Meredith Fitzsimons, Intern
Healthy relationships are born out of healthy individuals. Counseling invites us to unpack the stories we tell ourselves so we can take ownership of the direction of our lives and learn how to thrive within nourishing relationships. It provides the space needed to address and welcome the paradoxes of life—the pain and the hope, the dread and the joy—and find freedom in the midst of life’s complexities.
Meredith offers that space for genuine healing by approaching individuals, couples, and families with a reverent curiosity. Through a compassionate and collaborative therapeutic approach, Meredith helps clients make changes and expand their awareness. At every session, clients are invited to bring their full selves into a space of holistic acceptance in order to explore their unique stories and gain practical tools that can help them attain their desires and personal goals. Meredith believes in the power of creativity, authenticity, and humor in the pursuit of transformation.
Meredith received her Bachelor’s Degree from Trevecca University with a major in Communications and a minor in Social Justice. She is currently pursuing her Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling through Adams State University. Areas of interest include communication, depression, anxiety, self-esteem, conflict in relationships, and life cycle transitions. As a therapy intern, Meredith is able to take sliding scale clients.