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Telehealth (Video Therapy) Clinicians

During the Covid-19 Pandemic, all of the therapists at Positive Change Counseling Center are able to provide telehealth sessions for their clients. The following therapists ONLY provide telehealth visits and will not resume in-person sessions in the future.

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Megan "Meggie" Zanger, LPCC

LPCC #5688 (Telehealth Video Sessions Only)

 

Meggie provides a compassionate, judgement free, safe space in which she collaborates with clients to work through life challenges. Meggie believes practicing self-compassion is integral to achieving wholistic wellness and incorporates interventions that she practices in her own life.

Since earning her Master of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at the University of San Diego, Meggie has worked in a variety of settings including universities, community non-profit agencies, residential treatment facilities, and private practice, providing individual, family, and couples therapy to children, teens, and adults. She has experience successfully treating anxiety, depression, complex trauma/PTSD, adjustment disorders, grief and loss, issues of identity/self-esteem, relationship problems, and child/teen behavioral issues.  Meggie’s compassion, multicultural competency, and self-awareness of her own social identities has assisted her in connecting with clients who represent a diverse background of ethnic, religious, socio-economic, and LGBTQ+ identities.  

Meggie’s clinical passions include empowering survivors of sexual assault and intimate partner violence, working with college students and military populations, aiding clients in their career discernment process as well as other life transitions, promoting sexual health, and incorporating spirituality and mindfulness into treatment.  

   “Courage starts with showing up and letting ourselves be seen.” – Brene Brown, Ph.D.

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Lauren Foss, MFT

MFT #117146 (Telehealth Video Sessions Only)

Lauren is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, with Honors, from California State University, San Bernardino in 2009 and a Master of Science in Clinical Counseling Psychology from California State University, San Bernardino in 2016. As an undergraduate, Lauren volunteered to support foster youth as well as individuals receiving hospice care, provided behavioral support to children with Autism and other neurodevelopmental delays as well as their families, and assisted with inpatient wellness groups. Since 2014, Lauren has practiced as a Marriage and Family Therapist treating a variety of issues including, but not limited to, depression, anxiety, developmental and relational trauma, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, anger management, and parenting skills, and she has provided services within multiple settings including schools, inpatient hospitals, and outpatient agencies. Lauren has worked with children and families, teens and transitional age youth, as well as adults and older adults.

 

Lauren uses an integrative approach to therapy which is rooted in attachment theory and a client-centered philosophy. Lauren values the working alliance between therapist and client as it can be a powerful vehicle for change. For this reason, she aims to foster a sense of security and self-empowerment within session. Depending on your needs, Lauren also includes interventions from evidence-based practices such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Emotion Focused Therapy.

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Megan Martz, LPCC

LPCC #2676 (Telehealth Video Sessions Only)

Megan is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor. Since 2010, Megan has provided individual, family and group therapy to youth and adults struggling with a wide array of mental health symptoms related to trauma, depression and anxiety, behavioral difficulties, safety concerns, and ADHD. Megan’s compassion for others and professional demeanor provides hope and support for her clients.

Megan has worked in clinic and “higher level of care” settings before coming to Positive Change Counseling Center with teens and young adults. Her work with clients emphasizes providing support to clients and their families in order to more effectively navigate life's challenges. She approaches each individual from a collaborative and strength based lens; tailoring treatment interventions to each person's unique needs. At Positive Change Counseling Center, she aims to create a safe and supportive space where we can begin the process toward living a happier and healthy life.

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