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Meg Tobin, LMHC
Currently not accepting new clients
Area of Focus
PTSD and Dissociation ~ Whether from sexual abuse or other life traumas, I offer focused trauma-informed treatment that goes beyond talk therapy. I utilize EFT Tapping, Brainspotting, EMDR, Psychodrama, and other body-centered modalities to finally clear trauma from your body.
Grief and Loss ~ While I certainly work with loss through death, my belief is that we all have grief to feel and release through our everyday experiences of little losses that add up. If you have experienced loss of relationships, jobs, independence, or cumulative loss of self, I am here to help you make sense of it.
I offer retreats, workshops, online classes, and individual or group psychotherapy to encourage conscious connection on all levels of your being – physical, emotional, and spiritual. As a trauma-informed therapist, my philosophy is heart-centered and spirit-filled, providing a safe place for exploration of all feelings and experiences, whatever they may be.
I begin where you are, with the truth that within each person lies a pure center. It is your whole, unchanging, perfect, divine, connected core just waiting to be remembered and honored. I support your journey of self-rediscovery and honor your inner wisdom. In other words, I trust that you know what you need to heal and my job is to shine a light in the dark places and create conditions for you to do that healing.
I utilize art, movement, and drama to bypass the judgy brain and bring you closer to your deepest self. I create space to explore emotion in a safe and healing way. It is critical to me to keep you emotionally safe at all times in a session and to teach you tools to maintain that safety between sessions.
I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) in the States of Connecticut, Florida, New York and Vermont. I earned my master’s degree in Counseling Psychology with a focus in Expressive Therapy from Lesley University in Cambridge, MA. I have presented to human service agencies, at conferences and been a trainer for group facilitators in the areas of eating disorders, grief, and trauma. I have long been involved with theater for change, co-directing a Syracuse performance of the national play Birth by Karen Brody, and co-wrote and directed the Reflections Project (educational theater about eating disorders) with a cast who performed throughout Boston, MA, Burlington, VT, New Haven, CT, and Central New York.