Meghan is a graduate of the Honors Bachelor Child and Youth Care Program. Meghan works from a trauma-informed, anti-oppressive lens. She has worked in various settings with a dominant focus on supporting children in the educational setting through the development of individual support plans, program development and modeling implementation. Meghan has over 7 years experience working with children, youth and families.

Meghan's strength-based, individual-centered approach to behaviour and social/emotional skills development helps children and youth identify emotions, connecting their needs to desired outcomes. Meghan utilizes choice-activities to reinforce healthy concepts in a non-threatening and engaging manner.

Meghan is very knowledgeable of how challenging it can be to navigate appropriate supports and can offer assistance in coordination with parents/caregivers and schools.

Meghan has developed a special interest in working with children/you who are experiencing behavioural difficulties in the school environment as well as those who have experienced grief and loss.



  • Develop and enhance emotional literacy
  • Develop and enhance coping strategies
  • Navigate grief and loss
  • Enhance emotional regulation
  • Promote positive parent-child relationships
  • Reduce anxiety
  • Improve self-esteem
  • Develop anger management
  • Enhance social skills
  • Reduce school stress