Megan Levan received her Master of Arts degree in Counseling Psychology with a focus in Addiction and Trauma in 2015 from Rosemont College. While invested in her studies, Megan worked her first therapeutic role as a Therapist and Treatment Court Clinical Coordinator at an Outpatient program focused on serving mandated offenders with in the correctional and forensic community. Historically, Megan has worked with in the field for almost 15 years in dual diagnosis treatment programs. She has been employed in a variety of therapeutic and counseling roles, ranging in various levels of care, and serving both mental health and drug and alcohol communities. Megan’s biggest passion is serving as a sounding board for those in need of unconditional support, validation, and acceptance. Her philosophy is that every person is of unique value and capable of great change. She believes strongly in the process of change, helping others navigate that path, and encouraging others to find hope. Megan is specialized in addiction in three areas: addiction, trauma and relational conflict. Megan has enjoyed working with a diverse cliental and populations including the LGBTQ community, individuals questioning their own identity, gender or sexuality, clients struggling with disorder eating behaviors, trauma survivors, and women and children, couples and families. Megan equally has experience helping individuals with marriage and relational issues, domestic abuse, grief & loss, gambling, mood disorders, criminal behaviors and mental illness. It is through extensive training in DBT, CBT, Person Centered approaches, and Motivational Interviewing that she feels these populations are best serviced. When Megan is not working as a therapist she is working as a mom of two boys. Megan also practices self-care and balance by playing and coaching softball, snowboarding, indoor rock climbing, and volunteering at her church.