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Megan Jenkins

by Sam everingham


Posted on 2019-03-21 at 01:03:00


Megan is a registered Counselling Psychologist working in private practice in Carlton. She has a particular interest in counselling women and mothers on issues relating to fertility, pregnancy and motherhood. Having previously been a psychologist at Monash IVF, Megan’s worked with clients facing the difficulties of infertility and treatment. In addition, Megan provides counselling for women experiencing ante and post-natal issues and also enjoys helping women to work through difficulties associated with the post-reproductive period of their lives.

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