FINDING TIME FOR YOU
IS INCREDIBLY HARD

FINDING TIME FOR YOU
IS INCREDIBLY HARD

I get it

When was the last time you did something for you and didn’t feel guilty? You’re trying to manage all that you do. You wish you had more time and you are pulled in so many directions. You feel overwhelmed trying to manage it all. 

If this sounds like you

you've come to the right place

You can find balance. You can let go of the guilt that keeps showing up when you try to take a moment for you? You can say no and still be the friend, wife, mother, daughter, or sister you want to be. You can learn to feel good about your decisions, trust yourself, and feel happier.

I'M DR. TRACY DALGLEISH​

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST & COUPLES THERAPIST​

I help women and mothers build healthy relationships and learn to be their best selves by helping you to let go of guilt, communicate your needs, and set boundaries in your life. 

Through therapy, workshops, and online educational resources, I help you identify what you feel and need, show up and be present in your life, and give yourself permission.

RESEARCH & WRITING

MY CONTRIBUTIONS

I have a passion for research and writing — 

I participated on multiple research projects throughout my training. I enjoy learning in different interest areas and sharing this with the professional community through publications and book chapters.

I also love writing for a larger audience and enjoy contributing to blog posts.

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THIS IS US

My FAMILY

THIS IS US

Learn about dr. Tracy Dalgleish

9 Facts about me

  1. I eat a banana every morning.
  2. I am most happy when I am walking – through the city streets or the farm that is in the middle of Ottawa.
  3. I have two children and, a westie
  4. Returning to work after my second child was challenging. I don’t believe we ever find “balance,” but we do find ways to connect with what is meaningful to us.
  5. My last name is tricky. It’s Scottish. Try pronouncing all the letters.
  6. We had a miscarriage before getting pregnant with our first… no one was talking about miscarriages and I remember feeling deeply alone.
  7. I was initially on the med-school track to become a psychiatrist.
  8. I have a diverse interest in music – from the oldies to the ’80s, and to today’s EDM!
  9. There are times when I tear in session with my clients.