Margeaux Cannon, MS is a doctoral psychology intern at the Brattleboro Retreat and a doctoral candidate in Counseling Psychology at the University at Albany, State University of New York. Margeaux received her BA in Psychology and Exercise Science from Skidmore College, and her MS in Counseling Psychology from UAlbany.
Before pursuing her PhD, Margeaux worked at the University of Pennsylvania’s Positive Psychology Center as a Project Manager for Resilience Programs. During her doctoral training, Margeaux worked as a therapist and received supervision at UAlbany’s Psychological Services Center, the Albany Stratton VA, UAlbany’s Career Services Center, and MindWell Center in Ithaca, NY.
Margeaux has experience working with adults with stress, grief, depression, anxiety, complex trauma, OCD, personality disorders, career issues, relationship conflict, and problems with addictive behaviors including substance use. Margeaux also enjoys couple counseling.
Margeaux’s approach to therapy is interpersonal and integrative. She emphasizes developing a collaborative relationship with her clients and uses a range of empirically support therapeutic techniques (e.g., ACT, CBT, DBT, EFT). She often emphasizes mindfulness to empower her clients to develop their self-awareness and self-regulation.