Megan Gallagher

Megan Gallagher

Clinical Psychology Pre-Doctoral Intern

It is an incredible honor and privilege to walk in the therapeutic journey of others.

Megan is dedicated to providing compassionate and effective therapy to all of her clients. She specializes in working with LGBTQ couples and relationships of all structures. With a deep commitment to creating safe and inclusive spaces, Megan empowers her clients to navigate unique challenges and celebrates their strengths both within themselves and in their relationships.

Drawing from a rich background in psychology, Megan understands the complexities and dynamics inherent in LGBTQ relationships. Her approach is characterized by warmth, empathy, and a genuine desire to foster growth and healing. In working with Megan, clients find a supportive environment where they can explore their identities, address communication barriers, and strengthen their connections. By utilizing techniques tailored to each relationship and individual’s needs, Megan helps clients cultivate understanding, trust, and resilience.

Megan aims to foster a therapeutic space where all individuals feel seen, heard, and valued. With Megan, clients can expect a therapeutic journey marked by authenticity, acceptance, and transformation. Through collaboration and compassion, Megan guides her clients toward forming deeper connections within themselves and in relationships to cultivate greater intimacy and a renewed sense of hope for the future.

I live by the philosophy that
all individuals deserve to live their most authentic lives.
I could spend every day
drinking a cup of coffee or tea by the water.
As a therapist, I
am deeply committed to creating a safe and nonjudgmental space where individuals and couples can explore their innermost thoughts, feelings, and experiences.


  • M.A., Clinical Psychology; Widener University (APA-Accredited)
  • B.C.B., Board Certified Biofeedback Practitioner (BCIA)
  • B.S. & B.A. in Neuroscience and Psychology, Emory University


Supervised by Anna Nicholaides, Psy.D.