Meg Peltier

Masters Level Intern


Grand Ave Location

Meg Peltier is a master’s level clinical intern who believes relationships have the ability to create transformative change in our lives, including the relationship we have to our authentic selves. Meg strives to create an affirming and non-judgmental space that allows your strengths to shine and supports positive growth along your healing journey. She approaches therapy with a gentle, compassionate stance that also supports healthy accountability to ourselves and others. She enjoys working with couples, individuals, families, and adolescents (15+) who are navigating a variety of challenges related to anxiety, depression, grief and loss, life transitions, relational issues, and gender and sexual identity. Client populations of particular interest in her work include: couples, young adults, LGBTQIA+ folks, neurodivergent folks, creative types, and nerds. Meg warmly welcomes clients from all cultural backgrounds and walks of life. Her approach is anti-racist, body-positive, sex-positive, queer and gender-affirming, and she is open to exploring issues related to culture, identity, privilege and power in your work together.

Meg utilizes a relational, systemic perspective that supports a holistic view of her clients within the context of their lived experiences and relationships. Her work is informed by a combination of Attachment Theory, Psychodynamic Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Internal Family Systems (IFS) Therapy, and trauma-informed care. She often incorporates themes of mindfulness and somatic awareness into her work to support your healing from a mind-body approach.

Meg received her Bachelor of Science degree in Family Social Science from the University of Minnesota and is trained in Motivational Interviewing, Gottman Method Couples Therapy, and Psychological First Aid. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time outdoors, practicing yoga, listening to all kinds of music, and spending time with her husband and cat.

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