Author: Megan Muzychka Tryon, MSW, LCSW
Megan is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in North Carolina and Louisiana with an extensive background of working with individuals, children and families in a variety of settings, including family preservation, trauma-informed psychotherapy, military research, and program management. She specializes in working with civilian and military children and families, implementing evidenced based treatment and prevention models to affect change and build upon individuals’ strengths and motivation to change.
HR leaders have a unique opportunity to support your employees, identify those who may need a greater level of support, and provide the resources they need during times of war. As a Spring Health therapist, I wanted to share how to do this in a meaningful way that can create a culture of connection and belonging.