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Virtual TeleHealth Services & Specialities 

Individual Therapy

Individuals may focus on their their mental health, relationship(s), gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, or sexual health. Individuals will work to identify areas within their life they want to improve or process within therapy.

Sexualities Education

Sexualities Education helps folx learn accurate and comprehensive information in order to make informed decisions for their body regarding sex, gender, and sexuality.

Couples or Partners Therapy

We may work on improving their listening, communication, desire, intimacy, or pleasure within their relationship(s). Couples or partners may work to overcome difficult times in their relationship, grow together, create new goals for the relationship(s), or express feelings in a safe environment.

Group Therapy

Providing therapy to various relationship structures including: Ethical Non-Monogamy, Open Relationships, or Polyamory. We may focus on increasing communication, processing emotional hurts, managing jealousy, discussing boundaries and agreements, or exploring the relationship structure in a safe space.

Sex Therapy

Sex Therapy is a specialty within Psychotherapy and Mental Health which focuses on the treatment of concerns related to Human Sexuality and Gender.

What is Sex Therapy? 

Sex Therapy is a specialty within Psychotherapy and Mental Health which focuses on the treatment of concerns related to Human Sexuality and Gender. Megan is an AASECT Certified Sex Therapist.

Megan will use Sex Therapy to help you discuss and find solutions to the issues or concerns you are experiencing. Clients will collaborate with Megan to create a specific treatment plan to meet your goals. Megan may refer you to other specialists to assist in your treatment.

Treatment often involves the use of books, video, photographs, diagrams, or models to assist a clients during their treatment. Often, during Sex Therapy, homework will be assigned for the individual or partner(s) to use at home. Homework can vary in the level of communication and touch, either with oneself or with their partner(s).

No physical contact will occur, on site or off site, between clients and Megan. There is no nudity involved in treatment. 

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          What is an LMHC? 

An LMHC is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor.

Megan has received extensive education, training, and clinical supervision to provide therapy.

Megan attended a Master’s program in Clinical Mental Health Counseling that was accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP).

In addition to her Master’s degree coursework, she completed a 100 hours of practicum, 600 hours of internship, and 300 hours of advanced internship in Mental Health Counseling while receiving clinical supervision. 

Megan then took, and passed, the National Counselor Examination (NCE) which is administered by the National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC) in order to graduate with her Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. 

Megan earned 3000 hours of supervised clinical practice and accrued 100 hours of clinical supervision. 

In order to become fully and indepdently licensed, Megan took the National Mental Health Counselor Examination (NMHCE) as administered by the National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC). 

 

Contact Bloom Behavioral Health

Email Bloom Behavioral Health below to discuss appointment availability. Please submit your name, email address, phone number, and Insurance provider with your message. 

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For Mental Health Emergencies call 911 or visit your nearest hospital. 

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Phone

Megan Neitling, LMHC, CST 317-779-5607