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Meghan Hardy obtained her Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Sociology Degree from Grand Valley State University before attaining her Master of Arts in Counseling Degree from Oakland University. She is a Limited Licensed Counselor in the State of Michigan and has received her National Certified Counselor (NCC) credential from the National Board of Certified Counselors. She has been a clinical therapist at Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan since 2015 with areas of expertise falling within a wide spectrum of mental health and substance abuse counseling, including: children and adolescent therapy, anxiety, depression, stress and anger management, grief and loss, crisis management, adjustment to life changes, personality disorders, and substance abuse and addiction behaviors.
Hardy’s counseling philosophy is based on a strong client-centered approach of incorporating skills from psychodynamic theories, cognitive-behavioral therapy, existentialism, solution-focused therapy, narrative and mindfulness techniques aimed at meeting the needs of the client. She views the counseling experience as a journey of self-exploration by empathically and compassionately facilitating a discussion of identifying, developing, and mobilizing the client’s own resources to successfully meet challenges and improve quality of life.
Hardy currently provides services at our Lake Orion location predominately on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays. She also provides services at our Waterford location predominately on Thursdays.