Megan has her Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and is on a LPCC licensure track. Megan works with children, adolescents, and adults across lifespan to offer strengths-based, client centered approach to therapy. Megan uses various theoretical approaches including, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), family therapy, mindfulness-based interventions and when appropriate sand tray and play therapy along with applying current neurological research to treat a variety of disorders and problems including anxiety, depression, ADHD, attachment and bonding, relationship challenges, OCD, parenting issues, stress, self-esteem, personality disorders and trauma. Megan has special training in the areas of trauma, play therapy, personality disorders, anger management and mindfulness. Megan enjoys her work and deeply respects the therapeutic relationship.