Throughout her life, Megan Crawford has sought out therapy as she navigated challenging life circumstances. These included relationship struggles, divorce, single parenting, life transitions, a loved one struggling with addiction, and the loss of a close friend. She found therapy to be a safe space to explore feelings, fears, strengths, and to address thoughts that were blocking her growth. Though therapy she gained the courage to make positive decisions that supported her emotional well-being. Now, she wants to provide that same source of strength for you.
We are all connected
Megan believes that, as humans, we are all connected. With each person who is mentally and emotionally healthy, we are all positively impacted. Unfortunately, there is still a stigma with mental health (although it is getting better). This makes seeking therapy a brave decision. Megan hopes she can play a small part in normalizing the importance of prioritizing mental health. Eventually, seeking mental health support becomes the obvious decision instead of a brave one.
How therapy works
Through therapy, Megan will shepherd you through a process of self-discovery to solidify your sense of self, health, and direction. She will also connect you to valuable insights, perspectives, and tools to support your mental and emotional wellbeing. Megan strives to create a supportive, non-judgmental safe space for my clients to share freely, learn effectively, and grow deeply.
The moment the “lightbulb” turn on for people when they realize that they have the tools, inner strength, and resiliency within them to handle whatever life throws their way is nothing short of amazing! Your success through therapy is the direct result of your hard work and willingness to try out new behavior that positively impacts their mental health. Megan is just there to light the path.
Dedicated to supporting Eastern Iowans
An Iowa native, Megan loves to give back to her local community. She is a member of the Marion East Rotary Club. Megan also loves spending quality time with her two sons (ideally outside) and dog.
To start working towards your “lightbulb” moment of positive change, please reach out to schedule an appointment with Megan.