Meggie received her undergraduate degree in Applied Physiology and Kinesiology from the University of Florida and her Master of Arts in Counseling from Reformed Theological Seminary Orlando. Although Meggie is a born and raised Florida girl she has been enjoying life with her East Tennessee husband of eight years, Kolby. Meggie and Kolby lived in Tennessee for their first five years of marriage before pursuing Seminary at RTS Orlando. During her time in Tennessee she was a counselor and well-being coach at a local non-profit for women called Get With It as well as a Women’s Lacrosse Coach at Catholic High School. It was also during this time that Meggie became a mother of two beautiful (and lively) children, Siler and Eleanor.
Although Meggie doesn’t claim to be an expert in any area she enjoys working with a broad range of clients and her work as a therapist includes counseling with adults, couples, adolescents and families. Some of her areas of focus include Sexual, Physical and Emotional Abuse, Depression, Anxiety, Trauma, PTSD, Codependency, Grief, Family Dynamics and Identity Issues. Her work with couples and families encompassed issues such as Infidelity, Conflict Resolution, and Miscommunication.
As one who has journeyed through my own counseling experiences I am aware of the courage it takes to begin this process. I hope to provide a safe place and relationship for you to begin your counseling journey at a pace that is natural for you. I take a relational approach to therapy with drawing from a variety of theories including Attachment Theory, Object Relations, Internal Family Systems and Rogerian. I fully believe that true freedom and healing can take place as light is shown on the unspoken and hidden parts of our stories, as that is where I have witnessed redemption time and time again both in my own life, and in the lives of many others. My hope for my clients is that they would begin to explore and believe that they are truly known and loved in the midst of their pain, brokenness and darkness.