Margaret Suttle, MA


Meg completed her undergraduate studies at The Ohio State University, where she received her Bachelors of Science in psychology and has earned her Masters in Clinical Psychology from Adler University. Before joining the Progressive Psychological Healthcare team Meg worked as a Diagnostic extern at Diamond Headache Clinic, where she focused on providing holistic psychological care to patients struggling with co-occurring chronic pain diagnoses. During this time, she administered neuropsychological and personality assessments to work with the patient’s care team to provide the best treatment plan possible for that specific client. Additionally, she facilitated support and psychoeducational groups for patients on the unit. Meg has experience helping clients with a wide array of presenting concerns and has worked primarily with clients experiencing depression, anxiety, PTSD, and chronic illnesses.

Therapy Approach

Meg works to create a warm and nonjudgmental therapy space where clients are encouraged to grow in ways that are meaningful to them. Through collaboration with her clients, she aims to incorporate a strength-based approach to empower others to create meaningful goals and lasting solutions. Meg believes effective treatment encompasses the various environmental, emotional, familial, and cognitive factors that have impacted and interacted with the client in the past, present, and anticipated future.

Special Interests: Trauma, Anxiety, Depression, Chronic Illness, Grief/loss

Theoretical Lens: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT).

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