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Margaret Hodges


Dr. Meg Kimball-Hodges has worked in the field of psychology since 1993. She has received master’s degrees in counseling psychology and sport psychology while serving as an officer in the United States Air Force and completed a doctorate in clinical psychology in 2009. Meg specializes in pediatric and adult neuropsychological testing for challenges such as autism, learning disabilities, ADHD, memory functioning, identifying cognitive functioning in individuals following head injury, stroke, cancer, concussions, giftedness, and social and emotional function. She has experience working with children with developmental disabilities, people with mental illness, developmental trauma, sport concussions, military veterans with post-traumatic stress and traumatic brain injuries, people who suffer with memory loss, chronic pain patients, foster care youth, substance abuse and addiction, and the forensic population. She also is a practicing sport psychologist and works with amateur and elite athletes, performers, and business organizations to support individuals toward optimal performance. She is Adjunct Faculty at National University, Pleasant Hill California for the JFKU sport psychology graduate program and is currently in private practice in Evergreen, Colorado.

Compassion and insight into our struggles can lead to powerful, positive changes in life. Through a relational and strength-based approach, Dr. Meg aims to empower others to take the needed steps to live a more passionate and rewarding life. Each of us has unique experiences and inner wisdom that can be fostered through a trusting therapeutic relationship. By becoming more aware of your responses to situations, re-story your interpretation of events, and break habits stored in the brain that are no longer useful, you can reach your optimal level and adapt to what life throws at you.

Margaret Hodges
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