Dr. Megan Ballew

Dr. Megan Ballew


“Improvements in mental health are much more than simple symptom reduction. It’s inspiring to see the ripple effects in an individual’s life including improved relationships, parenting skills, physical health, housing security, employment, and involvement in culture and community. These changes impact whole family systems and ultimately impact the health and wellness of a community.”

Megan Ballew is a member of Cherokee Nation. She received her PhD in clinical psychology from Oklahoma State University. Megan previously served as a behavioral health clinician and administrator at Tulsa’s urban Indian clinic and for the University of Tulsa’s free community based behavioral health clinic. She has worked for Lummi Nation for the past four years as a clinical psychologist and administrator overseeing several mental health and substance use disorder programs and grants.

Virtual Care Implementation ECHO Program

Megan is faculty for the Virtual Care Implementation Program, which is designed to support I/T/U clinicians and administrators in implementing and overcoming common challenges associated with virtual care programs.

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