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    Megan Doyle, LPCMH (She, Her)

    Megan L Doyle is a (NCC) nationally board certified (LPCMH) licensed practicing counselor of mental health and founder of Life fully Lived. Megan specializes in providing therapy for individual adults, children, and adolescents. She is currently licensed to see clients located in the states of Delaware and Florida.

    With over 13 years experience as a mental health counselor specializing in trauma, neurodivergence, life transitions, and growth, Megan is trained to practice an eclectic approach to therapy specific to each individual client and their needs. She particularly enjoys working with other psychotherapists to support their full potential both professionally and personally as well as family members of psychotherapists and medical professionals. She is an interactive, and relational therapist and her therapeutic approach includes a unique balance of support, challenge and genuine, practical feedback to help her clients effectively address personal life challenges and growth. She integrates complementary methodologies and techniques including: Brainspotting, Gestalt, Experiential, Relational, Client centered, TF- CBT,ACT, Mindfulness and Expressive arts therapies to offer a highly personalized therapeutic experience to each client. With warmth, authenticity, compassion and understanding, she works with individuals to help them to identify and build on their strengths to attain the personal growth, change or acceptance they are committed to accomplishing. Megan founded and runs Life Fully Lived and has limited availability for new clients. Clients that will enjoy working with Megan must be comfortable with regular extended breaks of up to one month’s time. 

    Delaware State Licensed Counselor of Mental Health

    Florida Telehealth Licensed Counselor of Mental Health

    Phase 3 and Expansion Trained Brainspotting Practitioner

    Nationally Board Certified Counselor

    Trained in Interpersonal abuse issues