Meaghan Coneys

Meaghan Coneys

Meaghan Coneys, LCSW

Why I became a therapist

As far back as I remember I have always been fascinated with the human mind, our connections with other people, the way we relate to ourselves and the world, and how our histories (upbringing) impacts us. In a way I always knew psychology was the right path for me. Throughout my education, post graduate training, and professional experiences I have learned the importance of the therapeutic relationship with my clients - that it is fundamental to change within the client. It is also the reason why I am a therapist today. I highly value the relationships I have with my clients. I feel honored every day to work with such amazing people.

Background & Experience

I moved to Philadelphia a few years ago from NYC. I needed a change of pace, a city with a lower cost of living, a smaller city, but something that still has the edge and grit that NYC does. Philadelphia has been wonderful the past few years! I definitely consider it home. I own a house here, have a partner, a son who is under a year old, and two (mostly) adorable rescue pit mixes. Other than family life, I love running, yoga, jiu jitsu, reading, traveling, and spending time with friends and family. As I mentioned above, I find nothing is more important than the relationships I have with the people in my life.


  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker #CW018776 Exp 2/28/21.

  • EMDR Training from the EDMR Institute, 2018.

  • Certificate in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy from the Institute of Contemporary Psychotherapy, 2015.

  • Master of Clinical Social Work from St. Thomas University, 2011.

  • Bachelor of Psychology from the College of Saint Catherine, 2009.

Treatment Style

  • Psychodynamic

  • Trauma Informed

  • EMDR

  • Goal Oriented

  • Strengths Based


  • Adults

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Trauma

  • Relationship Issues


  • Clark Park (Public) 4300 Baltimore Avenue (West Philadelphia)

  • Studio 34 common area (Public) 4522 Baltimore Avenue (West Philadelphia)

  • Penn Bookstore (Public) 3601 Walnut Street (West Philadelphia)

  • Rittenhouse Square (Public) 210 W Rittenhouse Square (Center City)

  • Barnes & Noble (Public) 1805 Walnut Street (Center City)

  • I also have offices in Center City & West Philadelphia if you prefer to meet in a private setting.

How to make an appointment

Click the “Book an appointment” button below and follow the instructions. I will contact you before our meeting to go over the details.

My Rate

$75 - $100 for individual therapy. $125 for couples. Accepts cash, debit/credit card, Venmo, PayPal.