Megan believes that it is a tremendous honor to be invited into the details of another person’s life. Her heart for therapy stems from her foundational belief in the power of the therapeutic relationship to be an agent of growth and healing for all life’s stages. She approaches her work from a holistic point of view, carrying a specific passion for the integration of mental health and faith. It is her hope to cultivate an environment of peace, safety, openness, and authenticity for every client so that they would feel empowered to take steps towards renewal.
As a therapist, Megan serves people from all backgrounds in a broad spectrum of experiences including identity struggles, relational conflict, trauma, spiritual issues, abuse, anxiety and depression. She works with clients from the understanding that pain, hardship, and transition can impact every aspect of one’s being- mind, body, and spirit. She has experience working with individuals and groups in a ministry setting and loves working specifically with emerging and young adults.
• Couples counseling
• Family conflict
• Identity issues
• Relationship struggles
• Spiritual issues
• Individual adults
• Adolescents/Emerging adults
• MS in Marriage and Family Therapy from Fuller Theological Seminary (in progress)
• BA in Religious Studies from University of California, Los Angeles