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Dr. Megan Lyons


Dr Megan Lyons
Dr. Megan Lyons, PsyD, Post-Doctoral Clinician

Megan Lyons graduated from Antioch University New England with her PsyD in Clinical Psychology in 2017.  She completed her internship at the Oscar G Johnson VA Medical Center in Iron Mountain, MI. She has also trained in college counseling centers and community mental health centers alike. Over the past 8 years, she has been working in a variety of therapeutic settings with people of all ages and walks of life.

Dr. Lyons specializes in individual and group therapy, as well as psychological assessment. Her therapeutic interests include helping others who are struggling with: major life transitions, questions of personal identity, anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress, issues related to military service, chronic illness, care-taking of others with chronic illnesses, bereavement, the impacts of adoption, learning disabilities, dementia, and other challenges in neurocognitive functioning.

Dr. Lyons carefully considers how all of the aspects of an individual’s life impact one another and tailors all of her interventions to each person’s unique needs, preferences, and life circumstances. She is able to utilize Acceptance and Commitment Therapy; and client-centered, cognitive behavioral, psychodynamic, and/or systems interventions within her individual sessions. She has also been trained to perform cognitive, achievement, neuropsychological, personality, and capacity assessments.

Her goal is to help others learn how to best use their personal strengths to cope with the challenges and changes that are common in daily life so that they can lead meaningful and fulfilling lives.

Education
Doctorate of Psychology in Clinical Psychology
Masters of Science in Clinical Psychology

Clinical Approaches
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
Client-Centered Therapy
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Group Therapy
Psychodynamic Therapy
Systems Interventions
Psychological Testing with Child, Adolescent,
Adult, & Geriatric Populations

Competencies & Interests
Major Life Transitions
Questions of Personal Identity
Anxiety and/or Depression
Post-traumatic Stress
Veterans’ Issues
Chronic Illness
Stress due to Care-taking of Others
Bereavement
Impacts of Adoption
Challenges in Neurocognitive Functioning