Meg offers office-based therapy for adolescents and adults. Meg identifies as white, queer, non-binary/genderfluid, and neurodivergent. Meg believes in a relational, creative, trauma-informed, strengths-based, and culturally responsive approach to providing care. They understand that our pasts, relationships, environments, and systems we operate within matter and impact our growth and well-being. Meg’s goal is to provide a welcoming, compassionate, nonjudgmental, and collaborative space for exploration and healing through prioritizing the strength of the therapeutic relationship. Meg enjoys her abundance of house plants, collecting crystals, creating art, volleyball and running, and slow mornings with coffee and acoustic music.
Therapeutic Modalities: Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), narrative therapy, mindfulness, harm reduction, psychodynamic
Specialties: LGBTQIA+, gender/sexuality, BIPOC, neurodiversity (ADHD/autism), sensory issues, eating issues, creative & gifted populations, life adjustments, athletes, students, adolescents, and young adults.
Certifications/Trainings: Licensed MN Educator, Tier 4