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“Feelings of worth can flourish only in an atmosphere where individual differences are appreciated, mistakes are tolerated, communication is open, and rules are flexible.” – Virginia Satir
Megan currently serves individuals in middle school and older, families, and couples who are having difficulties with family dynamics, anxiety, depression, self-worth, and life transitions.
Megan works from a systemic and humanistic perspective with all clients to ensure that we are acknowledging each area of their lives with compassion and intention. She believes it is imperative to work with her clients to see their life and experiences as wholly as she can to aid them in reaching their full potential and feeling confident in their abilities.
Megan received a Bachelor of Science in Human Development & Family Sciences at the University of Georgia in 2015 and a Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of Southern Mississippi in 2018. While in graduate school, she worked at the Clinic for Family Therapy with a diverse population of individuals, couples, and families on a large variety of mental health issues. Megan conducted groups at a special purpose education school with children and adolescents who have exceptional needs, such as anxiety, depression, sensory disorders, and conduct disorders. Groups helped these students develop and refine social skills in a supportive environment.
In her free time, Megan enjoys experimenting with different cuisines and recipes in the kitchen and can always be found with a good book and cup of coffee in hand.
Megan Barfield is under the directed experience and clinical supervision of David M. Smith, LPC, CPCS.