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Meghan Tegtmeier



My name is Meghan Tegtmeier. My pronouns are (she/her). I am excited that you have decided to reach out for help and are ready to work on a new version of you. I believe that every person’s experiences are unique and it is an honor when I get to share in my client’s journey. I focus on problem solving with my clients to be able to work on creating solutions.  I meet clients where they are, and provide a non-judgmental, healing environment. In our sessions we discuss and create goals that act as a guide toward that transformation.   

I use a combination of different techniques, to include Mindfulness, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Solutions Focused Therapy.  I have experience with people who have been struggling with symptoms of anxiety and depression. I also have experience working with those who have experienced traumatic events such as domestic violence and sexual assault. I currently am only seeing adult clients via telehealth. I look forward to hearing you narrate the chronicles of your life!

My Story

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Work. I have a passion for learning and unending curiosity.  I earned my Bachelor’s Degree in Anthropology and Women’s /Gender Studies. This provided me with a solid foundation for learning/respecting other cultures and experiences outside of my own, as well as, the broader implications on the systems in which we live.  I received my Master's in Social Work from Middle Tennessee State University in 2014.  Since then, I have worked in Hospice, where I was able to guide clients and families through their journey in processing and coping with end-of-life. I also worked in the hospital setting, where I have assisted clients in coping with challenging situations from new life-changing diagnoses to assisting clients with problem-solving and finding solutions. I grew up in North Dakota and am happy to be out of the cold.  As a military spouse, I have lived in many parts of the country with unique experiences. I work with clients to discover and create opportunities for growth, and to have a safe place to process the feelings that surround that change.

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