Edina Clinic

Edina, Telehealth
Meaghan James
BS, LPCC Intern
Meaghan James, BS (she/her) is a graduate-level intern who works with teens ages 13+, adults, and families. Megan has a particular interest in supporting adolescents and young adults on issues of identity, self-worth, life transitions, and body image. She also works with perinatal mental health concerns including perinatal mood disorders, infertility, and miscarriage, and has completed the basic certificate course in perinatal mental health through Postpartum Support International.

Meaghan previously worked at a community social service agency facilitating group activities and providing support for children and families. She has also worked as an early childhood educator and has experience supporting families and individuals with ADHD.

Meaghan’s therapy approach incorporates person-centered therapy, systems theory, and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). Meaghan focuses on her clients’ strengths to create a therapeutic relationship that offers support and validation through the peaks and valleys of life.

Meaghan is currently completing her master’s degree in Counseling and Psychological Services at St. Mary’s University of Minnesota, with an anticipated graduation date of May 2024. She graduated from the University of Minnesota with a BS in Family Social Science. Meaghan works under the supervision of Jessy Conners, LMFT and Michelle Peterson, LMFT.