After completing an undergraduate degree in Psychology, Megan went on to train as an Art Therapist and has worked extensively within NHS, Private and Third sector organisations. Megan has over 10 years of clinical and research experience in the field of mental health and wellbeing. Her clinical experience working with people living with long term mental health issues has informed her practice and developed her interest in research. A published author, Megan has written about her experiences working collaboratively and cross disciplinary. Having seen first-hand the gaps in service provision, Megan was inspired to develop innovative ways of addressing these gaps, utilising the skills she has gained throughout her career. Since co-founding Chanua, Megan has been working on a variety of projects that aim to improve all aspects of health and well-being services, from accessibility through to training development and service delivery. Over the past 2 years her focus has been on the potential use of technology as a tool to enhance human connections within mental health contexts.