About Megan

Hi! I’m Megan and I specialize in working with moms who are experiencing mood and anxiety disorders during pregnancy and following childbirth. 
 
I love helping overwhelmed moms find a sense of balance while raising young children so they can better enjoy time with their kids while also carving out some time for themselves. Motherhood is a juggling act and I love teaching strategies to help moms de-stress and embrace self-care so they can successfully navigate the complexities of being a mom.
 
I also work with individuals, helping them to achieve a better quality of life, decrease depression, and manage anxiety. I specialize in helping people to build self-esteem and have published four books on the topic. I am also trained in EMDR, a cutting edge therapy tool useful in helping people recover from trauma. 
 
As a registered supervisor, I enjoy helping LPC Residents work toward licensure and  am also available for consultation regarding starting up a private practice.
 
I am passionate about spreading awareness about perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, love collaborating with other colleagues, and enjoy teaching webinars. If you are interested in hearing more about what is happening in my practice, please join my mail list here.

CREDENTIALS

Certified Perinatal Mental Health Professional

Postpartum Support International

Registered Licensed Professional Counselor & Supervisor

Virginia Board of Counseling 
License # 0701005482

Masters of Education - Community Agency Counseling

George Mason University
​Chi Sigma Iota, Counseling Academic & Professional Honors Society International

Bachelor of Science
Communication

Boston University

Professional Associations

  • American Counseling Association
  • EMDR International Association (EMDRIA)
  • International Society for the Study of Trauma & Dissociation
  • Northern Virginia Licensed Professional Counselors
  • National Board for Certified Counselors
  • Postpartum Support International (PSI)
  • GoodTherapy.org Topic Expert & Blog Contributor
  • Psychology Today

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