I am a dual licensed clinical psychologist in Colorado (PSY4592) and California (PSY33143) and a Certified Eating Disorder Specialist - Supervisor. I work with teens, adults, and families to support many issues, including eating disorders, trauma, grief and loss, relationship issues, anxiety, and mood disorders. I serve clients in the Denver and surrounding area, as well as offer virtual appointments to clients located in California.
Clinical Psychologist & Certified Eating Disorder Specialist - Supervisor
I believe psychotherapy is a powerful tool in assisting people to make lasting changes in their lives. It is inspiring to see clients step into vulnerable parts of themselves to honor their emotions and process how past and present relationships shape their functioning.
I enjoy working with diverse populations and have experience in several treatment settings, including Outpatient, IOP, Residential, & Inpatient levels of care, and Community Mental Health settings.
I believe in developing insight into how we think, feel, and relate to others; we can identify patterns that may have protected us in the past but now act as a barrier to healthy functioning. Using the therapeutic relationship as a tool, we can understand how past experiences impact current issues. By bringing these often unconscious patterns to our awareness, we can learn, grow, and seek to meet our needs in healthier ways.
It is an honor to have the opportunity to work collaboratively with my clients on meeting their goals for treatment.
- Dr. Megan Wilhite, PsyD, CEDS-S
My psychotherapy services include individual, couples, and family therapy for adults, adolescents, and their loved ones. I work with folx on various issues, including anxiety, depression, relational issues, trauma, and eating disorders. I also provide Supervision and Consultation services.
Eating Disorder Services
Do you struggle in your relationship with food? Experience obsessive thoughts and fears about food, your body, or exercise? Do you experience guilt, shame, or anxiety related to disordered eating behaviors or body image distress?
You are not alone.
Learn more about disordered eating/eating disorders, and find additional resources at the link below.