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Meg is an LCSW who graduated from the University of Buffalo with her Masters in Social Work. Meg has 13 years of clinical experience and has worked with many populations over the years, including parents, adolescents and those experiencing acute psychological symptoms. For the last five years Meg has been working in Erie County Medical Center’s (ECMC) Outpatient Behavioral Health Department, including their Partial Hospitalization Program, The Adult and Family Clinic & more recently Meg has been working in the Help Center, a walk-in mental health clinic.
Throughout her extensive career, Meg has exhibited a deep commitment to her patients, providing them with a safe and nurturing environment to explore their emotions, thoughts, and behaviors. Her clinical skills, combined with her warm and empathetic approach, fosters a therapeutic relationship built on trust, understanding, and respect.
Meg’s knowledge of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) allows her to work collaboratively with clients to identify and change negative thought patterns and behaviors that may be hindering their personal growth. Additionally, her understanding of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) equips her to assist clients in regulating their emotions, enhancing interpersonal skills, and achieving emotional balance.
Meg believes wholeheartedly that therapy is not just a profession but a profound tool for people to grow, develop, and heal. Meg is a compassionate and experienced therapist who you can trust to be with you and support you throughout your therapeutic journey.
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