top of page
Music Therapy in Action.jpg


Megan has a double bachelor's degree in music and music therapy. She studied at St. Mary's University in Winona and the University of Minnesota. She graduated at the top of her class and has been practicing music therapy successfully for over ten years. She has additional training in hospice and palliative care music therapy through The Center for Music Therapy in End-of-Life Care. She also recently became licensed through DHS to provide independent living skills therapies through the CADI and BI waivers. Additionally, she is a member of the Midwest Association of Christian Counselors and was recently published in their 2nd Edition: Grief and Loss Magazine for 2022. She was also featured in the 2017 September Guidepost magazine for her work with persons experiencing dementia. 


Megan lives in Woodbury, Mn with her husband and their four children. She enjoys reading, gardening, playing the piano and all things music. She sings with her church choir and often leads worship as a cantor for services. Her passions are her family, faith and being authentic and loving in all her interactions. She prides herself on making the biggest ripple in the smallest pond, creating joyful experiences where she lives, loves and works. 


“Megan [is] a wonderful leader. She gives us space and senses when we are struggling. We have been blessed to have her kind spirit and gentle direction here.” – Bereavement Group Attendee

“I am grateful to Megan for her sharing her insights and skills with us. She is not only professional, but also patient, compassionate, gifted and very organized. – Bereavement Group Attendee

“I truly appreciated [her] kind and thoughtful way of reaching us through [the] music, and interest in each person. [She] certainly is blessed with the gift of empathy.” – Bereavement Group Attendee

Music Therapy in Action 2.jpg
Guidepost article.jpg
bottom of page