Megan Richardson LMFT, NCC
I’m married with two children, and see marriage as the space where some of the toughest and most beautiful self-growth can occur. My interest in healthy relationships has lead to my career in couples counseling where I hope to support couples in working through life transitions, and establishing new habits to maintain a thriving relationship. I have specialized training in maternal mental health as well as perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. I love working with growing families who are finding themselves adjusting to the changes in their relationship with the arrival of a little one.
I also have extensive experience working with survivors of trauma including domestic violence, sexual abuse and human trafficking. I am trained in taking a trauma informed approach to addressing your story, and use a strengths-based model to support you in experiencing empowerment. Many people report a desire to ignore their past but find at times it starts to creep up and can no longer be ignored, as it may be impacting your relationships with others or your functioning in important areas of your life.
I am happy to support you in addressing where you may have been deeply hurt. You will be able to move at you own pace in therapy and will set the tone for what you need your sessions to be.
My passion is healthy relationships.
Being in a satisfying relationship can have an impact on all areas of life and my career has been focused on supporting others in determining what a healthy relationship could look like for them.
I have heard clients say they waited to seek counseling because it made them feel weak or they did not want anyone to take pity on them. I’m quick to share that discussing the tough issues and facing them head on shows your incredible resiliency and strength from what you have survived.
It is my privilege to be given insight into your world to try and resolve what may not be working for you.
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