Talked Spotlight: Interview with Meg Wilson


The Talked Spotlight series is where we interview the clinicians who help make Talked the premier Australian digital mental health platform

Name: Meg Wilson

Age: 35

Years practising: 7

Speciality: Life Transitions, Relationship Issues and Stress

Please describe yourself in 20 words or less.

A born traveller with a passion for art making, exploring and understanding people.

What is a hobby you love to do in your spare time?

I love life-drawing.

Why did you choose this career path?

I learned the value of going on a mental health journey through my own experience of seeing a therapist and felt inspired to provide the same support to others.

Tell me about one experience which has kept you doing what you’re doing.

Seeing the rewards that my clients experience that come from therapeutic work. It takes guts to challenge yourself to say no, express your emotions or change your relationships and I'm impressed every single time a client takes the opportunity to do it.

What is one piece of general advice that you would give to a client starting out their mental health journey?

Take the time to find the therapist that is right for you. All therapists are different and the quality of the relationship you build can contribute greatly to the success you have.

If you weren’t doing what you were doing, what career would you have pursued?

I would have loved to pursued life as a life-drawing teacher.

What is one item in your fridge that would surprise us?

A bottle of EXTRA hot sauce.

Is there anything about you that you would like clients who are reading to know?

I specialize in working with people from the LGBTQIA+, polyamorous, sex work and neurodiverse communities.

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If you like what you have read about Meg, you can organise a telehealth session. Meg offers a free 15-minute consultation to help get you started.

This Talked Spotlight was based on an interview conducted in August 2021.

Talked Spotlight is our series where we interview the professionals who help make Talked the premier digital mental health platform. The views expressed are those of the interviewees, based on their experiences within the profession, and as such are not necessarily representative of Talked's views.

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