Did you know that there is a world-wide epidemic going on at the moment and it’s not a physical illness? It’s the belief that we are not ENOUGH! If you want to be successful, then it’s simply essential that you have healthy levels of self-esteem and confidence and you can only do that when you unconditionally accept yourself as you are. When you don’t think you are good enough you will not take the necessary steps required to achieve your goals.

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Q&A with Megan Fenyoe, Licensed Mental Health Therapist, and founder of the I Am Enough Movement Nonprofit Organization

Media 7 | April 1, 2020

Megan Fenyoe is an Air Force Veteran, Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Transformational Mindset Coach, Best Selling Author, Speaker|Trainer, Host of the I Am Enough TV, and founder of the I Am Enough Movement. A Mental Health Therapist and Transformational Mindset Coach for over 15 years, Megan has both the personal and professional experience to help you uplevel your negative self-talk into positive self-empowerment. Deck 7: Let's begin with your journey so far. How was life as a woman in the Armed Forces? What prompted you to become a Licensed Mental Health Therapist? MEGAN FENYOE: I have always had a heart to help people and began my journey of becoming a Licensed Mental Health Therapist back in 2002 when I began my Master program. I successfully graduated with my master’s degree in 2005 and I have been licensed to practice therapy for the past 15 years. In 2012, I was given the opportunity to commission as an officer (Captain) in the Air Force at the age of 33. I moved from Michigan to California and was stationed at Travis Air Force Base. I provided mental health and substance abuse treatment to active duty members. My transition into the service was difficult since I was 33 years old and had absolutely no knowledge about the military culture, but I was able to find my way rather quickly. I loved wearing the uniform and helping fellow service members serving our country. However, being a Mental Health Therapist in the Air Force was difficult at times due to rules and regulations and I felt at times it was more about the “higher ups” rather than the patients. I made the decision to leave the Air Force after my 3-year contract was complete. I felt that I could not be the most effective therapist for my patients due to the military culture that I was expected to follow as an officer.  

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