Meghan Earle, LMHC
CLINICAL INTAKE COORDINATOR, OUTPATIENT THERAPIST
As a Mental Health Counselor, I work collaboratively with individuals and couples to achieve their desired goals. I believe that one of the most important components of therapy is a trusting and respectful therapeutic relationship and I strive to provide a therapeutic space that is safe, supportive, and free from judgement. As a graduate of Boston College’s Mental Health Counseling program, I place specific emphasis on understanding the identity and context of each client and cater my therapeutic approaches to meet their identified goals. In order to meet the client’s needs, I draw from a variety of theoretical orientations including person-centered, cognitive behavioral, family systems, psycho-dynamic, and mindfulness. I treat a range of mental health needs including depression, anxiety, anger management, life transitions, relationships issues, trauma, and others. In addition to reducing client symptoms, my goal as a therapist is to help clients better know and understand themselves and feel capable of navigating through the many stressors that occur throughout the lifespan.