Megan started her professional career at Kennesaw State University where she earned a B.S. in Psychology, and is now at Mercer University pursuing her master’s degree in clinical Mental Health Counseling. She has always had a passion for mental health and has been working to support the well-being of children & families for 10 years as a caregiver. From this experience, Megan has become comfortable working with all ages and a wide range of needs.
She uses a compassionate and collaborative approach, believing in the power of the therapeutic relationship to help her clients feel understood, safe, and supported. Megan caters her approach to the needs of the individual, and utilizes evidence based therapeutic techniques, play therapy, and creative expression to help her clients connect, discover, and heal.