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Terri McGarry, MA LPC

Terri is known for her approachability and authenticity. She blends humor and empathy with an unwavering commitment to evidence-based practices and scientific principles.

Terri received her Master’s in Counseling from Grand Rapids Theological Seminary, where she learned to integrate rigorous biblical studies with the most recent science on mental health. She received the school’s highest honor, the Presidential Award for Academic Achievement and Contribution to the Seminary. Her studies were focused on marriage and family and advanced issues in child counseling.

Terri’s experience includes helping with child behavioral concerns, ADHD, preparing for marriage, achieving marital harmony, divorce adjustment, anxiety, depression, post-partum depression, and grief, and adjustment disorders. Additionally, as a family pastor she is skilled in spiritual formation and life coaching. She has worked in ministry with children, families, and marriages for 30 years. As a former publisher of Livingston Parent Journal, she developed a passion to help families in our community to be whole and healthy.

In Terri’s spare time you’ll find her laughing with little nieces and nephews, reading a science journal, watching stand-up comedy with her son, or taking a walk to the book shop with her husband of 30 years.

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Susan Cumings, MA LLPC

Susan offers compassion, authenticity and collaboration, providing a supportive space to explore your concerns and discover hope and meaning in times of difficulty and stress. Her counseling approach is strengths-based and solution-focused. She’ll work with you to discover your inner strengths and abilities, and then choose the appropriate therapy to best achieve the goals you set together.

She has experience helping people who struggle with grief, anger management, crisis pregnancy, chronic pain and illness, childhood sexual abuse, separation and divorce, and Reactive Attachment Disorder. She has worked with at-risk teens as well as rape and trauma survivors. She can provide Alzheimer's and dementia support.

Susan received a M.A. in Counseling from Westminster Theological Seminary and a graduate Certificate of Advanced Professional Counseling from Biblical Theological Seminary. She also pursued additional training in pre and post adoption support, play therapy, ADHD, and marriage counseling.

For those who consider their faith an important part of how they view life’s events and make decisions for their future, Susan also offers Christian Counseling as an option. Using the best, most consistently effective tools available, Susan helps Christians live the fulfilling lives God desires for them as they follow Christ in all areas of their lives, even in the midst of hard realities.

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Megan Meibeyer, MA LPC

Megan is creative, compassionate, and has an adventurous spirit. She uses these traits to provide a secure therapy relationship in which clients can heal and grow while working toward their life goals. Megan graduated from Columbia International University in Columbia, SC, where she learned to integrate theology and psychology within the Master’s in Counseling program. She is a licensed professional counselor and board certified in Michigan.

Megan counsels from a holistic perspective using a biopsychosocial-spiritual model. She has specialized training in the assessment and treatment of childhood disorders, child and adolescent counseling, grief and loss, career development, and multicultural counseling. Megan worked for three years in a community mental health setting with individuals and groups. She is fully-trained in EMDR to treat clients who have experienced trauma. Megan also has experience treating clients diagnosed with: ADHD/ADD, adjustment disorders, Asperger’s, depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and PTSD.

In her free time, Megan enjoys exploring the outdoors with her nieces and nephews, caring for pets, painting, kayaking, traveling, reading, and socializing with friends. She has served in both domestic and international ministry settings.