Meghan received her masters degree in clinical rehabilitation and mental health counseling from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a specialization in psychiatric disabilities. She is also a certified rehabilitation counselor.
Meghan gained clinical experience working with adults in a state psychiatric hospital in North Carolina as well as with kids and families in an intensive in-home program with Easterseals UCP. Prior to this, she obtained her bachelor’s degree from The University of Alabama in psychology with a minor in human development and family studies. Here, she completed clinical hours at a university affiliated child development research center to gain knowledge in understanding and catering to the varying needs of children based on individualized experiences that affect the developmental journey.
Meghan is passionate about working with children, teens, and young adults to help them navigate the daily challenges brought on by life experiences. Her certification as a rehabilitation counselor also supports her in working collaboratively with individuals affected by disabilities.
Meghan utilizes a person-centered approach to therapy with components from acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) when appropriate.
In her free time, you can find Meghan going on nature walks with her dog or at a group fitness class.
Meghan is under the supervision of Rebekah Jones, LPC, CPCS.