Megan Condit-Chadwick, LCSW

Megan Condit-Chadwick, LCSW (she/her)

biografia en espanol

Megan is a Licensed Clinical Social worker in Oregon and is bilingual in Spanish and English. She has a passion for helping individuals and families cope with challenging situations, heal from trauma, and navigate grief. Megan’s warm, empathic presence and acceptance create a safe space in which both children and adults can hear and follow their own internal wisdom.

Megan supports families who have experienced divorce, family separation, accidents, illnesses (including cancer), fires, and the death of a family member, the stresses of a global pandemic, as well as other challenges and life changes. She works collaboratively with individuals and families to create a treatment approach that integrates cultural, religious and spiritual values and experiences to ensure that therapy is relevant and meaningful.

Megan believes that raising children is one of the most important and challenging jobs there is. She knows that it can be very difficult to talk with children about experiences that are also painful for us as caregivers, and she is adept at helping caregivers:

Megan also supports individuals and couples on their fertility journeys, in the prenatal and postpartum periods, and through the process of adoption. In addition to working with families, Megan loves supporting members of the LGBTQ+ community as well as those exploring their gender identity. She is also actively engaged in her own anti-racist work and healing, and welcomes others who are on this path to bring these reflections, struggles and yearnings into therapy as well.

Megan received her Master’s in Social Work from San Jose State University in California. Her education specific to working with young children includes the Child Parent Psychotherapy training program through the University of California San Francisco’s Trauma Research Center. For several years prior to getting her MSW, Megan volunteered with an organization that provides grief groups and camps for children and their parents after the death of a parent. She draws from mindfulness practices, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and play therapy, and works to help clients engage the mind-body connection in their healing.

Megan enjoys spending time with her partner and their two kids out in nature, exploring the many parks, trails and campgrounds Central Oregon has to offer.