Calgary Career Counsellor – Dr. Susan MacDonald Ph.D. Registered Psychologist

Specializing in: Personal & Career Counselling  as well as Team & Corporate Services


Career Coaching & Career Management Consulting

With extensive experience in both psychology and human resources, Dr. Susan MacDonald is your first choice in helping you on your road to success. Susan has extensive experience working with individuals, as well as organizations. Whether you are looking to improve your personal life or career planning, Dr. MacDonald can assist you in finding solutions to better your life, both personally and professionally.

Work is an important part of our lives. Whether making a career decision for the first time, or later in life, professional coaching can help you find the job that is right for you. Career counselling will help you understand yourself, your strengths, personality, interests, and values. Career counselling offers you an understanding of the world of work, and how to find the best job for you in the Calgary market and beyond.

As well, Dr. Susan MacDonald has widespread experience in all areas of personal counselling. If you are going through any type of life change or transition, or difficulty such as anxiety, stress or depression for example, counselling is the proactive, effective way to get your life back on track.

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Dr. Susan MacDonald
Registered Psychologist – Calgary Career Counsellor
Office is located at
430 15 Street NW Calgary, Alberta

403-295-8355

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Who I am:

I am a Registered Psychologist in Calgary who is passionate about helping people find the right career path. I have helped thousands of clients make career decisions with courage and confidence, and based upon solid rationale for why they are making the right choice.

What I do:

I operate from a short term, solution-focused, strengths-based approach. A first meeting is about an hour-long where I get to know you as an individual, and what you’ve done over your lifetime both in and out of work, as everything is interrelated. If you have any ideas on what you’d like to pursue, I’d love to hear them, and if not, then career counselling is the p