The name Clementine Counselling and Psychotherapy comes from the Roman Goddess of compassion, Clementia. With compassion being a focus of the practice, namely self-compassion the name just made sense. So much of our lives are spent giving and caring for others, but a lot of the time we do not give ourselves the same mercy, peace, or compassion. It is the hope at Clementine Counselling and Psychotherapy that this can be the time where it is your turn to be shown compassion and peace. 



Now Accepting Clients for Virtual Sessions

I’m Megan Evans, a Registered Psychotherapist based in Ontario - here to guide you through life’s most complex and difficult matters. I truly care about my clients’ well-being and guarantee top of the line counselling and psychological services catered to their needs.

I have provided a number of specialized therapeutic services to those dealing with challenging life experiences. Client well-being is my number one priority, and I go above and beyond to help them through all their obstacles. Get in touch with me today for more information.



Experience You Can Count On


  • honours Bachelor of Science, Specialist in Mental Health - University of Toronto

  • Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology - Yorkville University


  • College of Registered Psychotherapist of Ontario (CRPO) - Registered Psychotherapist

  • Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA) - Professional Member 


  • Sirtonski Wellness Space - Counselling Intern 

  • Distress Centre Durham

    • 24-hour Helpline Responder  

    • Mentor & Trainer 

    • Suicide Bereavement Program Coordinator 


  • WIEBGE Certified

  • Certified Grief Counselling Specialist 

  • Trauma Informed-CBT certificate

  • Multiple courses on 2SLGBTQIA+ 

  • DBT certificate

  • ACT and CBT educated 

  • Various courses on attachment, sex, and relationships 

  • SafeTALK, ASIST, suicide to Hope

  • Mental Health First Aid 


The WIEBGE acronym stands for Will I Ever Be Good Enough? and signifies certification in Dr. Karyl McBride’s five-step recovery model for treating adult children of narcissistic parents.