Megan A. Krumwiede


Meet Megan A. Krumwiede

Credentials and Education:

Megan holds an Associate degree in psychology with emphasis on early childhood development, BSA-Psychology from Loyola University Chicago with emphasis on neuroscience and human behavior, Psychometry as an intern with Children’s Research Triangle, NMT (Neuro sequential model of Therapy) certified, former Registered Behavior therapist with ABA, Current MSW student at Loyola University of Chicago, SBIRT (Screening,Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment) certified. Direct family systems therapeutic work. Previous Preschool Lead Teacher. Early Childhood Development Theories. Lifespan Development Theories.Neuroscience of language. Neuroscience of learning and memory. Former Teen, young adult, adult, and older adult Support group leader with ANAD for disorder eating. Parent to child and child to parent interaction therapies. Arts-based experiential therapies.


Megan aspires to help clients to slow down and refocus on a path of healing from the trauma of the past and worry about the future. Her goal is to help clients utilize their strengths and find strengths in the differences around them. Community is at the forefront of the healing process. Megan’s therapy is a dynamic variation between person-centered, strengths-based, and systems theory. Megan provides a safe, nonjudgmental environment where clients can feel themselves.

Issues Addressed:

Megan is currently working with a wide range of life situations and experiences some of which include….

Addictions, ADHD/ADD, ASD-Autism Spectrum Disorder, Adjusting to change, Acceptance, Academic concerns, Adoption/foster care issues, Attachment issues, Anxiety, Behavior issues, Depression,
Disordered Eating/ Body image, Setting Boundaries, Domestic violence, Dissociation, Family system issues, Socialization skills, PTSD, career counseling, Chronic pain, Communication skills, OCD, ODD,
Hyper-arousal, Stress maintenance, Self-care practice and well-being (health) maintenance, self-compassion, self-appreciation, Seasonal Affective Disorder, Trauma, Regulation skills, Greif and loss,
Relationships, identity issues, isolation/ tendency to withdraw, LGBTQ+ issues/ gender identity and sexual orientation, Panic attack, Sleep issues, Parent to child interaction, Child to parent interaction,
Financial barriers, detachment from community, Sensory processing, Developmental delays, Developmental Exceptionalities, and Physical or mental ability.

Target Population:

Megan works with a wide range of clients including, parents, children, families, adults, adolescents/ young adults, and older adults.

​Types of Therapy Used:

Megan uses an extensive array of therapeutic modalities including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Parent child interaction therapy, Behavioral Therapy, Family Systems Therapy, Strengths-Based Therapy, and Narrative Therapy. Megan also utilizes various arts, somatic healing, and mindfulness in her therapy.


Monday | Off

Tuesday | Off

Wednesday | 9:00am - 8:00pm | Virtual or in-person

Thursday | 9:00am - 8:00pm | Virtual or in-person

Friday | 9:00am - 6:00pm | Virtual

Saturday | 9:00am - 5:00pm | Virtual or in-person

Sunday | Off