“I am grateful that I have the opportunity to work with women on their journey toward their meaningful lives and witness the strength and bravery they find within themselves.”
Meghan oversees the Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) program. This involves supervising the DBT Specialists, providing education and training for TK staff and facilitating DBT groups for residents.
She joined Timberline Knolls in February, 2009, as a behavior health specialist. In this capacity, she provided in-the-moment skills coaching and application of DBT skills for adolescent residents.
Meghan obtained her Master’s degree in Community Counseling at St. Xavier University. She completed a one year internship with extensive training in ACT and DBT where she provided individual DBT therapy to adults and adolescents struggling with eating disorders self-harm and substance abuse. She became a part of the DBT department in March 2010, and helped facilitate the structure of the current program.