Megan has had a dynamic clinical social work career developing expertise in providing assessment, counseling, outreach and training services to clients of all ages with particular focus emerging adults (18-26) and adults. Megan’s practice focuses on working with clients experiencing anxiety, depression, grief/loss, life transition issues and negative self worth perception from a cognitive behavioral therapy perspective. Her prior experience includes working in community- based crisis intervention team, K-12 school social work and a college counseling. In addition to being a therapist Megan is Certified Mental Health First Aid Instructor in Adult. Fire/EMS and Higher Education modules.
Megan has been described by her clients as approachable, intuitive, grounded, non judgemental, and a therapist who “keeps things real” in a compassionate and empathetic manner. Her goal is to empower clients to reach the goal they set for improving their mood, changing unhealthy behaviors and improving their overall health and wellness.
In her free time Megan enjoys spending time with her time with her two daughters and their dog, Leia. She also loves to read, garden, practice yoga and work with newly arrived refugees resettling in our area.