Meghan Kyle, Psy.D., is passionate about helping people manage their mental health challenges. Her favorite part about her profession is connecting with people and helping them move forward. A former high school athlete and thespian, Dr. Kyle understands the role of the brain, personality, attitude, and thoughts on performance and outcomes on and beyond the field. She brings that drive and team work mentality to help her clients overcome their challenges. She uses Cognitive-Behavioral therapy (CBT) and appropriately integrates the family system into a therapeutic plan for sustained wellness. She works with adults, adolescents and children.
Dr. Kyle enjoys working with clients to overcome struggles with an ADHD diagnosis, anxiety, depression, OCD, self-esteem, major life transitions and loss, to improve their long-term mental and emotional health. She is well-versed in supporting students with IEP concerns in addressing mental health challenges achieve educational success. Dr. Kyle received her undergraduate degree in psychology with a minor in French from Loyola University in Baltimore, MD and her doctoral degree in clinical psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology in Washington, D.C.
For over a decade, Dr. Kyle has been actively involved in the Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey; the Brain Injury Association of Maryland; and Camp Cranium, a week-long camp for children with brain injuries. She volunteers her time to work with young people learning to navigate life’s daily activities with a brain injury and participates in fundraising activities for research and other wellness opportunities that support their journeys. Her energy, knowledge, and positivity build trust, foster confidence, and inspire a willingness to try new approaches to gain desired results.
While a New Jersey native, Dr. Kyle has adopted Maryland as her home. She looks forward to establishing her career and raising a family with her husband. She is also delighted to have three airports within easy reach to stay connected with extended family.