Meagan Manago, Master’s Level Clinical Intern

Practicing Since: 2023

Meagan strives to create a safe space for clients to come and be unapologetically vulnerable while in her therapeutic care. She believes the therapeutic process is fundamental in addressing one’s mental health concerns, as conditions left untreated can linger for life. She will collaborate with her clients to help them reduce anxiety, build self-esteem, strengthen their coping mechanisms, renew relationships, and improve social/community functioning.

Working towards her M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Meagan is strengthening her counseling knowledge and is eager to learn all she can in treating a wide array of demographics and clinical specialties.

In her spare time, Meagan is an active member of her church; being on their Leadership Advisory Committee and being the co-founder of two unconventional ministries. Fun facts about Meagan include that she is an only child, is a caregiver for her grandmother (affectionately called Nana), and is a graduate of Hampton University.

Meagan Manago is under the clinical supervision of Edward Ruiz, LCPC (#LC11991).