Megan Myers, MS, LPC, NCC, CCTP
– Therapist –
I’m a Colorado Native, and have loved living here for my entire life. My husband and I have 2 kids (a 19-year-old and an 8-year-old), along with 2 dogs and 2 cats.
We love to camp and travel together, and one of my favorite things to do is to go 4-wheeling as a family. We spend as much time on 4×4 trails as possible, everywhere we go. I also love going to the zoo to see the elephants – it’s my happy place!
“I believe that we are not defined by the bad things that happen in our life, if we are able to forgive ourselves and accept what we have been through we only come out stronger.”
I earned a Bachelor of Science in Integrative Therapeutic Practices from Metro State University, as well as a Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Walden University.
I continued my education by becoming a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional, as well.
As a therapist, I have a passion for helping clients of all ages experiencing anxiety, struggles with body image, or with processing grief and loss. I also specialize in working with tweens, teens, and young adults in the LGBTQ+ community, and have extensive experience supporting folks as they explore their identity.
I do what I do to help others create the best version of themselves by using the tools and resources at their disposal to prepare them for a brighter future. In addition, accepting and processing the past or present is vital. So, together we will use relaxation techniques as well as games and creative exploration to build a sense of mindfulness and acceptance.
My hope is that you walk out of sessions feeling empowered and in control; believing in your own capabilities to get yourself where you’d like to be.
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 therapeutic work and proper support, I can help to give tweens and teens a place to share what they are feeling and want for the future with their parents.
“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. I hope to have clients that know they can come to me for non-judgmental support and maybe even a laugh or two.”