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Meg Hefferon clinical mental health therapist

Meg received her master's degree in Counseling from MidAmerica Nazarene University with an emphasis in clinical mental health, and is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Kansas. Meg has worked in a variety of treatment settings as a clinical mental health therapist, including hospitals, college campuses, K-12 schools and non-profit counseling centers. Meg specializes in working with families and individuals of all ages, though she particularly loves working with teenagers! Meg is experienced in treating clients presenting with trauma, suicidal thoughts, anxiety, depression, school and work difficulties, relationship issues, developmental difficulties, and identity conflicts. Meg’s client-centered approach to therapy emphasizes the patient’s experiences, past, and present, as valuable sources for discovering insight and addressing the future. Meg enjoys helping individuals develop a richer understanding of themselves and tailors her approach to each individual client’s needs and goals. Meg utilizes the treatment modalities of cognitive behavioral therapy, attachment theory, dialectical behavioral therapy and psychodynamic and experiential theories. Meg also received her bachelor's degree in Secondary Education from Kansas State University, and her master's degree in Teaching English as a Second Language from the University of Missouri -Kansas City. Before launching her counseling career, Meg had a variety of professional experiences including being a Division I coach, teaching university English classes abroad, as well as teaching and coaching at K-12 institutions locally. When not serving clients and their families, Meg enjoys running, reading, and spending time outside with her family and dog, Bear.

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Meg Hefferon, MA, LPC, NCC

Clinical Mental Health Therapist

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We believe that everyone deserves to feel heard and understood, and that starts with our clients and their families. Our goal is to support families facing the unique challenges of a loved one with speech and swallowing difficulties. We want to start a support group for parents and guardians, and we'd love to hear from anyone who's interested in participating. You can select to receive more information using the checkbox option in our contact form.

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