Meghan Sullivan is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the states of Utah, Idaho, and Massachusetts.
Meghan obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Bridgewater State University in 2013 and her Master’s Degree from Boston University (Wheelock College of Social Work) in 2015.
Meghan’s initial experiences as a clinical social worker began as working with survivors of domestic and sexual violence as a therapist, court advocate, and shelter advocate. Meghan also has extensive experience in community mental health working with children, adults, and families.
Meghan specializes in working with adolescents and young adults together navigating various transitions to adulthood and establishing independence while processing the emotions that arise during that critical time period. Mehgan also specializes in supporting trauma survivors, and those experiencing challenges with identity development (sexuality, gender, and faith-based identities specifically).
Meghan became a certified yoga teacher in December of 2015, and was trained in Trauma-Informed Yoga through Firefly International in Boston in 2017. Meghan utilizes mindfulness-based interventions to shape her clinical practice. Meghan also utilizes components of CBT, DBT, ACT, and IFS in her clinical orientation to inform a generalist based practice.
Meghan’s practice is shaped around empowering the client and offering a space to bravely explore the challenges that life may bring. Outside of work Meghan enjoys practicing yoga, running, hiking, skiing, and exploring anyway she can the beauty that Utah has to offer.