Clinical Services Training Specialist, Outpatient Mental Health Professional
Year Joined: 2018
University of Minnesota Duluth - BAS in Psychology
Syracuse University - MA in Marriage and Family Therapy
CAS in Trauma Informed Care
Areas of Experience
More About Meghan Osterbauer
My particular clinical interests include trauma, survivors of domestic violence, survivors of sexual violence, depression, anxiety, couple's therapy, family therapy, and LGBTQ+ issues.
My clinical approach is very collaborative. While I have expertise in mental health and therapeutic approaches, I believe all clients are unique and are the experts in their own lives. Because of this, I rely on their feedback to determine what type of interventions are helpful and unhelpful to them. I utilize experiential, emotion-focused, trauma-informed approaches to support clients through their struggles and triumphs. Much of my focus is often on the here-and-now experiencing of emotions related to events in my clients' lives. I also strive to provide a safe, nonjudgmental space to meet my clients where they are at.
My hobbies include biking, reading, ballroom dancing, video games, Dungeons and Dragons, rollerblading, and hiking.