Margaret Mensch, MEd, LPC has 8 years of experience working in individual and family therapy. She strives to provide quality and compassionate care by helping clients to gain insight, grow, and heal, through the therapeutic process. Her passion is guiding, inspiring, and teaching skills to people, so that they feel empowered to overcome life's challenges. Ms. Mensch approaches the therapeutic process through a humanistic lens, using modalities and theories that help fit her clients needs including cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness training, and solution focused work.
She earned her Bachelor of Arts from Excelsior College while completing 6 years in the US Army. Following her time with the military she earned her Masters of Education in Counseling from Tarleton State University in Texas. She worked in Texas, as well as in New Hanover County, as a special education teacher which has fostered her passion to work with children and teens with emotional, academic, social, and behavioral concerns as well as challenges related to divorce and blended families. Ms. Mensch has experience treating adults with adjustment disorders, anxiety, OCD, depression, grief/loss, personality issues, marital and work related problems.
Ms. Mensch also has experience working as an early childhood mental health consultant helping evaluate social and emotional development in students and then developing, accessing, and providing, resources for parents and teachers. She also works as an Executive Coach and Facilitator for a leadership workshop with a local Industrial/Organizational Leadership Company.
Ms. Menschís passion lies in helping others, regardless of age, reach their fullest potential despite perceived barriers and limitations. Her belief is that everyone has limitless potential when they gain the perspective that they have control over their responses to life situations.