In order to create a meaningful partnership, Megan Bowling focuses on meeting her clients where they are currently at on their journey to self-actualization. Megan’s clients are not only met with an open heart and mind, but a dedicated and "no sugar added" coach who understands the twists life can send at any moment.
From de-escalating childhood riffs on the playground, to empowering adults to rise beyond existing barriers, Megan is an experienced helper. While embarking on a psychology undergraduate degree, with a focus on gender and diversity studies, Megan knew she needed to be helping others, but felt overwhelmed by the many different choices. After several summers of working with children experiencing homelessness for a small non-profit in her hometown of Cincinnati, OH, Megan realized she wanted to be an accessible resource to those most in need of being heard. This realization eventually led to her involvement in developing programs focused on bystander intervention, healing from trauma and violence, and redefining addiction. Megan continued on to get a masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Xavier University and has since practiced in a diverse set of environments as an independently licensed therapist. During this time, Megan found a special connection to the recovery field, which drove her to also get certified as a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor III. Through her work, Megan has experienced the struggle many of her own clients battle when limited by conventional healing methods. Because of this, she is determined to bring an updated approach to healing by shedding taboos around therapy and other holistic methods of psychology and emotional development.
Outside of the helping field, Megan’s other passions include floatation therapy, nature walks with her two pups, discussing the newest show to binge-watch on Netflix and working on her own self-discovery and growth.
- Stress, Anxiety
- Self esteem
- Coping with life changes
LGBT , Family conflicts , Trauma and abuse , Grief , Intimacy-related issues , Parenting issues , Career difficulties , Bipolar disorder , Compassion fatigue , ADHD Read more...
LPCC #E.1901154 (Expires: 2021-04-01)
LPCC #248086 (Expires: 2020-12-01)