Megan hails from Cincinnati, Ohio. She learned at a young age the meaning of hard work and still continues to work hard today. She graduated from Muskingum College, in New Concord, Ohio, and continued on to graduate school at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. During that time, she worked with at-risk youth in the area doing in-home based therapy for a year. She also worked at Cleveland Clinic Adolescent Inpatient psychiatric ward for another year. Working with these youth and their families propelled Megan into the continued years of working in mental health and addiction.
Shortly after graduation, Megan moved to San Diego, California, to start her career. She spent six years working at Phoenix House with at-risk youth. During that time, Megan quickly climbed the management latter. She took a job in Orange County as the Program Director for an adult treatment program and has been working with adults in treatment ever since.
Megan brings over 10+ years working in the field of addiction, both with adults and adolescents. She has worked with all levels of care ranging from detox to outpatient. She has vast experience managing staff, managing company budgets and overall program development. She brings knowledge of policies and protocols as it relates to program development, clinical expertise, and an understanding of the addiction process. She loves working with clients and being to help them in their journey to discovering who they are and what they want in life.
“The clients are the reason I do what I do. They are all unique in who they are and all have the ability to show this and grow.”