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Meghan Roche, Ph.D.

Meghan has 7 years of clinical experience in settings with adults, youth, and adolescents. She has worked with clients in an in-patient child and adolescent psychiatric hospital, an out-patient pediatric behavioral clinic, and college counseling centers. Meghan approaches work with clients collaboratively and from an integrative framework, primarily drawing from cognitive-behavioral, person-centered, and interpersonal perspectives. Her areas of interest include but are not limited to: emerging adulthood, identity development, multiculturalism, issues related to self-worth and empowerment, interpersonal relationships, anxiety, and depression. She also has experience and interest in career counseling, administration of career assessments, and interpretation of career assessments. Meghan also enjoys teaching and community and campus engagement and advocacy.​

Doctoral Degree:
Loyola University Chicago
Counseling Psychology

Doctoral Internship:
University of Houston Counseling and Psychological Services