Megan Myers, LPC, CCTP

Hello, I’m MEGAN

Licensed Therapist

I look for the humor in life and use laughter and honesty with my clients. My work with teens, tweens, the LGBTQ+ community, and adults is built on resiliency, self-empowerment, and nonjudgmental support.

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Hello, I’m Megan

Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified Clinical Trauma Professional

I look for the humor in life and use laughter and honesty with my clients. My work with teens, tweens, the LGBTQ+ community, and adults is built on resiliency, self-empowerment, and nonjudgmental support.

As a Colorado native and mother of two (one a teenager), I love adventures. My family and I enjoy sports, camping, and traveling. My younger kiddo and I love crafting together, while I typically have to bug my teenage son to spend time with us. When I finally get some down time from keeping up with a busy family, I might be 4-wheeling, reading, coloring, or binging Netflix. I used to play soccer when I was young, and have been enjoying some occasional kickboxing and weightlifting recently. I received my Bachelor’s degree in Integrative Therapeutic Practices from Metro State University and my Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling from Walden University.
If you feel like you lose control or aren’t even sure where you fit in, I want to help you regain your sense of self. Building a strong, safe connection to name your struggles is our first step to heal trauma, defeat hopelessness, and find whom you really want to be. Whether it’s communication at a stalemate or a battle with yourself over body image, my door is open to you. Confusion about sexual or romantic identities and the heartbreak of loss are also safe to bring to me. I can be the witness to your pain. It does not have to keep its hold on you.
I enjoy working with tweens and teens. As kids move into the teen years, having an outside source of support in therapy can help them understand their perspective better. With the work, I can help to give the tweens and teens a place to share what they are feeling and want for the future with their parents.
  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
  • Motivational Interviewing
  • Trauma Professional
My hope is that you walk out of sessions feeling empowered and in control, able to take your power back and believe in your own capabilities. I build off your strengths and use humor and collaboration, but I also challenge you and tell you how it is without sugar coating it. Staying in a cycle of victimhood, self-blame, self-loathing, and loneliness doesn’t make for the life you want or know you can have. I want to use change and empowerment to get you where you want to go.
Adults often overlook their own needs until they are in crisis. I hope to have clients that know they can come to me for non-judgmental support and maybe even a laugh or two. Working through previous trauma or dealing with something that is currently going on can be empowering. Helping someone that hasn’t felt that support in the past can provide such a positive impact on the person’s life.