Megan Donohue, LSW
Megan Donohue is a licensed social worker with expertise in utilizing evidence based treatments for a variety of emotional and behavioral difficulties. Ms. Donohue earned her masters degree from Columbia University School of Social Work where she received advanced training in the Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Training Program. Through the DBT Training Program, Megan completed the comprehensive ten-day Dialectical Behavior Therapy Intensive Training™ provided by Behavioral Tech, LLC.
Megan competed a clinical internship at Creedmoor Psychiatric Center on the inpatient ward dedicated to DBT as its model of care. While working at Creedmoor Psychiatric Center, Megan provided provided comprehensive DBT including individual therapy and DBT Skills Group to clients experiencing severe and persistent mental illness. Her previous experience includes counseling clients at New York University Langone Hospital, and a two-year position as a research technician associate on the Heinz C. Prechter Bipolar Research Program at the University of Michigan Department of Psychiatry. She contributed to the Prechter Program’s goals to discover the fundamental biological changes that cause bipolar disorder and develop new interventions to treat and prevent the illness. As the lead research associate, Megan assisted in the development of an app to predict mood episodes through the Longitudinal Voice Patterns in Bipolar Disorder project.
Megan provides individualized, evidence-based treatment to children, adolescents and adults experiencing emotion dysregulation, life-threatening behavior, anxiety disorders, and PTSD. She is enthusiastic to work collaboratively with clients and build an authentic therapeutic relationship. Megan is committed to provide effective treatment to improve the quality of life of clients and clients’ support systems.