Megan M. Stodard, Ph.D.
Get to Know Dr. Stodard
Exceeding Expectations one Life at a Time
Dr. Megan Stodard is a licensed psychologist in Florida and the founder of Harbor Wellness. She obtained her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology and Human Systems from Florida State University and completed a Clinical Psychology internship at Arkansas State Hospital.
Dr. Stodard works with a wide range of clients who present with concerns related to life transitions, anxiety, depression, mood disorders, attention difficulties, trauma, grief, and interpersonal conflicts. In her practice, some individuals need short term support, others need long term treatment, and many fall somewhere in between.
Her graduate training at Florida State University focused on provision of psychological services across the lifespan in a wide range of settings (i.e., schools, hospitals, private practice, university health center, community clinic, emergency children's shelter).
Dr. Stodard completed an APA-accredited internship in Clinical Psychology at the Arkansas State Hospital in Little Rock, Arkansas where she treated adolescents and adults in inpatient, forensic, and community based facilities. She completed her post doctoral training at Lake Psychological Services (LPS) in Columbia, South Carolina. She then joined LPS as a staff psychologist where she worked in private practice until relocating to the Pensacola area in July 2014.
In August 2014, she joined The Anchor Clinic team where she provided psychological assessment and treatment for a wide range of clients from 2014-2018. Dr. Stodard's work alongside inspiring clinicians and clients at the Anchor Clinic increased her interest in a wellness approach to psychological services.
Dr. Stodard founded Harbor Wellness to provide a unique environment and approach to help individuals build healthy, satisfying lives of meaning, value and purpose.
Currently, her practice focuses on adolescent and adult services. Her therapeutic approach is primarily cognitive behavioral, although she integrates other modalities to individualize treatment.
Special Interest Areas
Grief and Loss Work
Communication Skills Building
Healthy Emotional Experience/Expression
Military Life Support and Transition
Personal Values Identification