Registered Behavior Technician
Megan Canfora is a Behavior Technician at Galvin Therapy Center. She is currently a student at John Carroll University, where she will soon be graduating with a major in Psychology and a minor in Statistics and Analytics. She plans to attend graduate school after she finishes her undergraduate degree. She is involved with the Psychology Club and the Health Awareness Project at John Carroll, and has spoken at the 2019 Ohio Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference. On the weekends, Megan enjoys spending time with her roommates, going outside to enjoy nature, and learning how to knit. Megan has always had a passion for working with children. She loves working at Galvin Therapy because she feels it is a great, encouraging environment not just for the children, but the staff as well. She feels as though Galvin Therapy Center has allowed her to make a positive impact on the lives of children and their families, for which she is very grateful.