Stacy Sheridan, LPC & Megan Chuhran, MSW

Stacy Sheridan, LPC. joined the WINGS staff in 2011 as the Program Director and Clinical Supervisor. Stacy graduated with her Masters in Counseling Psychology and Counselor Education from the University of Colorado at Denver and has been a practicing clinician for the last 10 years,primarily working for the County on the Intensive Treatment Team. This work involved intensive therapy with parents and children around abuse and neglect and the trauma that accompanies these issues. Stacy also has a private practice in which she specializes in working primarily with families and adolescents, specifically around trauma and/or abuse issues. In her practice, Stacy is dedicated to using trauma-focused interventions such as EMDR and somatic centered therapy in order to help clients heal from trauma.

Megan Chuhran, MSW, joined the WINGS staff in July 2012 as the team’s Outreach Coordinator. For the past ten years, Megan has focused on providing support services to survivors of sexual violence and working with communities on violence education and risk reduction. In her outreach work, Megan has helped non-profit organizations increase their clientele, improve their marketing, and reach underserved populations. Megan earned her Masters of Social Work from the University of Denver with a concentration on family therapy and interpersonal trauma. Megan was interviewed in the Emmy-nominated PBS documentary, One in Five, which focused on the issue of college sexual assault.