A Family Psychology Practice providing Expert, Developmentally – Appropriate Care, that is Individualized, Mindful and Effective.

Meet The Specialists

Meghan Ruich, LCSW

Originally from Northwest Indiana, Meghan earned a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Master’s degree in Social Work (MSW) from Indiana University Northwest.

Over the years, Meghan has worked with a diverse clientele of all ages in child welfare, adoptions, foster, school, parenting psycho-education, and clinical settings. Focusing on strengths, resilience and an Integrative Mental Health approach, Meghan has experience in helping children, teens, and families rewrite any distorted narratives that may have developed into a pattern of telling themselves and invites you into a calming space to guide you towards healing and growth for mind, body, and soul.

Meeting clients where they’re at, she hopes for you to be comforted by her empathetic nature, sense of humor, authenticity, and kindness. Additionally, she believes person-centered techniques and modalities that combine and draw from mindfulness, motivational interviewing, CBT, DBT, ACT, and movement are vital for long-lasting growth, self-compassion, resilience, and change.

Meghan can also help clients work through Anxiety, depression, PTSD/C-PTSD, suicidal ideation/self-harm, shame, grief, self-esteem, attachment issues, and social-emotional skills.

When not at work, she enjoys exercising, spending time with loved ones, exploring museums, reading, discovering new, nutritious foods, enjoying music, and taking peaceful walks in nature with her loyal canine companion who’s been by her side through her entire social work journey! Meghan also makes it a point to listen to her mind, body, and soul when in need of rest by engaging in a quick meditation reset, or slow-flow yoga practice.