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Megan Stauffer, MSW, LCSWA, IBCLC, LCCE

Outpatient Therapist 

Megan Stauffer holds an Associates License in Social Work (LCSWA). She earned her BA from the College of Charleston in 2006 before relocating to the Triangle. During her job search, Megan volunteered at UNC Hospitals Birth Partners Program, eventually becoming a Postpartum Doula.

While navigating motherhood, Megan pursued her MSW at UNC - CH in 2011. During her final year, she earned a graduate certificate in Lactation through the Carolina Global Breastfeeding Institute, leading to her achievement of the IBCLC designation. Since 2012, Megan has served as a Home Visitor with Durham’s Early Head Start Program, a Childbirth Educator at UNC Hospital, and, more recently, a Facilitator for the Incredible Years Parenting Program through Communities in Schools of Durham.

Megan's approach blends Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) techniques with mindfulness, self-compassion, and a positive parenting perspective. She is a trained Gottman educator and has led workshops such as "Bringing Baby Home" and "The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work."

With a solid foundation in childcare and a genuine love for infants and toddlers, Megan finds joy in teaching and coaching parents through the early years' transitions. In her free time, she enjoys biking on her Peloton, swinging in her hammock, swimming with her kids, and doting on her three cats. Her spouse and children serve as constant inspiration, reminding her to find laughter and to never stop dreaming.

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