Meghan approaches therapeutic work non-judgmentally and with curiosity, compassion and humor. She believes in a person-centered approach and that you are the expert on your story. She places strong emphasis in finding ways to work together to achieve the goals that are most important to you. She strives to use a variety of therapeutic philosophies and techniques in order to figure out what strategy will be most effective for you. She believes strongly in a Health at Every Size (HAES) approach as well as using a social justice lens to understand how systems might be impacting your mental health and wellbeing.
Meghan is a Masters student working towards her LPCC licensure under the supervision of Kate West, MSW, LICSW. Prior to returning to school to work towards licensure, she worked for several years with multiple different populations, including people experiencing eating disorders and people living with a psychotic disorder. Outside of work, Meghan is a mother and loves spending time on a myriad of hobbies, including being outside, dancing, reading, and traveling. She firmly believes in doing things that bring joy, regardless of whether she is “good” at them. Meghan works with young adults and adults, and some of her areas of interest are eating concerns and body image issues, perinatal mental health struggles, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder and schizoaffective disorder.