Meg Burge x485

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Types of Clients: Older adolescents, adults.  Individuals, and groups.

Treatment Specialties: Sexualized behaviors, sexual compulsivity, healthy sexuality, offending behaviors/perpetration, adjustment issues, conduct disorders, personality disorders, anger management, trauma resolution.

Training and Experience: Ms. Burge has been providing individual and group psychotherapy since 2014. Her practice has focused primarily on healthy sexuality, problematic sexual behaviors, behavioral disorders, and criminal thinking/conduct.  Additionally, she has experience treating contributing concerns/conditions including anxiety, depression, poor self-concept, maladaptive schemas, and trauma. Ms. Burge’s practice is rooted in humanistic and Social Work values. From this perspective, Ms. Burge believes firmly in each client’s inherent worth and fosters the identification and development of each client’s unique characters strengths. Ms. Burge’s practice approach emphasizes a value-driven healing/change process.

Ms. Burge is also a long-term lecturer at the University of Wisconsin Madison instructing three graduate level courses, including general practice skills and the treatment of mental health disorders.

·      MSW – Master of Social Work, University of Wisconsin Madison – 2014

·      National Association of Social Workers (NASW)
·      Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA)
·      American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT)