Megan’s theoretical approaches include, but are not limited to: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Person-Centered, and Psychoanalysis. She discovered a passion for Positive Psychology during her undergraduate work, later to research the effects of Strengths Psychology on resilience, hope, engagement, self-efficacy, and academic self-efficacy. Many of these methods are still used in her practice today to help clients move beyond traditional treatment and towards preventative methods.
Megan applies the latest research on neuroscience and psychoneuroimmunology (PNI) in sessions with clients, so they may understand in-depth how their brain is operating and affecting mental, emotional, and physical functions in their body.
DISCLAIMER: *Although Megan uses Humor and Laughter Therapy throughout her practice, she is very mindful about appropriate use and the implementation of such techniques.