Before founding Pathfinder Neurocounseling, Megan worked as a play therapist and consultant with children and adults on the autism spectrum. Her work took her around the U.S., Canada and England to educate families on the benefits of play therapy. During her travels, she noticed a handful of families and children who showed drastic changes — families who were using neurofeedback. Thus, Megan’s passion for neuroscience and neurofeedback was born and she began using neurofeedback therapy in her work with adolescents struggling with symptoms of trauma. She saw firsthand the dramatic improvements that can occur when combining other therapies with the regulation of the brain through neurocounseling. She’s been helping others through neurofeedback ever since.
Megan is a licensed clinical mental health counselor and is board certified and an approved BCIA mentor in neurofeedback. She also serves as vice president on the board of The Southeast Biofeedback and Neuroscience Association (SBCNA). Megan holds a Master’s of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Western Carolina University. In 2018, Megan became a published author of a refereed journal article, Working With Developmental Trauma: Results of neurofeedback training with adolescent females and counseling implications.