Megan Erdmann

Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counseling Associate

Megan began counseling at The Barnabas Center in the summer of 2022.  She has a Bachelor of Arts from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, where she studied Psychology, Religious Studies, and Mandarin Chinese. She received her Master of Arts in Counseling from Reformed Theological Seminary Orlando.

Megan sees individuals (ages 18+) struggling with the following issues:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Life transitions
  • Emotional awareness
  • Self-image
  • Disordered eating and body image
  • Grief
  • Relational issues
  • Abuse
  • Family systems issues

She enjoys meeting people in this step of seeking help, and creating a safe space to explore their current struggles, process emotions, and to engage their story with curiosity. She believes healing can begin when hurts are named and processed, and when hope is fostered. This process can begin in the counseling room through a collaborative therapeutic relationship. She works from an attachment focused, person-centered, psychodynamic theoretical framework. Along with this, she integrates emotionally focused therapy, solution focused therapy, somatic awareness, and mindfulness.

Megan lives in Charlotte with her husband, Jon. She loves to spend quality time with friends, go on walks/hikes, and travel to new cities. She enjoys drinking quality coffee, watching shows, and doing yoga.