Megan Fredrickson – MA, LPCC
Mental Health Professional
Megan (she/her) has a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Argosy University and a master’s degree from St. Mary’s University in Counseling and Psychological Services. She started working with children in emotional/behavioral academic settings in 2009 and has worked in clinical mental health settings since 2015.
During her tenure working in the mental health field, Megan has experience providing individual, family, and group therapy in adolescent and early-childhood day treatment and outpatient settings. Currently, she sees patients ages 12-65 via telehealth and with a variety of presenting concerns, including but not limited to: Anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, PTSD/trauma, grief/loss, gender dysphoria (LGBTQIA2+), mood disorders, personality disorders, OCD, eating concerns, ADHD, and changes due to life stages/changes/challenges.
In her work with clients, Megan utilizes a psychodynamic approach including techniques adopted from CBT, DBT, attachment/relational, humanistic/person-centered and trauma-informed perspectives. Megan enjoys using humor as a means to build relationships and to create a more casual and comfortable therapeutic experience. She builds strong relationships with her patients enabling them to feel heard, respected and supported throughout their therapeutic journey.
- MA - Saint Mary’s University
- BA - Argosy University
- Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor