Regan Wilson, LPC Associate, supervised by Rachel Meltzer, LPC-S
Regan completed her Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling from Webster University at campuses in both St. Louis, Missouri and San Antonio, Texas. As an undergraduate at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts she studied Government and Economics. Her experience in each of these academic areas influence her interest in examining how external structures shape inner worlds. She sees how external structures such as governing and religious institutions to familial and cultural norms all can influence our sense of self, health, and well-being. Regan identifies as a Feminist and an LGBTQ+ Ally. Regan uses a person-centered approach to therapy to help clients explore these inner and outer worlds. As such, she believes that clients can experience change when an accepting and genuine therapeutic relationship is formed.
While in graduate school, Regan worked with Sage Social Services in Converse. Texas. At Sage she worked with children, adolescents, and adults in individual, couples, and family sessions. She worked with clients referred through the Department of Family Protective Services addressing concerns such as mood disorders, unemployment, domestic violence, substance abuse, and parenting skills.
To schedule an appointment directly with her, please email [email protected]