Megan Fox-Kelly, MSW, LCSW, MDIV
Meg Fox-Kelly, LCSW, brings with her experience working with adults both in community based and university/college settings. Meg has worked with clients struggling with anxiety, depression, relationship concerns, trauma, and sexual and gender identity. Meg brings a sense of openness and flexibility when working with clients and uses a variety of strengths based treatment modalities including mindfulness, cognitive behavioral, and solution-based therapies.
Statement of care: “Within the therapeutic relationship, I value the strengths of the client and honor and respect their vulnerabilities. I approach my clients with a supportive presence and invite the individual to look at themselves, their strengths and areas of growth and work collaboratively to gain a deeper and more holistic understanding of oneself. Growth and healing takes time, energy and space and it is a great privilege to accompany my clients in this part of their journey towards self-understanding.” Education: College of the Holy Cross, BA, Boston College School of Theology and Ministry, MDIV, Boston University, MSW