Provides online therapy
Daytime, select evenings and weekends
Dr. Meghan Prato is a psychologist is Main LIne Counseling Partner, a team of highly trained clinicians who all use evidence-based methods in their areas of specialization. A graduate of Chestnut Hill’s Doctoral of Clinical Psychology Program, Dr. Prato specializes in Marriage and Family Therapy. She has spent her career helping children, adolescents, families, and couples find happiness and to facilitate change in their lives through strengthening their relationships with others.
Dr. Prato uses the Gottman Method of Couple’s Therapy, and is currently working towards certification. She has a particular interest in infidelity recovery, premarital work, and co-parenting counseling. She also has conducted research with couples involved in a remarriage with the aim of developing a treatment model specifically to target the unique needs of many of these couples.
Dr. Prato also has expertise in child psychology, family therapy, parenting skills development, crisis management, and psychological assessment. She has extensive training and experience in Theraplay, Applied Behavior Analysis, and clinical assessment as well.
Dr. Prato has worked in a variety of settings, from outpatient services, partial hospitalization programs, and residential treatment facilities. She found her home at Main Line Counseling Partners in October of 2016, and has been happily treating couples and children/families there ever since. In addition to her fulltime private practice at Main Line Counseling Partners, she also conducts psychological testing and evaluations for Bucks County Juvenile Probation, and the Children’s Crisis Treatment Center in Philadelphia.
Beyond her clinical work, Dr. Prato is also an active participant in professional organizations. She currently serves as the Chair of the Colleague Assistance Committee of the Pennsylvania Psychological Association (PPA), and is a member of the Early Career Psychologist Committee of the PPA as well.
Pre-marital preparation; affair/betrayal and recovery; co-parenting; childrend and adolescents