As an Intake Clinician for Ethos Behavioral Health’s Lovett Center in Houston, Texas, Megan’s role is to support clients beginning their therapeutic journey. By first gaining an understanding of the specific needs of each client via an intake assessment, Megan creates a respectful, safe and empathetic environment to set the foundation for the therapeutic process to begin. She then works with the client(s) to determine a path of treatment that is the best fit for them.
During her undergraduate studies at Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas, Megan participated in an internship at the Hays-Caldwell Women’s Center, where she worked with survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Through this experience, she walked alongside her clients as they rebuilt their lives following their traumatic experiences. She also played a key role in providing her clients with the resources and support needed. It was in this position that her passion for mental health support flourished.
Following her time at the Hays-Caldwell Women’s Center, Megan worked at the Fort Bend Women’s Center, continuing her work with domestic violence and sexual assault survivors. She also gained experience supporting victims of human trafficking. She then transitioned to working with individuals who had experienced homelessness while also battling co-occurring mental illnesses at the Salvation Army. Prior to joining Ethos Behavioral Health Group, Megan worked as a therapist at The Alliance where she conducted individual and group sessions with refugees from various countries.
In her spare time, Megan enjoys traveling, exploring nature, cooking new recipes or visiting restaurants in the Houston area. She is also learning Spanish as a second language.
Megan looks forward to working with you and helping you begin your therapeutic journey.
Bachelor of Art, Texas State University, College of Liberal Arts
Master of Education, University of Houston, College of Education