Megan earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology at Texas State University and continued on to Friend’s University, where she completed her master’s degree in family therapy. Megan has experience working with anxiety, depression, identity issues, attachment, problems that stem from family systems, and physical, emotional and sexual abuse. Prior to joining the Shelterwood team, Megan worked with the families of children and adolescents who experienced various forms of trauma. In 2016, she joined Shelterwood to work with a strong clinical and interdisciplinary team who values clinical excellence and integrates faith to help families find a systemic approach to healing. Outside of Shelterwood, Megan enjoys traveling, going to local festivals and trying new restaurants with her friends and family.