Megan Witt, LPC-MHSP

Megan Witt, LCP

Megan has a passion for working with teenagers and young adults who are discovering who they are. Self-esteem, resiliency, hope, accountability, and perseverance are common goals of Megan’s clients. Megan views the counseling process as flying a plane. Both pilot and co-pilot are needed to get the plane where it needs to go in the safest and most efficient way possible.”

Megan Adkins Witt is a Licensed Professional Counselor with HopeNation. Megan graduated from Milligan College (now Milligan University) with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology in 2014. She attended Milligan again from 2015 to 2017 for her Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Megan started her counseling career in early 2018 with community mental health. Megan has worked with all age ranges from toddlers to senior adults. She has attended many trauma training courses and has certification as a Trauma Informed Counselor as of 2023. Megan is currently in the process of becoming credentialed in Parent Child Interaction Therapy for children ages 2 to 7. 


  • Board certified Telehealth professional trainings. BCTP-1.

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Mental Wellness with Megan: Insights, Tips, and Support

Meet Megan, a compassionate and experienced therapist, who is here to guide you on your journey to emotional well-being. Through blogs, Megan shares her personal stories, valuable insights, and practical advice to help you maintain and improve your mental health.

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How Do I Know if My Child Has an Eating Disorder? 

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Mindful Parenting: Fostering Resilience in Children 

Mindful parenting is a holistic approach that emphasizes cultivating awareness, presence, and compassion in the parent-child relationship. The concept revolves around being fully present in the moment, without judgment, and fostering a deep connection with your child....
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Embracing Change

New Year, New Mindset for Children's Mental Health  It is almost holiday break for our children this year! A time for rest and recuperation from the daily grind of homework, tests, and other school activities. Some children embrace the break and are ready to...
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Core Beliefs and Mental Health 

The impact of negative thoughts on mental health is huge.  The ultimate thing that holds people back from trying new skills or beginning new experiences is the belief that one can’t accomplish it. “I’m probably going to fail” is a big example. Another, “Nothing ever...
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What is Teletherapy and Will My Insurance Accept it?

Teletherapy is an amazing way to receive mental health services for those that are not able to go into an office for therapy. Rising to popularity during the pandemic, virtual therapy has proven over time to be just as effective as in-person work. You may have a very...
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Dealing with Toxic Family During the Holidays

November through January is full of time with family. There is a lot of laughter, love and memories made during the holiday season. Tis the Season for joy! For many, however, the holidays bring a sense of dread. When big groups...
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6 Ways to Manage Holiday Stress as a Student

Holidays are often viewed as a time of joy, relaxation, and celebration. However, for many students, especially those juggling academic responsibilities, the holiday season can be a source of significant stress. The pressure to balance studies, family gatherings, and...
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Why Does My Child Feel Sad for No Reason?

While it is natural to experience occasional sadness, there are times when we find ourselves feeling down for no apparent reason. This unexplained sadness can be perplexing and frustrating, leaving us searching for answers. It is especially concerning for our children...
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Empower your child against bullying

Assertiveness and Self-Defense Against Bullying Empower your child against bullying by teaching them assertiveness skills to stand up against bullying. Role-play various scenarios, helping them practice effective responses that are firm, clear, and...
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Preventing Suicidal Thoughts in Children

Recognizing and Preventing Suicidal Thoughts in Children: A Parent's Guide As a parent, it is crucial to be vigilant and attentive to our children's mental health. Suicidal thoughts and tendencies can affect children of any age, gender, and socioeconomic background,...

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