Meg has over 32 years experience working as an educator and educational psychologist with children, adolescents, adults and their families in primary and secondary schools, inpatient hospital settings and in private practice. She has completed her Educational Psychologist degree (EdS) in School Psychology, Masters degree (MA) in Educational Psychology, and a Bachelor of Education degree (BS) in teaching.
Meg has specialist training in mindfulness practices and implementation, as well as the assessment and counselling of children and adolescents coping with depression, anxiety, trauma, self harm and suicidal ideation. She has extensive experience with psycho-educational assessment and working with individuals living with neurodevelopmental disorders such as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). She also enjoys working with parents to increase their parenting confidence and helping to improve their connection with their children.