Meagan Butler, MA, LPC-A
Supervised by Thomas Mitchell, LPC-S #14683
Love Addiction/Love Avoidance
12 Step Program (ACA/CoDA)
Individual session is $130
I am considered out-of-network with insurance
Bachelor of Arts in English Literature - University of North Texas
Master of Arts in Christian Education - Dallas Theological Seminary
Master of Arts in Biblical Counseling - Dallas Theological Seminary
Morton Kelsey, an Episcopalian Priest and Jungian Analyst explained his recovery like this:
“Max Zeller, an analyst…was a man who knew anxiety intimately; he had been imprisoned in a Nazi concentration camp. He taught me that anxiety must be faced directly and talked out. He taught me that God was real and how to pray…He taught me how to calm myself by breathing…
“[He] taught me how to deal with anxiety and guilt, depression and fear. He listened and never judged, and I began to live again…I began to establish an inner emotional stability…When my emotions started leveling out, creativity blossomed. I could hardly believe the energy, life and direction that arose within me.”
My recovery story is very similar to Morton Kelsey’s in that I had a counselor come alongside me and teach me how to deal with anxiety, guilt, depression and fear. She also did it without judgment. I would say I didn’t begin to live again, but began to live for the first time. I had no idea life could be so full, dynamic and adventuresome. I am seven years into my recovery story and have added neurofeedback to the list of techniques that have helped me engage in life and enjoy it. I like to think of myself as my own recovery experiment. I don’t ask my clients to do anything I have not implemented in my own recovery.
I am passionate about living life free from thoughts, behaviors and patterns that lead to dead ends, emotional rollercoasters and burnout. If you’re ready to be freed of those things too, I am here to work with you!