Get to know Megan
Megan is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over a decade of experience in helping individuals of all ages navigate through anxiety and family-of-origin issues. Megan holds a Master of Social Work degree from the joint NCA&T and UNCG program and has honed her skills in providing a compassionate and client-centered approach to therapy.
Megan understands that every person has their own unique set of experiences, values, and beliefs that shape their perception of the world around them. With this in mind, she takes a humanistic approach to therapy, which emphasizes the importance of empathy, understanding, and non-judgmental acceptance.
Megan specializes in working with individuals who are struggling with anxiety, which can manifest in a variety of ways. She recognizes that anxiety can be a complex and overwhelming experience that can impact every aspect of an individual's life. Megan works collaboratively with her clients to develop personalized strategies to manage their symptoms and achieve their goals. She provides a safe and supportive environment for her clients to explore their feelings and experiences and helps them to develop tools and coping mechanisms that will allow them to better manage their anxiety in their daily lives.
In addition to anxiety, Megan also has a passion for working with individuals who are struggling with family dynamic issues. She understands how unresolved past experiences can impact an individual's present relationships and patterns of behavior. Megan works with her clients to identify these patterns and helps them to develop healthy coping mechanisms that allow them to break free from negative cycles.
Megan's ability to work with people of all ages is one of the many things that sets her apart as a therapist. She has extensive experience working with young adults, who often face unique challenges in today's fast-paced and constantly changing world. Megan works with young adults to help them develop a sense of self-awareness and self-compassion and provides them with the tools they need to navigate the complex social and emotional landscape of adolescence.
Megan also has extensive experience working with older adults and understands the unique challenges that can come with aging. She works with her clients to address issues related to loss, grief, and transitions, and helps them to develop strategies for coping with the changes that come with aging.
Megan believes that advocating for others is an essential part of being a social worker and a therapist. She recognizes that systemic change is necessary to address the root causes of many mental health issues and works to bring about that change. She is committed to working to identify areas where change is needed and to work collaboratively with others to affect that change
Overall, Megan is a dedicated and compassionate therapist who is committed to helping her clients achieve their goals and live their best lives. Her client-centered approach, combined with her extensive experience and education in social work, provides a strong foundation for those who wish to work towards relief from anxiety, family of origin issues, or other mental health concerns.