Joined The PRISM Center treatment team in 2015
Meg obtained her undergraduate degree in psychology from Tulane University and has a Master's of Social Work from the University of Houston.
She has extensive experience in mental health Intensive Outpatient Programming and partial hospitalization programming, first at a psychiatric hospital and now as the therapist conducting PRISM's Evening mental health IOP,.
Meg co-developed and served as the Director of the Trauma and Grief Program, a peerless state-of-the-art clinical service at Baylor College of Medicine, for 13 years, addressing complicated grief, trauma and resiliency in the wake of the violent death in the aftermath of homicide and suicide. In February 2004, she was one of the only 12 committee members invited to create the State of Texas Inaugural Edition of "Coming Together to Care: A Toolkit for Suicide Prevention for Texas Communities", which was published by Mental Health America of Texas in 2005.
Meg loves to integrate DBT, CBT, trauma and grief work, humor, experiential techniques, film clips, art therapy, etc. into her work with individuals, groups, and with couples and families.
In addition to bringing a wealth of knowledge and experience to her clinical work, Meg is known for her tremendous compassion, commitment, creativity, humor, and support that she consistently brings to each and every client and family member that she serves.