Megan Weber LPC

Megan Weber MA, LPC


I’m so glad you landed here!  My journey began several years ago.  I have always been someone who raced to the next stage in my life.  From high school, to college, grad school and my first real job.  I wanted to quickly get to “that place” where I felt like I was finally an adult and had it all together.  Unfortunately, life often has other plans.  After the devastating loss of my father and then being struck with a chronic illness, I knew it was time to slow down and actually begin to enjoy the life I was living.  So I started Nourishing Eden as a blog where I could share my journey toward a healthier lifestyle.

When I started my own private practice, the name took on a whole different meaning for me.  “Eden” to me is a symbol of sacredness, wholeness, an oasis filled with beauty and flourishing with growth. It became a symbol of what I wanted to strive toward at the core of who I was.

What if you started viewing yourself that way?  Like you actually mattered. Like you were enough.  Like you were worth it.

How would your life change if you nourished yourself mind, body and soul?

That is the whole premise of my work.  To empower you to make the very best choices for your life.  Helping you to live your life on purpose, instead of on repeat.

This can look like:


-feeling like your old self again (or better than your old self!)

-discovering why certain areas of your life seem to be “stuck”

-discovering why the same patterns keep showing up over and over again

-gaining confidence to make your own decisions, and say no to what doesn’t fit

-caring less about the opinions of others

-feeling more in control of your own life

My approach is based on the strengths you already have inside you.  I view therapy as a team effort.  I’m here to guide you, and help you rediscover what is already there.  I like to incorporate mind-body exercises into session such as meditation, relaxation and visualization exercises as well as art when appropriate.  I will provide you with practical strategies that you can easily try at home.

My experience in the field has been quite diverse.  I worked in the alternative school setting for six years in Minneapolis and the suburbs of Chicago, with children ranging from pre-k through high school.  Most of which had significant behavior and emotional struggles.  I then worked in a group practice and was able to expand my knowledge base to adults.  I am so excited to be serving back in my home state of Wisconsin!

I am currently serving the pre-teen through adult population who may be experiencing feelings of anxiety, low self-esteem/self-worth, or stress of school, home or work.  If you are interested in working together and want to know more, please view my connect page to learn how to get in touch.

If you’re interested in my credentials…

B.S. in Child Psychology – University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
M.A. in Counseling Psychology – Lewis University

LPC – Licensed Professional Counselor (WI)
LCPC – Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (IL)

Additional Training:
Transformation Meditation Teacher Training

22 comments on “About

  1. What a great healing story – so glad that you are sharing your journey. I have found that food has played a huge role in healing me from a genetic condition and I now have such great respect and take great inspiration for the huge impact we can make on our longevity. Keep sharing! 🙂 xx Laura

  2. This is great, Megan! Can’t wait to hear/read more about your journey!

    P.S. Have you studied anywhere? What books/resources have made the most profound impact on you and your health?

  3. Thanks for reading Hilda! I have a master’s degree in counseling psychology, but my second passion is health and nutrition. I read pretty much whatever I can get my hands on in this area. A few of my favorite’s of the moment are: Mind Over Medicine (Lissa Rankin), I Though It Was Just Me (Brene Brown) and I’m currently reading the Untethered Soul (Michael Singer) which is amazing!

  4. Hi Megan,
    Your blog is heartwarming and your philosophies profoundly uplifting.
    I love how you’ve wisely chosen the word ‘nourish’ in your blog.
    Look forward to accompany your journey here.
    PS- Do you have an address I could drop in a mail? Tx.

  5. I so appreciate your story! I’m excited I discovered your blog so I can follow your journey. I am a student affairs professional at a college campus so if you have any advice I can share with my students or colleagues on wellness please do share. -vm

  6. Thanks for visiting. I’m glad you enjoyed it. I think you may have just given me a blog post idea! 🙂

  7. Hey there!

    Thanks for liking my blogpost: “Yoga Means Being Still and Listening.”

    Thanks for sharing your story. You definitely have a wonderful thing going on here-so excited to learn more about your journey!

  8. Thank you for noticing & liking one of my first ever blog posts – that means a lot since I’m just getting started. Love the idea of writing down your I Believes. Good luck on your purposeful path of healing!

  9. Its so nice to read your journey Megan… There is such a connection with feeding the mind the body and the soul. I look forward to reading more xx

  10. Thanks for reading! I love your blog! The pictures are gorgeous…definitely giving me food inspiration 🙂

  11. Meek Devoted Temple, thanks for visiting! Your blog is so full of wisdom. As a therapist for kids, it’s so great to see amazing parents who are making a difference not only in their children’s lives, but in the world at large. Keep shining your light!

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