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Meghan Laub, LCSW

Meghan Laub, LCSW


Licensed in CA #100872
Insurances Accepted: Anthem Blue Cross, Aetna, Cigna/Evernorth
My style is client-centered and adaptable to each individual's unique needs and goals from therapy.

My Therapy Style

I like to create a warm, welcoming, and safe environment where clients can share openly and feel empowered as experts in their lives. My therapeutic approach is Solution-focused and Strengths-based within a Cognitive Behavioral framework. My style is client-centered and adaptable to each individual's unique needs and goals from therapy.

The majority of my experience has focused on supporting clients who are struggling with anxiety, depression, physical and/or emotional trauma, bereavement, adjusting to new norms after an illness or injury, and navigating stressful work, family, or relationship dynamics. Through therapy, my goal is to partner with you, while utilizing evidenced-based practices, to improve your insight and coping, achieve your goals for therapy, and, ultimately, improve the quality of your life.

Education & Training

MSW - Social Work, Columbia University

Get to Know Me

Why did you become a mental health professional?

Since adolescence I have always had an interest in social psychology and why individuals do the things they do. I pursued a degree in psychology as an undergraduate in college, where a professor suggested a master's in social work as a means to connect my passion for psychology, mental health, and social justice. Through various internships and work experiences my passion grew, leading me to now provide mental health support to clients, as a mental health professional.

What are your interests outside of work?

I love spending time with family and friends, traveling, hosting, perfecting recipes, trying new foods, and spending time outdoors.

What is one thing you do daily that supports your well-being?

I try and exercise every day; I feel this really supports my emotional and mental well-being. Though most days I have to build up the motivation to do so, I always notice an improved mood afterward.

How do you recharge?

I really try and check in with myself to know when I need social interaction as a means of recharging, or alone time. If social interaction is needed, I am intentional about spending quality time with friends and family. If I need alone time to recharge, I curl up on the couch and watch reality television.