MEGAN DORMIN, LPC (she/her)
Megan Dormin, LPC, is committed to helping clients of all ages and life stages cope with a variety of mental health challenges, from managing relationships, improving communication and self-regulation to generalized anxiety and depression.
Working from a psychodynamic perspective, supplemented with cognitive-behavioral techniques, Megan aims to help clients feel heard and validated in their struggles. “To me, respect and understanding are foundational to helping clients heal,” she says. She believes that meeting each client where they are is so important in the therapeutic process, considering factors such as race, gender, socioeconomic status, and more.
Megan earned a Master’s degree in counseling from Northwestern University, specializing in counseling for children and adolescents. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a dual degree in Social Work and Psychology.
Her experience in early education, schools and community organizations underscored the importance of supporting the mental health of children and adolescents, and strengthened her desire to work with children, adolescents and emerging adults.
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