Adult Outpatient Clinical Social Worker/Therapist, Infectious Disease Clinic and Center for Transgender Medicine & Surgery
Title Adult Outpatient Clinical Social Worker/Therapist, Infectious Disease Clinic and Center for Transgender Medicine & Surgery
Education Meg Brett, LICSW is a Clinical Social Worker who primarily works in the Infectious Diseases Clinic. Ms. Brett is a 2010 graduate of Boston College Graduate School of Social Work with a BSW from University in Vermont. Prior to graduate school, Ms. Brett worked as a Social Worker for the Vermont State Department of Children and Families as a probation officer, intake worker and provided support groups for Adoptive Parents. Ms. Brett worked with children and adolescents with Special Needs for two years in North Carolina before attending Graduate School. She has a history of working with adolescents, children and families. Ms. Brett has a passion for working with adults living with HIV/AIDS, trauma, sexual health and group work. Meg Brett’s practice consists of strengths-based client-centered work involving therapy modalities of: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Group Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Family Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. Ms. Brett also holds a certificate in Trauma Sensitive Yoga.