Megan Guinn is a licensed staff psychologist at Virginia Commonwealth University Counseling Services. She currently serves as the Interim Associate Director for Training and previously served as the Coordinator of Psychology Practicum. She obtained her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of North Texas and completed her internship at Virginia Commonwealth University Counseling Services. Her professional work has had an LGBTQIA+ emphasis. Megan’s professional and clinical interests include attachment and relationship concerns, intersectional identity concerns, multicultural and LGBTQIA+ issues, trauma, group therapy, and training and supervision.
Presentation Safe Zone – LGBTQIA+ Training
The purpose of the Safe Zone Program is to reduce heterosexism, cissexism, sexism, and prejudice toward LGBTQIA+ people through education and awareness-raising in order to make our workplaces safer and more inclusive environments for all members of our community regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression. This Safe Zone Program works toward this goal by providing a network of resources and support for LGBTQIA+ identified individuals.