Meagan Seago joined New Leaf Center in August 2018 as an Administrative Assistant. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from the University of Central Florida (UCF) in May 2017, with a minor in Criminal Justice.
While at UCF, Meagan was a member of many psychology-related student organizations. She served as the President of the Psychological Society, and she was a mentor to new students each semester. She also has been a Peer Educator at the on-campus counseling center, whose mission is to educate students and fight the stigma around mental illness. While obtaining her undergraduate degree, Meagan interned at the Mental Health Association of Central Florida as a Mental Health Connection Specialist, where she helped provide mental health referrals to individuals seeking services.
Following completion of her degree at UCF, Meagan began her Master of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Rollins College in August 2017, and she is scheduled to graduate in May 2020. She completed her first practicum experience at New Hope for Kids, where she helped lead a grief group for children between the ages of 3 and 19. After graduation from Rollins College, Meagan aspires to complete additional training and certifications in specialty areas, including Play Therapy and EMDR.