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Meagan Green,

  • Family Systems

  • Women's Issues

  • Children and Adolescents

  • Substance Use Disorders

  • Adoption and Blended Families

About Meagan

Meagan graduated with her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Oklahoma State University (OSU) in 2013. While completing her undergraduate education, Meagan worked as an undergraduate research assistant for the Center for Research of Attention and Behavior, helping assess children diagnosed with ADHD.

After graduating from OSU, Meagan moved to Tennessee to attend the University of Tennessee to obtain her Master of Science in Child and Family Studies. While at UT, Meagan worked in the Center for Parenting on multiple research projects, including Tennessee Dad, a home-visiting program to engage fathers in community-based home-visiting programs.

In 2018, after graduating from UT, Meagan began working as Program Coordinator for the Helen Ross McNabb Center (HRMC) in the Early Intervention and Prevention programs (Therapeutic Preschool and Regional Intervention Program), where she focused on working with children ages 3-6 years old with trauma and behavioral issues. In 2019, Meagan transitioned within HRMC to the Comprehensive Child and Family Treatment (CCFT) program, where she worked with children and adolescents dealing with pervasive and persistent mental health issues, including suicidal ideation, behavioral and emotional outbursts, and delinquency.

Meagan returned to school in 2020 for her Master of Social Work degree from the University of Southern California with a concentration in Children, Youth, and Families. After completing her MSW, Meagan returned to HRMC to work in the school-based therapy program at Maryville Academy. Meagan currently works at Maryville Academy, providing individual and family therapy, and leads a self-created co-occurring group therapy program for students in addition to seeing clients at Full-Circle Counseling.

From a therapeutic standpoint, Meagan provides client-focused care and utilizes interventions based on individual needs. Meagan believes that the client-therapist relationship is key to the success of any therapy. Meagan primarily uses cognitive-behavioral and solution-focused brief therapy. She empowers clients to identify and use their innate gifts and talents (or superpowers) to change their lives!

Meagan is a mom of three children and several fur babies. She is a member of the open-water swimming community and loves to be on the Tennessee River in the summer with her family.

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