Megan’s therapeutic approach is integrative and process-oriented. She emphasizes the importance of exploring one’s emotional experiences within her work and predominantly employs principles from Existential and Humanistic psychotherapies.

Megan believes in the importance of receiving life, reflecting on it, and making meaning from it. In essence, the human experience is perceived to be an educational project where we must make room for the whole of our existence – the personal, social, physical, and spiritual. Past, present, and future are considered within the therapeutic context. Her work is informed by elements of Emotion-Focused Psychotherapy, Interpersonal Psychotherapy, and Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy.