Clinic under the supervision of Dr. Mara Riff and Dr. Christine Saykaly.

Rachael’s primary focus is to create a comfortable, affirming, and nonjudgmental space for clients to express themselves. Using a strength-based approach and various evidence-based modalities, Rachael prioritizes a collaborative and personalized therapeutic approach that helps individuals set and achieve their goals while feeling supported and empowered.

Rachael has worked with children, adolescents, adults, and families across diverse training settings. Her interests include working with adolescents and adults facing mental health and interpersonal difficulties, like anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, body image and eating difficulties, gender and sexuality-related issues, and relationship challenges. Her Doctoral research also focuses on youth mental health and development, specifically the childhood mental health factors that underlie teen suicide risk.