Dr. Megan Swisher
Improving Relationships by Setting Healthy Boundaries
There are often misconceptions about boundaries in relationships, especially when considering relationships with those we care about most - significant others and family members. In this session we will discuss why it is important to set healthy boundaries and how this practice can actually improve those relationships. Participants will learn how to recognize when their boundaries have been violated along with strategies to create and communicate these boundaries in order to strengthen compassion and generosity in their interactions and relationships with loved ones.
Dr. Megan Swisher is a Licensed Psychologist, a Licensed Specialist in School Psychology and a Certified Daring WayTM Facilitator who works in private practice and higher education. She is the Vice-President of the East Texas Psychological Association and is a member of APA, TPA, IPPA and NAADAC. Additionally, she is on the Board of Trustees for the Andrews Center and a volunteer with Tyler ISD.
Swisher Psychology Services