Each of us face challenges of all sizes every day, and sometimes those challenges begin to weigh on us and take a toll. In today’s world, many of us are facing a great deal of pressure to be all we can be, without an opportunity to stop and consider who we really want to be; without a way to release that stress we often begin to feel overwhelmed. Counseling provides that opportunity to work through life’s stress piece by piece, rather than taking on life’s challenges all at once and beginning to better understand yourself in the process.
My name is Megan and I am an intern pursuing my Master’s degree in Counseling Education, specializing in marriage, couple and family therapy from Western Michigan University. I earned my Bachelor’s degree from Western Michigan University as well, while majoring in psychology. I have completed Gottman level 1 training in couple’s therapy. I am able to work with individuals, couples, and families with a focus in anxiety, depression, relationship-related issues, family stressors and overall communication difficulties. My goal is to work alongside the client in their journey, using a strengths based approach, that allows the client to be in control of bringing about their own form of change, in a way that is meaningful to them. I look forward to working with you!
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