Meghan is a trusted therapist with a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Utah and a Master of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Phoenix.
Meghan has a respected career in the field having worked in social services for nearly 20 years. She has been employed by Volunteers of America (VOA) for the majority of her career. Meghan worked as the Program Director of the Center for Women & Children for several years. Later, she supervised the Assertive Community Outreach Treatment Team for two years. She worked as a therapist on the Adult Substance Abuse Team at Cornerstone Counseling Center. Currently, Meghan works as the director for the Family Counseling Center as well as running her own private practice.
Meghan has a passion for working with under-served populations. Some of those populations include people living in poverty and those suffering from substance use disorders. She has a particular passion for working with the LGBTQ+ community. As a LGBTQ+ affirmative therapist, she understands the unique needs of under-represented Utah residents. Help is available if you are struggling with substance use, addiction, depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts, self-mutilation, trauma, bi-polar disorder, psychoses, obsessions, or compulsions.