Hi, I’m Megan Ebel. Some of my favorite things are spending a day outside in the woods or by the sea, wandering the streets of a European city, and sharing a meal with the ones I love
followed by a game night. I enjoy shows like Million Little Things, New Girl, and This is Us.
I love working with women who are feeling challenged by anxiety, autoimmune disorders or
chronic illness, low self-esteem, trauma, life transitions, relationships, and career changes.
Seeing couples in premarital counseling to help them prepare for a life-giving marriage is
another passion of mine.
Prior to attending graduate school to become a counselor, I was a substitute teacher and
volunteer sexual assault victim’s advocate on a crisis hotline. While I experienced fulfillment in
both of these roles, I wanted a more consistent time connecting with people one on one, while
really getting to know and support them. My teaching experiences taught me a lot about
individuating to each person’s needs, as well as the joy I experience when people have lightbulb moments incorporating new concepts into their world. As a victim’s advocate, I learned how to cultivate a safe environment for survivors and their loved ones in their most difficult seasons, while identifying supportive resources to meet their needs.
I earned my MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Regent University, while being
fortunate with the opportunity to do extensive studies in trauma. My internships were at Alliant
Therapy Group in Edmonds and Seattle.
If you think we might be a good fit, please reach out to inquire about scheduling!