currently serves as the Executive Director of the Community Resource Center of Teton Valley, the secretary of the Teton Valley Mental Health Coalition, a member of the Board of Directors of Family Safety Network, and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the states of Idaho and Wyoming.
Megan provides counseling to adults, families, and children. Within a systems framework, she predominately uses cognitive behavioral therapy, rational choice theory, and developmental and neurobiological research to guide each session. Megan has completed the first half of the EMDRIA-approved Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy, and will complete the second half in 2018. For children ages 10 and under, Megan uses child-centered play therapy to empower children to develop a stronger sense of self-efficacy, self-control, and personal limit-setting. She expects caregivers to participate in frequent, supportive parenting discussions so as to ensure knowledge of developmental norms, create a strong sense of attachment between the child and caregiver, and encourage positive limit-setting and choice delivery.
Megan’s goal for her clients is to develop a stronger sense of self-awareness, self-understanding, and self-compassion to create positive change in their daily lives.
Idaho Licensed Clinical Social Worker – ID-LCSW #36976
Wyoming Licensed Clinical Social Worker – WY-LCSW #1056