Social Work Intern
Megan received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Wyoming in 2017, and is currently enrolled at Arizona State University and anticipated to graduate with a Master’s degree in social work in May 2024. She enjoys working with individuals and their support systems and using big-picture problem-solving to advocate for systems and policies that impact communities and vulnerable populations. After graduation, Megan would like to work in a mental health setting and develop counseling skills to help others through direct care, advocacy, and policymaking. Megan believes in using an integrative approach of psychodynamic, cognitive, and behavioral theories while applying a strengths-based and feminist perspective to address one's unique therapeutic goals.
Megan believes mental health is an important aspect of one's overall wellness. As a therapist, she aims to work with individuals on identifying challenges and solutions for overcoming struggles. Therapy is not one-size-fits-all, so working with the individual to create a personalized, person-centered approach and being able to consider the various influences of their systems/environment is important in Megan's approach as a therapist.