Megan Myers

Hello, I’m MEGAN

Licensed Therapist

I believe that ability to change is within all of us. My goal is to give you a safe, comfortable place to find that ability within yourself. With my background and history, I understand that change and growth can come through awareness and motivation.  I want to help others see that too. I am a life-long nurturer and my passion for helping others lead me to counseling. I received a Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling from Walden University and a Bachelors in Integrative Therapeutic Practices from Metro State University.

I love Colorado and have lived here all of my life.  I am a mother of two, one of which is a teenager, so I can relate to families looking for support! My husband and I love to spend time with our family travelling and also finding adventures closer to home. We watch sports, camp, and try to keep up with the organization and scheduling of our busy family.

As a therapist, I am ready to be a witness to the trauma and stressors that you are wanting to address. I use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to help those I work with name their own thoughts and perceptions.  This can help us find ways to shift thoughts to influence changes in behaviors. I also utilize mindfulness to help clients focus on the present and to provide clarity on the emotions and thoughts they are feeling in that specific moment. That can help us find triggers and new ways to address all of the emotions that come up.

Hello, I’m Megan

Licensed Therapist

If someone was to ask me what my passion is, I would simply answer, helping those in need.  Ever since I was a young child, I would pretend that I was a therapist and would work with abused or disabled children.  I have no idea where this came from, but my dolls always had broken arms or legs, were in wheelchairs or needed crutches, or were often sad and in need of advice.

I love Colorado and have lived here all of my life.  I am a mother of two, one of which is a teenager, so I can relate to families looking for support! My husband and I love to spend time with our family travelling and also finding adventures closer to home. We watch sports, camp, and try to keep up with the organization and scheduling of our busy family.

As a therapist, I am ready to be a witness to the trauma and stressors that you are wanting to address. I use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to help those I work with name their own thoughts and perceptions.  This can help us find ways to shift thoughts to influence changes in behaviors. I also utilize mindfulness to help clients focus on the present and to provide clarity on the emotions and thoughts they are feeling in that specific moment. That can help us find triggers and new ways to address all of the emotions that come up.
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. /strong>
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.
Grief and loss is an area of interest for me. Understanding what grief is and how it looks for you is instrumental to incorporate the loss into the next phase of life. I currently cofacilitate an adult grief group that focuses on grief education and helps individuals understand the grief process and a grief group for the caregivers of tweens and teens that have experienced a loss. I want to provide support to those dealing with loss that aren’t sure how to deal with all of the unwanted struggles the loss has brought to their life.
Helping those that are experiencing LGBTQ+ concerns is also something that I am passionate about in therapy. Affirmative counseling, helping kids and adults to share details of their life choices with others family members when they haven’t felt supported, and giving members of the LGBTQ+ community a strong, confident voice are areas of interest for me. I provide transgender and gender expansive counseling as well.
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.
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.