Meghan J. Wilson
Meghan believes that you are the expert of your own story, and is honored to be given a chance to be a part of it. She operates from the assumption that what you are experiencing makes sense given your context and that you are doing the best you can with the tools available to you. Meghan works by trying to non-judgmentally and compassionately understand your story, offering gratitude to the parts of you that have gotten you this far in life, and also collaborating with you to help you find more effective ways work towards what you want for the future. She strives to provide a safe space where all parts of you can come forward, even those that feel difficult to share. In order to develop a strategy that is most effective for you, she is informed by a variety of therapeutic philosophies and techniques.
Allied with Health at Every Size (HAES) and anti-racist work, Meghan is committed to working towards a society where people of any body size, neurotype, gender or cultural background are treated with respect. As a person who came to understand her own Autistic and queer identities later in life, she is familiar with the exhaustion that comes with masking and strives to give you autonomy and choice over when you use your masks and when you take them off.
Meghan is also a mother who loves playing with her kiddo, being outside, dancing, reading, and traveling. She firmly believes in doing things that bring joy, regardless of whether she is “good” at them.
Meghan is a pre-licensed practitioner working towards her LPCC licensure under the supervision of Kate West, MSW, LICSW. She has worked with multiple different populations, including neurodivergent individuals, people experiencing eating disorders, chronic pain, and people living with a serious and persistent mental illness. Meghan works with individuals ages 16 and older.