Megan Bond, M.A., LPC, NCC
Case Management Referral Coordinator
Licensed Professional Counselor
- M.A., Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Sam Houston State University
- B.S., Psychology, Minor in Sociology, Texas A&M University
License and Certification
- Licensed Professional Counselor, Texas State Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors, No. 78005
- National Certified Counselor, National Board for Certified Counselors, No. 901855
Approach to Therapy and Professional Interests
As CAPS’ Case Management Referral Coordinator, I utilize an Integrative approach with a focus on person-centered and solution-focused. In this role, I assist students in evaluating and identifying their counseling, psychiatric, medical, and social service needs in order to support their mental health and wellness. I additionally guide students on how to connect with these services inside and outside of Bryan/College Station. Advocacy, education, and identification of service resources are some of the common components of my role, and are duties that I truly value.
Personal Statement on Diversity and Social Justice
Over the past several years, I have grown to truly value and embrace diversity and social justice initiatives. I have come to recognize their role in everything I do, specifically in being able to connect with others on a meaningful level. I am passionate about promoting an environment in which all people are valued and respected, as well as reflecting on and confronting my own privileges and biases. With this being said, I seek to provide a welcoming, inclusive, and affirming environment for the students and trainees that I work with.
Approach to Supervision
I value the importance of being heard and the impact of self-reflection. I strive to cultivate a space in which trainees can reflect upon themselves not only as clinicians in training, but as individuals with many intersecting identities. I believe in the power of connection and awareness of self as ways to create a supportive supervisory environment where trainees can feel empowered to challenge themselves, develop their identities as clinicians, and incorporate their own unique experiences and perspectives.
I enjoy spending time with my husband and family, hanging out with our four cats, taking pictures, and gardening!