Meg Paul comes to Summit after beginning her career as a Summit guide many years ago. She since completed a dual degree masters program, earning her masters in social work and her masters in adventure therapy from the University of New Hampshire. She is currently an independently licensed social worker.
After earning her graduate degrees, Meg worked as an adolescent and family therapist in a community mental health center and then as an equine therapist. During this time, she also managed the coordination and implementation of award winning wilderness therapy programing. Meg has utilized a variety of methods in her practice, including cognitive behavioral therapy, solution focused therapy, motivational interviewing, trauma informed therapy, and structural family therapy.
In her free time, you can find Meg spending time with her husband and daughter biking, surfing, skiing, or climbing.
Learn more about Meg here.