Meghan Fry, MS, CMHC
Emphasis: LGBTQ+ affirmative therapist, substance use disorders and addiction, depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts and/or attempts, self-mutiliation, trauma, bi-polar disorder, psychoses, obsessions and compulsions.
Meghan Fry has worked in the social services field for nearly 20 years. She has been employed by Volunteers of America, Utah for the majority of her career. Meghan worked as the Program Director of the Center for Women & Children for several years. Later, she supervised the Assertive Community Outreach Treatment Team for two years. She is excited to be managing Family Counseling Center. Meghan worked as a therapist on the Adult Substance Abuse Team at Cornerstone Counseling Center and has held various other positions throughout the agency. She has a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Utah and a Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Phoenix. Meghan has a passion for working with under-served populations. Some of those populations include people living in poverty and those suffering from substance use disorders. She has a particular passion for working with the LGBTQ+ community.
When she is away from the office, Meghan enjoys hiking, writing, and cheering for the University of Utah football team. She loves to travel and finds herself most at peace near the ocean. Meghan values time with her partner, family, friends, and her dog.