My approach to a therapeutic relationship is rooted in supporting you to create meaningful change in the areas you seek to grow. I strive to create a space of safety and centeredness so that you may identify and pursue your therapeutic goals with intention. Over the course of my counseling career, I have worked primarily with couples and individuals using integrative modalities of family systems, attachment theory, the Gottman method, cognitive behavioral therapy, trauma-informed care, and person-centeredness. My educational background is in psychology and clinical mental health counseling from the University of New Mexico. I have clinical experience with anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, and relationship issues, as well as career experience in psychiatry research related to Electroconvulsive Therapy treatment for major depression. I chose therapy as a profession because I wanted to support my community in the best way I knew, and I found this to be it. Together I am hopeful we can collaborate toward your desired goal, be it healing, connection, growth, or self-discovery.

Areas of Expertise: Agoraphobia, Anger Management, Bipolar, Career Stress, Codependency, Coping Skills, Depression, Family conflict, Grief/Loss, Infidelity, Life transitions, Mid-life issues, Moms and caregivers, Mood disorders, Multi-cultural issues, Parent-Child Relationships, PTSD, Relationships, Self-Esteem/empowerment, Sex Therapy, Stress Management, Trauma, Women’s Issues

Treatment Methods: CBT, Mindfulness, Trauma-Informed, Holistic / Integrative Therapy, Solution-focused therapy, Gottman Method, attachment theory, family systems, person-centered

Clients treated: Adults, Couples, Families


Master of Arts – Counseling December 2018  – University of New Mexico Albuquerque, NM
Bachelor of Arts – Psychology May 2013 –  University of New Mexico Albuquerque, NM

Megan Lloyd, LPCC