Megan Rahn is a Licensed Professional Counselor specializing in sport performance and injury rehabilitation. She has a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology from Texas A&M University. After graduating with her Master’s in Rehabilitation Counseling from UT Southwestern Medical Center, Megan went on to work as a Pain Management Counselor for the University of Texas at Arlington, and recently worked as a high school teacher and soccer and volleyball coach. She is also a member of the Association of Applied Sport Psychology.
While playing varsity soccer at Flower Mound High School, she earned multiple individual district honors and academic honors. She was also a member of the Olympic Development State Team for several years and attended Texas Christian University on a full athletic scholarship to play soccer. After sustaining a career-ending injury, she transferred to Texas A&M University.
Her athletic, academic, and clinical background have given her a unique understanding of the pressures and demands athletes face throughout the stages of sport. Specializing in pain management, injury rehabilitation, and stress management, Megan helps athletes achieve peak performance while coping with the numerous pressures and demands athlete face each day.