Megan McElroy, MA

Therapist (She/Her)

Megan is a therapist with a graduate degree in clinical mental health counseling and expressive arts therapy from Lesley University. Her approach to therapy is trauma-informed and LGBTQ+ affirming, with the purpose of creating a supportive space where clients can explore their thoughts, feelings, and experiences without judgment. Integrating the elements of dialectical behavior therapy, narrative therapy, feminist theory, strength-based therapy, and expressive arts therapy, Megan creates individualized treatment for each client. She is passionate about providing competent and compassionate care, expanding access to mental health resources, and working to fill in the gaps where people fall through the system. She works to help with a constellation of different mental health struggles, specializing in LGBTQ+ clients, mood disorders, ADHD, neurodiverse-affirming care, chronic illness, queer survivors of abusive relationships, and complex trauma/PTSD. Her experience includes working with adolescents and adults in school settings, inpatient hospitals, and community mental health levels of care. Megan loves to explore the healing power of art to help clients grow acceptance, self-compassion, and self-advocacy while also working to create authentic connections with themselves and others.