Megan Kloth

Sees: Children over 8, Adolescents, Adults, and Couples

Treatment Specialties: Megan enjoys working with a wide range of clients from all walks of life, in various stages of their lives. She particularly enjoys helping others understand and work through various traumas, life stressors and the mood disorders that may accompany them such as depression, anxiety and grief.

Training and Experience: Megan graduated cum laude from Concordia University Wisconsin with a degree in psychology in 2018. She is currently at UW-Madison finishing her master’s degree in Clinical Social Work with an emphasis in mental health. She has been working in private practices since her senior year of college and enjoys the personable environment it offers.

Techniques: Megan works from an eclectic standpoint, meaning she utilizes many different theories and orientations in order to create a personalized, therapeutic approach that serves the client from a holistic level. Megan primarily employs Psychoanalytic and Logotherapy to help motivate, inspire, and lead clients toward their therapeutic goals.