Meg is a psychotherapist in private practice, providing community-based services for twenty years. She is also the Director of Behavioral Health at the University of Nebraska Medicine’s Transgender Care Clinic. Megan specializes in working with gender, sexual and relationship diverse people. She provides therapeutic services to gender creative children (ages 3 and up), adolescents, adults, families and couples. In addition to ecotherapy, Meg has post graduate training in depth psychology, play therapy and Brainspotting.
Meg has been drawn to nature from a very young age and feels the wilderness has been a place of solitude, sanctuary and healing. Meg enjoys offering a holding-environment to client’s interested in the healing aspects of consciously integrating wilderness back into the psyche through reciprocity with our natural world.