Meghan Nunez, PsyD
Meghan is licensed as a psychologist. She came to CPI in March 2018 as a full-time therapist. Meghan has been managing the CPI counseling clinic since October 2018, and continues to carry a small caseload as a clinic therapist.
In 2006, Meghan graduated from Sonoma State with a Bachelor's degree in psychology. In 2014, she graduated with a doctorate degree in clinical psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University in Sacramento, where she specialized in child therapy, including training in an Infant-Preschool Mental Health program, as well as psychological testing with children and adolescents.
Meghan completed her clinical training in a variety of agencies working with children and families, including the Sacramento Children's Receiving Home, Sierra Family Services in Sacramento, Marin Health and Human Services in Point Reyes Station, and Social Advocates for Youth in Santa Rosa. Meghan has worked in clinic settings as well as school settings.
Meghan specializes in work with children ages 3-12, as well as adolescent girls, and accepts CPI clients ages 0-21.