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Megan Blackwell, LPCMH

Megan Blackwell is a native Delawarean born and raised by the sea. After earning a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Delaware she pursued her Masters of Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Wilmington University. Immediately following her masters degree, Megan became a Nationally Certified Counselor through NBCC and pursued her licensure as a Professional Counselor, as well as the specialty license of Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor.

Megan is a Licensed Professional Counselor of Mental Health who provides client-centered therapy to children, teens, adults, couples, and families. Megan has experience treating a range of issues including trauma, addiction, anxiety, relational issues, mood experiences, and more.

During Megan’s career as a counselor, she has dedicated herself to ongoing learning and has specialty training in a wide-range of therapeutic interventions including Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, and Mindfulness. Megan believes in utilizing strenghts-based approaches to increase the resilience of those with whom she works.

Megan most recently worked in Family Court to prevent contact with the Justice System for individuals who experience mental health difficulties by working with them to achieve and maintain stability in all facets of life. She has also worked as an Outpatient Therapist and a Dual Diagnosis Drug and Alcohol Counselor at an inpatient residential facility. Megan is passionate about providing the most effective and compassionate counseling possible for the individuals that she services and considers it a great joy and an honor to listen to people’s stories and be a part of their journey.

Alexus Sheppard, MS

Alexus is a graduate of Thomas Jefferson ( Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University) where she received her Master’s Degree in Trauma and Community Counseling. She has experience providing services in an outpatient setting as well as in a school-based setting working with children and adolescents. Her primary clinical focus is addressing a variety of mental health problems including childhood trauma, anger, anxiety, oppositional defiant disorder, and low self-esteem. Alexus believes that exploring childhood trauma is a priority because if untreated can lead to long term medical health and social consequences. She utilizes concepts from Trauma- Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy( TF-CBT) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to support individuals one on one or group setting.

Jennifer Meehan, LCSW

Jennifer received a Bachelor of Science in Family and Community Services from the University of Delaware, and a Master of Social Work degree from Delaware State University. As a graduate student, she was honored with the Professor Ernestine C. Brown Legacy of Leadership Award from the Alpha Delta Mu Honor Society of Social Work, and she was also the recipient of the NASW-Delaware Chapter’s MSW Scholarship Award.

Jennifer has over ten years of experience in the mental health field, the majority of which she was employed as a counselor for at-risk children and adolescents. She has also provided services for adults diagnosed with biological and psychological health conditions in both long and short-term inpatient care.

Jennifer uses play therapy, art therapy, bibliotherapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy often in practice with children and adolescents. She applies a person-centered approach to emphasize and build on her clients’ inherent strengths.

Shannon Tarolli, LPCMH

Shannon is a Nationally Certified Counselor and Licensed Professional Counselor of Mental Health in Delaware. She received her MA in Clinical and Counseling Psychology from William Paterson University of New Jersey. She has 7+ years of experience working in an outpatient setting. Her primary clinical focus is working with children, adolescents, and adults who experience anxiety (such as, generalized anxiety, separation anxiety, panic disorder, and specific phobias), obsessive-compulsive, and depression. Her treatment modality consists of cognitive behavior therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, narrative therapy, and psychodynamic therapy.

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