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Megan Rulli


It can be intimidating to trust someone by taking the leap of sharing your personal journey, especially if you have felt isolated and unheard in the past. It’s also overwhelming to live with invisible struggles while trying to find your true self within societal expectations. 

In therapy sessions, my approach is warm, supportive, and insightful. I meet clients where they are, move at their pace, provide a safe place to examine struggles, and guide in self-discovery and personal growth. I believe therapy is a collaborative effort in which clients have ongoing input in their treatment, aligning with ever changing therapeutic goals. I offer a trusted space where clients feel they can explore their true selves, while discovering their strengths and coping tactics. We will work together to achieve a calmer and more fulfilled quality of life. 


Over the past seven years, Megan has worked in several therapeutic settings with children, teens and adults. She previously provided youth and family counseling at a pediatric hospital and therapeutic services at an LGBTQIA+ non-profit. She then worked in an adult addiction inpatient program providing individual and group therapy. Megan attended University of Denver (DU) in the Graduate School of Social Work. She has a unique clinical background that includes being certified in animal assisted therapy, as well as training in music therapy. Megan is passionate about working with LGBTQIA+ folks, Highly Sensitive Persons (HSPs), individuals with OCD and related disorders, children and teens.

Client Focus

Children (7-11), Teens (12-17) and Adults (18 and up.)

Types of Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP), Play Therapy, Comprehensive Behavioral Treatment for Skin Picking and Hair Pulling Disorders (ComB), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Solution-Focused Therapy (SFT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT).

Concerns I Treat

Anxiety, depression, OCD and related disorders, life transitions, gender identity & sexuality, Highly Sensitive Persons (HSPs), addictions, body focused repetitive behaviors (skin picking and hair pulling), trauma and PTSD.

More Than Just My Work

I am passionate about live music and performances, finding new places to travel to, canvas art, and spending time with animals.

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