Behavior Health Counselor
Stress reduction, coping with chronic disease, nutrition, addiction, sleep problems
Master's of Social Work, University of Denver
Megan graduated with her Master’s of Social Work degree from the University of Denver in 2020. Her education focused on mental health and trauma, with additional experience working with youth and families. Megan practices therapy with a trauma-informed approach and believes every person is an expert in their own health and recovery and should be in control of their treatment plan every step of the way. Megan’s scope of practice includes individual and family therapy and crisis intervention.
Megan views her role as one who can provide compassionate support, treat every person as a unique individual, provide resources and skills training, or act as a bridge to other community services.
Megan enjoys hiking, reading, playing the piano, painting, and spending time with her family, dog, and two cats.