Nancy McElheran, RNMN RMFT(national)
Adjunct Clinical Associate
Faculty of Nursing, Adjuncts
MN University of Calgary, 1990
BN University of Calgary, 1985
Diploma in Nursing Women’s College Hospital, 1964
Nancy McElheran is a Clinical Nurse Specialist with a Masters degree from the University of Calgary (1990) and a Clinical Fellow and Approved Supervisor with the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT)(1995-2021). She became a member and Family Therapy Supervisor with the Canadian Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (CAMFT) in 2020. She is currently self-employed as a clinical consultant and has a limited independent clinical practice.
Nancy provides clinical consultation and supervision to varied staff and programs of Wood’s Homes, a community based mental health treatment centre for children, youth and their families where she was previously employed for over 20 years as a Director of programs. She is currently a clinical consultant and supervisor at Woods' Homes Eastside Community Mental Health Service (ECMHS), a walk-in single session mental health counselling service located in the NE quadrant of the city. She is also a member of the Wood’s Homes Nursing Advisory committee.
Her presentations, publications and research interests highlight the development of walk-in single session therapy from a systemic perspective. She also provides workshops and training opportunities on this approach to other mental health agencies in Calgary as well as nationally and internationally. McElheran is a former member of both the Research and Scholarly Development committee and the Engagement committee within the Faculty of Nursing.
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