M.S., LPC Intern, NCC
under the supervision of Beth Lewis, M.A., LPC-S
Hello! I’m Meg, and I’m so glad you stumbled upon my profile.
I grew up in the small town of Brenham, Texas (Yes, Blue Bell Ice Cream. Yes, it’s the only ice cream I eat.) I have two wonderful and loving parents, and I am one of four children, so I am no stranger to navigating different opinions and finding balance in the chaos. I was an extremely anxious child, and luckily my parents found me a wonderful therapist when I was 7. I began learning strategies and coping skills I still use to this day.
Even though I have a long personal history with this field, I did not consider it as a profession until gearing up for college. I wanted to help people, but I also wanted to do something creative and exciting. Little did I know I would find so much room for creativity and joy through practicing counseling. I received my Bachelor’s degree from Texas Christian University with a double major in Psychology and Child Development. It was during this time that I completely fell in love with Fort Worth. To me, there is no place that feels more like home. After graduation, I went on to pursue my Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at The University of Texas at San Antonio.
Now, I am thrilled to be back home in Fort Worth and am ready to serve this community. I am passionate about helping people, in whatever way works best for them. My goal is to always create a safe space for people to be authentic as we navigate life together. I am trained to work with people of all ages, but I especially enjoy working with teens and young adults. Life is messy and hard, but if you are ready to put in the work to strive for progress, so am I.
When I am not working, I love to be with my husband and our two dogs, Artemis and Apollo. If you ask me about my dogs, I will talk about them forever, so sorry in advance.
I look forward to meeting you!