Megan is a PhD candidate in Counselling Psychology at McGill University. She has regularly worked with diverse adult clientele experiencing a range of difficulties including generalized anxiety, social anxiety, substance use, mood disorders and emotion regulation difficulties.

As a therapist, Megan’s style is compassionate, authentic, and non-judgmental. She places great value on the therapeutic relationship and is committed to creating a relationship of trust. Utilizing a collaborative and tailored approach, Megan draws on best-practices from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and mindfulness and compassion-based approaches. Working with Megan, you will find her approach to therapy is practical, providing a place where client’s can create real and lasting changes, thus, leaving therapy with a sense of empowerment and change.

Megan offers psychotherapy in English.