Megan Bowling (she/her) earned her Bachelor degree in Psychology from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. She completed her Master of the Arts degree in Counseling Psychology, with honors, from Argosy University. During her Master's program, Megan was a Psychology Intern at an inpatient treatment facility that focuses with adults on the Schizophrenia spectrum.
Megan has worked with adolescents in a non public school setting; assisting youth with their educational and therapeutic needs. Similarly, Megan has worked with a local School District as an Educationally Related Intensive Counseling Services (ERICS) therapist. Assisting youth with their social and emotional needs in the Individualized Education Plan (IEP) system.
Megan has also worked in a private practice setting, where she worked with adults with dual diagnosis and severe mental health issues. Megan continues to assist adolescents, adults, and couples in both the private setting as well as the school setting.
Specialties include dual diagnosis (when many things bother us that we have difficulty with), anxiety, depression, trauma, life changes, self-esteem, social and emotional evaluations for Individual Education Plans (IEP), ADHD, autism spectrum, school challenges, and family conflicts. Megan has worked with most ages, ethnicities, and cultural backgrounds.
In her personal life, Megan enjoys time with her husband, loved ones, and dog. She likes to watch movies, hike, run, and watch baseball.
Dual Diagnosis ▪️ Trauma ▪️ Depression ▪️ Anxiety ▪️ Mood Disorders ▪️ Personality Disorders ▪️ Schizophrenia Spectrum ▪️ Autism Spectrum ▪️ ADHD/ADD ▪️ Family Conflicts ▪️ Emotional Disturbance ▪️ Life Changes ▪️ Self-Esteem ▪️ Intellectual Disability ▪️ Social and Emotional Evaluations ▪️ Cognitive Behavior Therapy ▪️ Dialectical Behavior Therapy ▪️ Solution Focused Therapy ▪️ Psychoanalysis