Important note/Privacy notice:
I use this e-mail address only for routine matters, such as scheduling appointments. I do not use e-mail to discuss the content of your psychotherapy or other protected health information. My e-mail goes through a server that is not encrypted to protect health information. It is possible that a third party could gain unauthorized access to any message you send or receive from me. If you are contacting me regarding an emergency, including a last-minute cancellation, please do not use e-mail. I do not check e-mail daily. I generally respond to e-mail messages within 48 hours.
Meghan is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Substance Abuse Counselor - In Training. She received a masters degree in social work from UW-Madison in 2014. Following graduation, Meghan practiced as a DPI licensed school social worker for five years, working primarily with elementary aged youth experiencing emotional and behavioral challenges. She has extensive experience working in emergency mental health and crisis intervention, mental health commitment case management, and the voluntary psychosocial rehabilitation program, Comprehensive Community Services (CCS). Meghan volunteered with her local domestic abuse and sexual assault crisis line and provided direct support to victims during a SANE.
Mental health and substance use recovery looks different for everyone. Meghan meets clients where they are, partnering alongside them on their personal journey utilizing a non-judgmental, person-centered, strengths-based, and trauma informed approach. She also incorporates mindfulness, motivational interviewing, and CBT techniques. Meghan understands the importance of human interactions and recognizes that the biggest catalyst for healthy change is often sparked by a positive connection with another person.
Meghan is open to appointments for any age, and her appointments are virtual. Please call or email to schedule an appointment with Meghan.