Associate Marriage and Family Therapist
Megan aims to help clients feel seen, understood, supported, and never alone as she aims to build a therapeutic relationship with each client from which to explore unresolved issues from the past, experience and process how they change and explore what comes from their new experiences.
She focused her training on attachment theory, emotion focused therapy, and healing from spiritual/religious abuse. She works with people of all ages as they transform through their suffering, but particularly loves supporting girls and women in areas such as assertiveness, communication, relationships, and self-esteem. Megan relies on the current research in brain science to best support her clients as they grow and discover more of their innate healing capacities.