Meghan is a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) with a background in the education system and has worked with children, youth, adults, seniors and families in a variety of settings. Meghan takes a strengths-based, culturally competent and holistic approach to working with clients from (mainly) CBT, DBT and SFBT modalities but is looking forward to further educating herself as the client needs grow outside of that bubble. 

She has extensive experience working crisis, predominantly in the health care setting, and as a result works from a harm-reduction, trauma-informed lens as well as with underprivileged and underrepresented populations, including First Nations and Metis individuals and communities. 

Meghan is passionate about supporting a variety of clients along their healing journey, recognizing that that may look different for each individual, family or community dynamic. 

Qualifications: Meghan completed both an Undergraduate Degree (Honours- Major History, Minor Indigenous Studies in the Teacher Education Stream) and a Bachelor of Education (Teachables- History and Indigenous Studies) at Trent University due to the school being known province-wide for its support of Indigenous populations. Additionally, Meghan also completed a Master of Arts Degree in Counselling Psychology and is a member of good standing with both the Ontario College of Teachers and the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario. 

Availability: Meghan is available virtually and free for early morning and evening appointments with some weekend availability as requested.