Meghan, a therapist at CCIH since its founding, specializes in the treatment of complex trauma and dissociative disorders. She finds fulfillment working with people experiencing a wide range of presenting concerns.
She works to create a safe, intimate space that fosters peoples’ abilities to explore and understand the dynamics at play in their lives, with the goal of living lives with greater peace in the present.
In addition to individual treatment, Meghan facilitates “Becoming Safely Embodied” groups throughout the year and supervises clinicians looking to deepen their work as trauma-informed psychotherapists.
Meghan has a background in outpatient treatment, and treatment within the medical setting, including working with parents of critically ill children in a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). She is a graduate of Cathedral Counseling Center’s post-graduate fellowship (2011) and a graduate of the University of Chicago, SSA (2004).
Meghan completed the Level 1 Training for the Treatment of Trauma (2011) and Level II Emotional Processing, Meaning Making and Attachment Repair (2018), through the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute of Boulder, CO. Meghan is committed to ongoing exploration of body-centered integration and mindfulness in the ethical treatment of trauma.