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Megan Pietrucha

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  • Expertise: College student and student-athlete mental health, body image concerns, mood disorders, life transitions, stress management and procrastination, health and wellness, mindfulness, sport and performance psychology
  • Education: Illinois Wesleyan University, Illinois School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University
  • Affiliations: PsyPact, American Psychological Association

Megan Pietrucha is a licensed clinical and sport psychologist in private practice. She specializes in eating concerns, body image, college student and athlete mental health, mood disorders, life transitions, stress management, and performance psychology.

Pietrucha also provides assessment services, supervision, and clinical consultation. Her PsyPact credential enables her to practice teletherapy with clients in over 20 states.

In addition to her clinical work, Pietrucha has served as the training director for an APA-accredited internship program. She's also taught undergraduate and graduate courses in psychology. She works with high school and college athletes, recreational fitness programs, artists, business leaders, and anyone motivated to optimize their potential in work and life.

She completed her bachelor's in psychology from Illinois Wesleyan University and her master's and doctoral degrees in clinical psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University.

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Psychology and mental health

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