Meaghan Lewis

Meaghan Lewis (she/her)

Clinical Psychologist

Ph.D.

I am a licensed clinical psychologist in Oregon. I specialize in providing the most up to date interventions supported by research.

Client Status

accepting clients

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At a Glance

Me

Rate: $190-$220

Provides free initial consultation

Languages: English

Services

  • Individual

Insurances Accepted

  • Out of Pocket
  • Out of Network
  • Cigna

My Ideal Client

While I am trained as a generalist, I have particular expertise in the areas of trauma/PTSD, women's mental health, substance use, anxiety, depression, and OCD. I provide evidence-based, behavioral/cognitive therapies including acceptance and mindfulness-based interventions and trauma-focused treatments. I have specialized training in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and the gold-standard treatments for PTSD, anxiety disorders, substance use, depression, and general mental health difficulties.

My Approach to Helping

My approach to psychotherapy is evidence-based, compassionate, and tailored to your needs. I consider therapy a collaborative process and would love to work with you to create meaningful and lasting changes. I earned my Ph.D. in clinical psychology at Western Michigan University. I also completed my pre-doctoral internship at the VA Pacific Islands Health Care System in Honolulu, HI and subsequently relocated to the Pacific Northwest to complete a three year VA advanced fellowship in mental illness research and treatment at the VA Portland Health Care System. As an intervention-oriented psychologist, my goal is to help you see results quickly and make improvements that last. I work together with my clients to provide the treatments that research says work and to help you function better now. If you are struggling, I may be able to help.

My Personal Beliefs and Interests

I am committed to anti-racist practice, women's empowerment, and welcome clients from all backgrounds. I believe that Black Lives Matter and strive to be allied with the BIPOC community as well as the LGBTQIA+ communities. I also consider myself a body positive psychologist. During therapy, I welcome conversations related to diversity, equity, and inclusion including microaggressions that occur within and outside of the therapeutic context. I am particularly passionate about helping women and persons with marginalized identities to overcome systems of oppression that present in their daily lives and to live in a way that is fulfilling and in alignment with personal values.

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