Registered Provisional Psychologist
Megan holds an Honors Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology, an Honors Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology, and a Master’s Degree in Counselling Psychology. Megan has worked in the human services field since 2005 and has worked with children and families throughout her life in a variety of different roles. Megan currently works part-time doing single-session therapy as well as working with special needs children and their families. In her spare time, Megan loves to swim, work out regularly, and spend time with her son.
Areas of Interest and Knowledge
Megan has experience working with individuals, children, youth, couples, and families from diverse populations, including several years working with medium to high risk Aboriginal youth, their families, schools, and communities and their community support staff. Megan has worked with children with disabilities, and youth from diverse backgrounds, with challenging behaviours and complex needs. She has also worked in a supervisory role in a group home setting. Megan has worked with individuals dealing with Motor Vehicle Accidents and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Megan draws from several approaches based on the client’s needs and presenting concerns, including: Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, and Systems Theories.
Beliefs and Values
Megan believes that the client is the expert and that all clients bring many strengths and resiliencies that can be built upon to enact change. Megan is passionate about the work she does with clients in helping them to reach their goals and find harmony within their lives. Megan takes pride in her ability to be empathetic and understanding of different client circumstances.