BS, PhD Psychology Intern
Hi! My name is Megan Oberholtzer, and I am a PhD student intern studying Clinical Psychology at Walden University. I have lived in Durango on and off for close to 15 years, and currently reside in Bayfield with my husband, two kids, and two dogs. I graduated from Fort Lewis College in 2007 with a BA in Political Science, and shortly after, began working as a family law and criminal defense paralegal where I was exposed to the field of psychology. After years of working with experts in the field, I realized my passion for psychology and made the decision to switch fields, which has been nothing short of amazing. I am thrilled to be working alongside so many talented and caring professionals.
Outside of school and work, I spend my free time enjoying the beautiful mountains here in Durango with my family and friends and have been an active member of CrossFit for over 5 years.
I am excited to work with people from all walks of life to improve overall health and wellbeing. I strongly believe that the most important things in life are often accomplished by those who kept trying when the odds were stacked against them.