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. 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
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Mary Tibbits Horan, MSW, CSW
Mary Tibbits Horan, MSW, CSW - Coaching for Kids
Mary has worked in the social work field since 1994, after graduating from The University of Denver in Denver, Colorado.
Mary has extensive experience working in the substance abuse field, as well as with children and families. Since 2001, Mary has worked in educational settings as a school social worker. Mary has been the school social worker in the Cazenovia Central School District since 2006.
Mary offers social skills building, experiences to raise self-esteem, strategies to manage anxiety, and tools for improving peer relations. She has appointments for individual and group skills coaching for children ages 5-18.
" Working with children and their families is where my heart is. Helping your child find their voice is important in healthy self esteem building, social skill building, familial and peer relationships. If anxiety management and social skill building are tools your child needs, I am here to coach them to a fuller, more connected life!"
Please contact Mary at 315-530-3874 to schedule a consultation.
Daniel McManus, MA
Daniel McManus, MA
Dan graduated in 2014 with a Master's Degree in Mental Health Counseling and the Advanced Certificate in Interdisciplinary Trauma Studies from SUNY Oswego . He immediately went on to Kent State University where he is a PhD candidate in Counselor & Human Development Services, pending completion of his dissertation. While he continues his doctoral preparation work, he is designated as a Limited Permit holder in Mental Health Counseling by New York State. This designation allows him to practice psychotherapy under supervision. Meg Tobin, LMHC is his supervising clinician.
HIs background includes working in private practice and college counseling centers. He is currently an adjunct professor at SUNY Oswego where he has taught Group Therapy, Career Counseling, Multicultural Counseling, and Research Methods.
"I believe all people have a unique story to tell. Your story is important and my belief is that we all deserve a place to be heard and understood. Therapy with me will allow you to explore the stories that guide your life and uncover possibilities for shifting your thinking, living in the present and filling your future with hope. I love working with people in life transitions from college age and up. I have experience with LGBTQ issues, chronic illness, medical trauma and PTSD. I offer both individual and group psychotherapy." ~Dan To connect with Dan, call 315-944-0850 or email here.