Megan (she/her) has experience working directly with individuals, families and groups in the treatment of eating disorders, depression and anxiety. Megan received her bachelors of science in psychology and neuroscience from the College of Charleston and her Masters of Social Work from Virginia Commonwealth University. She is currently working as a Clinical Social Work Supervisee in Virginia. Megan’s professional background includes a blend of clinical work with survivors of trauma and eating disorders, research in nicotine cessation, and pharmacology. She blends her experience working in neuroscience and pharmacology with clinical practice to create a unique approach to helping her clients. Megan is passionate about working with adults and teens living with eating disorders, disordered eating, negative body image, trauma and mood disorders. She is working towards the designation of Certified Eating Disorder Specialist (CEDS).
Megan views the therapeutic process as a collaborative one and works with clients to identify their strengths and develop accessible coping skills that can be used in everyday life. Megan’s therapeutic style is heavily influenced by the empowerment perspective and feminist theory. She approaches her work from an intersectional, anti-racist, Health At Every Size and queer affirming lens. Megan’s ultimate goal is to empower her clients to overcome obstacles to recovery as they work toward achieving their goals.
An avid coffee lover, Megan loves to spend time drinking coffee while reading or doing embroidery. In her spare time she likes to take care of her plant babies, enjoy walks around the city, and spend time with her cat, Meko.
Megan White sees clients in our Richmond office and throughout Virginia by telehealth.