Megan Thomas, MS, MFT

Megan has her undergraduate degree from UW-Madison in Human Development and Family Studies and her master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Edgewood College. Throughout her years in school, she was able to work with children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, volunteer at local high schools, co-facilitate women’s recovery groups and became certified in Prepare/Enrich Therapy.

Megan has experience working with adolescents, adults and couples seeking services for a variety of mental health issues. She works from a strength-based, systematic perspective which allows people to grow, build confidence and advocate for their own change. Megan utilizes Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Solution Focused Therapy and Emotion Focused Therapy while incorporating mindfulness into sessions. Megan helps clients find normalcy in feeling sad, frustrated, lost and/or overwhelmed with stress. She acknowledges that everyone experiences emotions, change and loss in their life in a manner that is uniquely their own. Thus, therapy will look different for everyone.

“My passion for this field of work stems from my upbringing in a rural community. I strive to eliminate mental health stigmas and provide more talk-therapy resources to communities like my own. Resources should not be limited when our ability to grow is limitless.”

Currently, Megan provides outpatient psychotherapy at both the Oregon and Dodgeville clinics.

Contact Megan at Megan@oregonmentalhealthservices.com