Megan views the therapeutic process as a collaborative one, and works with clients to identify their strengths and develop accessible coping skills that can be used in everyday life. She is passionate about working with clients living with eating disorders and works from an intersectional, Health At Every Size perspective. Using methods such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy and mindfulness-based practices, Megan seeks to empower her clients to work towards their goals and overcome their obstacles. Megan has experience working with adults and adolescents who live with anxiety, depression, body image acceptance, eating disorders and trauma.
Megan received her Masters in Social Work from Virginia Commonwealth University and has worked in partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, intensive in-home, private practice and school environments. She is an LGBTQIA+ affirming and anti-racist practitioner.