Get to Know Meg!
Meg (She/Her) is a psychotherapist serving clients in Massachusetts and Florida. She earned a BS in Social Work from Providence College and a Master’s in Social Work from the University of Utah. Meg has experience working with adolescents and adults navigating ADHD, autism, anxiety, depression, and trauma, as well as helping clients with relationship difficulties and academic stressors.
Meg most recently worked as a behavioral health clinician at Tufts Medical Center, providing comprehensive evaluations and individual therapy to patients from all walks of life. During her tenure at Tufts Medical Center, Meg has helped patients become more aware of their emotions, recognize patterns of distress, and empower themselves to make positive changes. Meg employs a collaborative and solution-focused approach to therapy. She integrates evidence-based modalities, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Client-Centered Therapy, Mindfulness Practices, Solution-Focused Therapy, and Strength-Based Therapy, tailored to meet her clients' unique needs.
In her practice, Meg emphasizes the importance of mindfulness practices to help clients cultivate present-moment awareness and cope with life's challenges effectively. She is also experienced in Couples Therapy, assisting partners in enhancing communication, resolving conflicts, and building stronger, more fulfilling relationships. Drawing from their unique strengths and experiences, Meg helps her clients develop healthy habits and build skills and knowledge that empower them to accomplish their goals. She is dedicated to assisting clients in gaining better insight into themselves, finding fulfillment, and living happier and healthier lives.