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Megan Steim, tLMHC

Mental Health Therapist

Practicing Since: 2022

Client Population: Age 5 to geriatric

Pronouns: She/Hers/Her

​Training & Education:

- Master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (Grand View University)

-Bachelor's degree in Psychology (University of Northern Iowa)

- Certified in Collaborative Problem Solving

Primary Areas of Focus:

- Anxiety, Depression, Personality Disorders

- LGBTQIA+, Sexuality Concerns

- Grief and Loss

- Anger management

- Family and parenting concerns

- ADHD, children & adolescent concerns

- Trauma Disorders

What makes you different from other therapists?

"I provide a safe and non-judgmental environment where clients can freely express themselves and feel comfortable being who they truly are. I also view laughter as a powerful tool in therapy. I believe that humor can provide relief, ease tension, and build connections. While therapy can be emotionally intense, incorporating humor in appropriate moments can create a more relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere, allowing clients to approach their challenges with a lighter heart."

Approach to therapy:

"I am a dedicated and compassionate therapist who specializes in collaborative, strengths-based, and client-centered approaches to therapy. I believe that every individual possesses unique strengths and abilities that can be utilized to achieve personal growth and healing. Through open and respectful collaboration, I work hand-in-hand with my clients to identify these strengths and build upon them. I firmly believe that therapy should be a collaborative journey, with clients taking an active role in defining their goals. Together, we create a personalized roadmap for achieving their objectives, all while providing the unwavering support they need to succeed."

Megan Steim, tLMHC
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