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Megan Gray – MSW, MEd

Education & Credentials:

Bachelor’s Degree in Painting, Gender Studies, and Printmaking, Maryland Institute College of Art

Master’s Degree in Social Work and Education in Human Sexuality, Widener University

Clinical Internship: Clinical Social Work at StillWaters

General Internships: General Social Work at Friends Hospital

About Me:

Megan is educated in fine arts, sex education, gender studies, and Sex Therapy. She believes that everyone from every walk of life can find healing through therapy. She believes in individualized care, centering around the client’s strengths and hope for possibilities. She brings a love for imagination and individuality to each session, guiding clients through the possibility of creativity. Megan brings tools to help support clients through each unique mental health journey. 

Megan chose Diversus Health to serve a large part of the community. She hopes to grow and uplift those around her through encouragement and positivity. She aims to encourage self-discovery, build safer spaces, and explore with an open mind and heart. 

In her free time, Megan enjoys spending time with her family (including 2 big dogs and a sassy orange cat). A good movie night and quality sweet and salty snacks is a must! Her movie interests revolve around Studio Ghibli, Disney films, and occasional psychological thrillers. Megan loves going to the gym, fine art, and traveling. Fun fact: One of Megan’s favorite books is Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.

The services here are great, even with the pandemic, we have continued to receive treatment via video conferencing. It has been wonderful. - Autumn

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