Meg Tinsley has practiced psychotherapy for 20 years in a variety of settings including private practice, an eating disorder treatment center, a hospital-based chemical dependency recovery center, school-based counseling with children, and Clement Street Counseling Center in San Francisco (now the Center for Somatic Psychotherapy). She received a BA from Vassar College and an MA in Counseling Psychology with a specialization in body-oriented psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies in 1998, and was licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist in 2003. Meg has led groups in Authentic Movement, Mindfulness, Somatic Awareness, Body Image, and eating disorder recovery. She trained at the Authentic Movement Institute in Berkeley, learning a Jungian-inspired movement therapy, and completed the year-long training in the treatment of disordered eating with Beyond Hunger in San Rafael. She participated for two years in a weekly Jungian consultation group and brings a depth psychology perspective to her work by helping clients listen to dreams and symbols. Meg has also completed Level I, II, and III training in Attachment Focussed EMDR with Laurel Parnell. She has maintained an eclectic and embodied spiritual and meditation practice. Luna the dog sometimes assists with sessions.