Meg Tobin, MA, LMHC
Meg’s work employs the use of 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. Meg has helped to write a dating violence prevention curriculum for juvenile justice involved youth and a bullying prevention program for middle school students. She 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 and co-directed a Syracuse performance of the national play Birth, by Karen Brody. Meg also continues as director of the Reflections Project (educational theater about eating disorders) with a cast who will be performing throughout CNY. She has directed casts while living in Boston, MA, Burlington, VT and New Haven, CT.
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, Meg 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