Courage. Roots. Passion. Growth.
It all started when...
Meg earned a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Lewis & Clark College. Her clinical experience includes individual, couples, and group counseling with a focus on queer and trans identified individuals. Her clinical interests include gender, sexuality, grief & loss, parenting, and adoption.
Meg has a foundation in relational theory and her work with clients often explores how relationships of all kinds inform, entangle and enhance their lives. This focus on relationships includes the relationship between client and therapist. Meg is committed to creating a safe, welcoming connection which allows clients to feel heard and respected as they move through the work of self-discovery and changing life patterns.