Megan Fettig is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She completed her undergraduate studies in Graphic Design at Carnegie Mellon University and earned her Master’s degree in Contemplative Psychotherapy from Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado. Upon graduation, Megan worked with high risk youth in both wilderness and residential treatment settings. She has a private practice and specializes in working with women, adolescents, and Americans living abroad.
Megan is an adventurer, outdoor enthusiast, educator, and therapist with over 15 years of experience guiding clients on transformative, healing, and self-actualizing journeys in a variety of environments from the Baobab dotted desert of Senegal to the rugged peaks of the Rockies to her therapy office. In her heart-centered approach, she draws upon several evidenced based modalities including EMDR, DBT, CBT, Positive Psychology, Somatic Experiencing, Mindfulness, Ecopsychology, and Humanistic methods. As an educator, she teaches practical tools to help her clients increase self-awareness, regulate their nervous system, communicate in a manner that promotes needs being actualized, and live a life with a greater sense of emotional aptitude.
Deeply influenced by her years living amongst vivacious and kind hearted people in West Africa, Megan believes in the inherent joy available to all humans. Also inspired by the wilderness, she guides growth oriented backpacking and canoe trips throughout Colorado and Montana and works with the Transpersonal Wilderness Therapy track at Naropa University. When she’s not serving as a therapist or educator, it’s likely that she’s out marveling at the beauty found in the wild valleys outside her home in southern Montana or practicing her budding Spanish skills adjacent to the vibrant jungles of southern Mexico.