Meg Breeden graduated with a Master of Education in Counseling and Development from George Mason University in 2013. Ms. Breeden continues to develop her interest in Bowen Theory and began her third year in the Postgraduate Training Program in September 2015.

In April 2014, she was awarded Outstanding Volunteer in Arlington County, Virginia, for her work at the Arlington County Detention Center where she teaches substance abuse education, relationship skills, and co-parenting classes. Ms. Breeden also works at two clinical sites in Northern Virginia.

Her current work concentrates on studying the impact of physiology on emotional functioning. She uses Zengar neurofeedback in her clinical sessions. The use of neurofeedback combined with counseling offers clients an opportunity to learn about self-regulation.