More About Meg
Meg is a queer-identified therapist practicing in Durham, NC. She graduated from Naropa University in May 2012, where she earned a degree in Transpersonal Counseling, with a focus in Art Therapy. Meg has worked with children, adolescents and young adults since 2009. She has worked in various settings, including therapeutic foster care, residential treatment facilities, transitional living programs for young adults, and as an in-home therapist for children and families. Meg focused her graduate work on trauma, and has continued to develop the lens through which she views trauma and trauma related symptoms. In 2016, Meg completed the Trauma Certificate Program through The Trauma Center at JRI in Boston, MA. Meg is trained as an art therapist, and is also trained in Sensory Motor Arousal Regulation Treatment (SMART), a sensory motor treatment for children with developmental trauma. Meg participates in regular consultation and collaboration with the Gender Collaborative of the Triangle, a multi-disciplinary group of professionals who provide gender-affirming care. She is also a member of WPATH (World Professional Association for Transgender Health).
Meg lives in Durham with her partner and their three dogs. She is an artist, and enjoys digital design, painting, and photography. Meg loves to sing, and plays in a local bluegrass band. She also loves to cook, read, write, and grow vegetables in the summer.
Licensed Professioanl Counselor (LPC)
Registered Art Therapist (ATR)- Pending
Certificate in Traumatic Stress Studies from The Trauma Center at JRI, Boston, MA
World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH)