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Health at Every Size® Healthcare Provider Listing

Meghan Montgomery, MAT, LPC/LPCC



Guided Revolution Counseling & Art Therapy, LLC
United States

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Additional information about where I can practice: I am able to offer in-person services via Walk & Talk Therapy in the South West Denver area in Colorado
Specialties & Areas of Focus:
- Eating Disorders
- Identity
- Trauma
- Body Image
- Self Esteem
Modalities & Theoretical Lenses:
- Person Centered
- Acceptance & Commitment Therapy
- Art Therapy
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (adapted)
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
- Relational Therapy
- Feminist Theory
Age Groups Served:
- Teens (13-18 years old)
- Adults (18 years old and up)
Additional Populations Served & Allied Groups:
- Transgender & Non-Binary
- People Pleasers/Perfectionists
- Fat Positive
- Sex Positive
- Ethical Non-Monogamy
Languages Services Offered In:
- English

My Philosophy of Care

My goal is to provide a safe space- inclusive of all genders, identities, and body types- where you can explore your unique story, define and recreate your authentic self. I offer support and guidance in exploring patterns of behavior, emotions, and methods of relating to self and others, assisting you in identifying barriers to your ideal functioning. I meet you where you are, and I adapt all modalities and therapeutic interventions to meet the needs you have in this moment. I collaborate with other providers, family members, and support clients from a holistic, indivisible perspective. I work from a Health at Every Size perspective because I believe all bodies are worthy of love, and deserving of access to connection, kindness, and health as defined by the individual. I understand marginalization, shame, genetics, and trauma all have influence over how our body and mind function and process information, and we deserve to be liberated from our history. Our bodies are only a fraction of who we are, and if we can learn to love our whole self, we can move mountains, change policies, and heal our communities, one person at a time.

About Me & My Practice

I have always known I wanted to be a therapist and focus on social justice. As I began to work with eating disorders and body image in 2019, I found my ideal space for advocacy. As a neurodivergent, queer-identified, fat therapist, I learned my own act of self-acceptance encouraged others to celebrate self-discovery and commit to active change. My goal in therapy is to expand the concept of control, perfection, and ideas of "normal" to something more inclusive of our unique experiences. I ask clients “What is normal for you?” and lead them to curious exploration, self-love, and impactful change which provides sense of power that perfectionistic efforts never gave. I have learned how to use my own experience to help clients reflect, reframe, and even laugh about the absurdities in life— like the idea of “normal." I value therapy as a conduit of change- and we cannot change if we are not challenged to go deeper. My goal is to help you let go of the idea there is a “right” way to exist so you can learn to just authentically BE.

Accessibility Considerations

Telehealth offers a great opportunity to meet clients within the bounds of their access needs. Requirements for Telehealth include: Having a computer or data/wifi-connecting device, video access on that device, and audio access, as well as being able to have session in a secured, private location in which session will not be disturbed by other persons. Clients with visual impairments can still access therapy via Telehealth. I am unable to offer interpretation services for individuals with auditory impairment at this time.

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