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Meet the Team

We never stop learning, because life never stops teaching.

Meghan Castillo Family Therapy, PLLC is a home for emerging professionals that are eager to learn, ready to use their creativity and sharpen their professional skills. Interns enjoy the freedom to explore their therapeutic theories and approaches and develop their entrepreneurial skills and knowledge. We challenge interns to develop their own groups, work with families and couples, and be responsible for processes needed to sustain a private practice. In addition, MCFT offers training in DBT and all aspects of leading a comprehensive DBT program. 

Meghan Castillo is the clinical supervisor on site. She is an AAMFT approved supervisor candidate and is a MFT state approved supervisor. Providing her practice as a space for learning is a way she returns to her roots as a teacher and learner.

If you are interested in an internship opportunity with Meghan Castillo Family Therapy or LMFTA supervision, click here.

Sherrill Mohan

Student Intern

"You do not just wake up and become a butterfly- Growth is a process." - Rupi Kaur

Sherrill is pursuing a Master’s in Science in Psychology in the Marriage and Family Therapy Program at Our Lady of the Lake University in Houston.

 

Having initially embarked on a career in the healthcare industry, Sherrill has spent over 15 years working in a hospital setting witnessing firsthand the impact of emotional distress on patients and their loved ones. This experience served as a catalyst for her decision to shift her focus towards marriage and family therapy recognizing the critical role of mental and emotional well-being in fostering lasting and meaningful relationships.

“By integrating a strength-based and collaborative approach with respect for my clients’ values and experiences, I will empower individuals, families, and couples to develop effective communication skills, resolve conflicts and foster deeper emotional connections. I look forward to providing support for those trying to navigate the complexities of their interpersonal relationships.” 

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