Megan Kelley LPC-Associate, supervised by Faith Ray #10412
Megan understands that true authenticity takes a tremendous amount of courage, a safe environment to grow, and time to practice. She believes that when we are given a safe space, free from judgment and filled with patience, to explore our true desires and honest emotions, we find freedom. In a world that is accustomed to quick fixes, filters, and a façade of “having it all together,” it is Megan’s greatest joy to provide a window of space where you can freely breathe and fall apart. It is her primary goal to cultivate an environment where you can find meaning in this messy life that so often feels senseless and out of our control. It is in the untangling, the self reflection and the quiet pauses, that we find the freedom to be our truest and most authentic self.
It was through Megan’s personal experience with grief that she found a longing for greater purpose in her life. After several years in the consulting and human resources field, she pursued a Masters in Clinical Mental Health to focus her knowledge and talents on the universal human experience. Megan graduated Summa Cum Laude from Southern Methodist University, garnering recognition from numerous prestigious academic honors societies along the way. Throughout her clinical experience, she has had the privilege to walk alongside anxiety, depression, suicidality, life transitions, anger, grief, and fear. Megan is constantly impressed by each client’s bravery, authenticity, and kindness to share these experiences in therapy. Her specific training is focused on trauma, severe and chronic illness, identity and self-esteem issues, addictions, sexuality, and loss.
Megan is a proud Chicago native, with a gentle Midwestern heart. She moved to the state of Texas to attend Baylor University, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Spanish, and graduated right before Chip and Joanna made Waco cool. She has lived and worked primarily in the DFW metroplex, and is now excited to begin her next chapter in San Antonio. When Megan is not meeting with clients or nerding out over psychotherapy conferences, she enjoys visiting her brothers back in Illinois, running outside, cooking Half Baked Harvest recipes, hiking Eisenhower Park with her husband, and trying to convince her family that Texas isn’t that hot.