Megan McLaughlin is a Behavioral Health Therapist who works women in relapse.
She provides individual, group, and family therapy and psychoeducational lectures for patients and family members. By working one on one with patients and their families, she is able to strengthen their relationships and build a foundation for healthier interaction and understanding for their lives in recovery.
In 2015, Megan worked at Caron as a Counselor Assistant before she went to graduate school and returned in 2021 for this Behavioral Health Therapist position. While in graduate school, Megan was a senior treatment supervisor at a treatment center for delinquent young men, an experience that strengthened her empathy and ability to handle high-stress situations calmly.
Megan has a Master of Arts in clinical mental health counseling from Immaculata and a Bachelor of Arts in applied psychology from Penn State Berks Campus.
The emphasis that Caron places on treating families as well as patients enables me to help my clients create healthier, more open relationships, clearing the way for their lives in recovery.”