Megan Fulcher works as a Family Therapist with women, men, and children both individually and in groups. Megan began working at Nicola Family Therapy in 2013. During this time she has graduated from Capilano University with a Certificate in Advanced Wilderness Leadership and is currently enrolled in a Graduate Certificate in Complex Trauma and Child Sexual Abuse Intervention through the Justice Institute of BC.
Megan is registered in good standing with the BC College of Social Workers and adheres to their ethics and guidelines. She has accumulated a broad range of experiences supporting children and youth in various programmes and especially enjoys when she can incorporate and foster her love for nature and the outdoor activities.
As a graduate of the Social Work program through Nicola Valley Institute of Technology and Thompson Rivers University, Megan brings an appreciation of an anti-oppressive practice, an awareness of cultural diversity, and an understanding of the importance of offering a culturally safe place.
Megan incorporates a variety of counselling theories and methodologies and strives to remain current with her knowledge and training. These theories include: cognitive behavioural, strengths based, solution focused, anti-oppressive, trauma informed, and integrative. Megan attends various trainings throughout the year to add tools to her toolbox and to grow in her practice.
Megan is an engaged therapist whose goal is to support and empower her clients to effectively address their personal struggles. She uses a combination of therapeutic methodologies and techniques to offer a personalized approach. She is well known for her ability to connect with people in a genuine manner. With empathy and understanding, Megan works with people to help them build on their strengths and attain the personal growth they are committed to accomplishing.