Megan graduated from Arizona State University, earning a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, and minor’s in Sociology and Family and Human Development. She attended graduate school at the University of Alberta (Canada), earning a Master of Science in Occupational Therapy in 2016. Megan provides services to children from birth through adolescence. She is passionate about working with motor delays, sensory needs, feeding difficulties, and delays in social-emotional development. Dedicated to expanding her knowledge through continuing education courses, she strives to provide up-to-date and evidence based interventions. She is a firm believer of family-centered practice, encouraging parent/caregiver input when developing outcomes and supporting the family to carry over strategies in the home environment.
Megan enjoys spending her free time with family, experimenting with new cooking recipes, and exploring the outdoors.