Megan Schlude is a licensed psychological associate with experience providing individual, family, and couples counseling in many different settings. She has worked in an inpatient psychiatric hospital, college counseling center, inpatient substance abuse treatment center, a crisis center, community mental health, and private practice. Her areas of clinical focus include treatment of anxiety and mood disorders, eating disorders, rape/sexual trauma, postpartum depression, as well as substance use disorders. Her specialized interest in prenatal and post-partum mental health has led her to develop the Motherhood Matters program offered at Chrysalis. She uses a psychodynamic approach, while also utilizing other treatment modalities, such as interpersonal therapy, emotion-focused therapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy. Megan earned a BA in Psychology from University of South Florida with a minor in Sociology and an MA in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology. She is in the process of pursuing her Certified Eating Disorders Specialist credential from the International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals.