Become engaged in your life again

Nearly everyone experiences periods of depression, anxiety, frustration, or feeling stuck, and deciding to seek help is the first, most audacious step in a person’s mental health journey. Licensed in Texas, Kansas, Missouri, Indiana, and Florida, I specialize in the mental health and well-being of individuals and their families in the reproductive years. We will collaborate to discuss ways to increase insight and awareness for you to become more engaged in your own life in a safe, non-judgmental, solution-focused environment with a sense of humor.

Something unique about my practice is my use of Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, which allows us to focus on your changes to help you make progress toward your goals from day one. Together, we will explore how you are coping with the changes in your life and find tools you can use to better manage life transitions.

Additionally, we will work to build communication with your school/work, friends, and loved ones to create the structure and build the coping skills you need to thrive. I specialize in working with people who are experiencing intense reactions to changes, life transitions, feeling overwhelmed, and the disruption all around us.

-Meg Duke, LCSW Supervisor, LSCSW Supervisor, LCDC

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Can I get an amen up in here?? Since I finished Whitney Cummings’ “I’m fine… and other lies,” I make it a goal to say, “I don’t know” or seek more info in every conversation, where appropriate. Obviously, don’t dumb yourself down, but yes – let’s all care more about learning than our ego!

TW: mention of infant and pregnancy loss
This day is always hard for a lot of us every year. As are a lot of days that don’t get their own hashtag.
Losing a pregnancy (or 3) is so difficult and deeply personal, but I share every year and as often as I can to decrease the stigma. You are not alone, and you do not have to suffer in silence.