Megan earned a Masters in Counseling from Covenant Seminary in St. Louis. She is currently a provisionally licensed professional counselor, pursuing licensure in the state of Missouri. She enjoys collaborating with people to examine patterns, hurt, and shame in order to find health and fullness in life.
Prior to graduate school, Megan worked for two years with women on a college campus dealing with issues such as broken families, spirituality, and identity formation.
Megan’s professional interests include working with adults and adolescents who experience:
- women’s issues
- adjustment difficulties
- eating disorders
- childhood abuse
- family of origin issues
She counts it a privilege to work with individuals, couples, and families who take the risk of seeking health.