Megan is a counseling intern from Antioch University, Seattle, and is completing her master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. She also holds a BA in Social Services & Women’s Studies from Washington State University. Megan believes in a holistic approach to therapy and recognizes the connection between mind, body, and spirit. In her work with clients, Megan draws upon narrative therapy, emotion-focused therapy (EFT), and mindfulness-based CBT.
Megan has trained with the Gottman institute and is a facilitator of their Bringing Baby Home Program. Megan enjoys working with families who have recently welcomed a new baby or are currently expecting. Megan is also passionate about working with couples who are interested in improving communication and connection, parents in search of support, and with adolescents navigating our complex world.
Through careful listening and unconditional acceptance, Megan connects with clients at whatever stage they are at in their journey of self-discovery. She enters each session with genuine curiosity and views therapy as being rooted in mutual respect and collaboration. Megan believes that we are all the experts of our own experience, and she feels deeply grateful to walk alongside her clients on their path to personal fulfillment.
Megan is supervised by Tom Freeman, LMFT, and is accepting private pay clients at the Bainbridge office.