Meg Tobin, LMHC
Meg Tobin, MA, LMHC
Meg offers retreats, workshops, online classes and individual or group psychotherapy to encourage conscious connection on all levels – physical, emotional and spiritual. As a trauma-informed therapist, her philosophy is heart-centered and spirit-filled and she provides a safe place for exploration of all feelings and experiences, whatever they may be. Meg begins where you are, with the truth that within each person lies a pure center. It is your whole, unchanging, perfect, divine, connected core just waiting to be remembered and honored. Meg supports your journey of self rediscovery and honors your inner wisdom.
Meg uses art, movement and drama to bring us to our deepest selves. she has worked in a variety of clinical and school settings with adults, adolescents and children around issues of trauma, body image, grief and family violence. She helped to write a dating violence prevention curriculum for juvenile justice involved youth and a bullying prevention program for middle school students. Meg has presented to human service agencies and at conferences and been a trainer for group facilitators in the areas of eating disorders and grief. Meg has long been involved with theater for change where she co-directed a Syracuse performance of the national play Birth, by Karen Brody and wrote and directed the Reflections Project (educational theater about eating disorders) with a cast who performed throughout Boston, MA, Burlington, VT, New Haven, CT and Central New York.
Meg is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) in the State of New York, having earned her master’s degree in Counseling Psychology with a focus in Expressive Therapy from Lesley University in Cambridge, MA. In addition to her state license, she holds the following certifications:
Certified EFT Practitioner (Emotional Freedom Technique or tapping): International Metaphysical University
Certified Level 1 in the Trauma Resiliency Model: Trauma Resiliency Institute
Certified Clinical Trauma Professional: International Association of Trauma Professionals
Completed Sand Tray Play Therapy Training Parts One and Two
For more about therapy with Meg, click here!
Sunny Raymond, MA
MA School Counseling
Mental Health Counseling Intern
Sunny Raymond has held a Master's Degree in School Counseling from the Counseling Education program at Syracuse University since 2003. She is currently completing her licensing requirements in Mental Health Counseling as an Intern at The Counseling Collective at Breathing Space. Sunny will be offering groups and individual therapy under the supervision of Meg Tobin, LMHC.
Since earning her 1st Master's Degree 16 years ago, Sunny has worked in the K-12 public school setting primarily working with children between the ages of 11-18 and their families. In her role as a school counselor she has provided mental health support in areas of grief, anxiety/depression, social skills/friendship building, family/adult relationships, emotional regulation, body image/disordered eating, and racial/multicultural issues. Sunny has a wide range of experience working with a variety of young people around issues of Autism Spectrum, Down Syndrome, LBGTQ, ADHD/ADD, OCD, ODD, Selective Mutism, refugees, and culturally diverse. Because she studied in Mexico and Spain, and worked in Syracuse City Schools, Sunny is proficient in Spanish!
“My goal in working with young people is to help them fill their tool box with resources that will empower them to face life’s challenges with hope and integrity. Through the use of different modalities such as art, movement, talk, and literature my goal is to meet kids where they are and help guide them to where they want to be.”
We are offering a sliding fee scale for Sunny's sessions as insurance will not reimburse for her.
Contact Meg Tobin at 315.288.3900 or email meg@therapycny to see if Sunny would be a good fit for your child!