Do you constantly feel unsure of yourself?


Do you wish you had more confidence

in navigating stressful situations?

Unfavorable experiences in childhood or adolescence can leave you feeling uncertain of who you are and feeling hesitant when it comes to handling conflict and setting boundaries. Uncomfortable situations, unhealthy relationships, or experiences of peer pressure, bullying, or abuse can make you question what's right or wrong. Sometimes it becomes difficult to separate what you deserve from what's not okay.


You have certain inherent rights as a human and as a teenager, but often we aren't aware of what those rights even are.


Download my free Personal Rights as a Teen Guide

to help you recognize 10 ways you can begin to protect yourself and ultimately gain confidence in being who you are. Notice which items on this list feel particularly foreign or difficult for you to believe. These items will indicate areas where you may need to focus the most attention as you work to embrace your rights and build the self-esteem necessary to enforce them.

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Hi! I'm Megan

I'm a Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Perinatal Mental Health Clinician, passionate about helping new moms adjust to life with a new baby. Whether this is your first baby or you've done this a time or two, you deserve support in navigating the good times and the bad in this blessing/challenge (depending on the day!) of being a mom. 

I also specialize in working with individuals struggling with issues related to identity, self-esteem, stress-management, trauma, and anxiety. I love helping people discover new ways to improve their lives and want to help you feel your best. I would love to connect!


Get familiar with your personal right as a teen!

Yes, I want to know my rights!