Meghan has been a Behavioral Health Specialist at Fenway since 2015. She received a BA in Environmental Science at Saint Anselm College and a Master of Social Work in Clinical Social Work from Smith College School for Social Work. She is a Massachusetts CANS Certified Assessor.
Meghan developed her clinical skills working in emergency mental health services, on an inpatient psychiatric unit for children and adolescents, and at a residential treatment center for youth. Prior to joining Fenway, she was a clinician at Woods Mullen Homeless Shelter, where she provided crisis intervention and brief to long-term therapy for homeless adults. While in this role, she served on the Boston Public Health Commission’s Anti-Racism Advisory Committee which reviewed, assessed, and developed policies, practices, and structures utilizing a racial justice and health equity framework to build organizational capacity.
Meghan’s clinical interests include LGBTQ issues, gender and sexual identity, transgender care, chronic mental illness, trauma and recovery/PTSD, work with adolescents, and the impacts of race and racism on both physical and mental health. She favors flexible, client-centered, strengths-based approaches