Megan N. Vertin, MA, LMFT

Megan is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist at Psychiatric Recovery. She provides psychotherapy to individuals, families, couples and group therapy. Her clinical areas of interest include the following: trauma, abuse, attachment, depression, anxiety, grief and loss, parenting, developmental transitions, violence prevention and intervention, GLBT, blended and multi-cultural families and communication. She believes that family and community are vital to health and healing. Much of her work involves parents and their children, in and out of their homes. She has conducted numerous therapeutic school groups with children, adolescents and teens in inner-city public schools. She has worked with The Wilder Foundation since 2006 in the Strong & Peaceful Families Program, which utilizes a multi-systemic approach to prevention and intervention in an attempt to eliminate violence. She works extensively with African-American and bi-racial individuals, couples and children, and is sensitive to cultural differences regarding effective therapeutic relationships. She utilizes humanistic, relational and intergenerational philosophies in her practice.