About Me

Helping people improve their lives has always been important to me. I saw my first counseling client in 2003, and from that point forward, this work has been a part of my life. I have an integrative approach that is practical and strengths-based, and incorporates a large range of tools from various other systems of therapy (relational-interpersonal, CBT, DBT, etc).

In addition to my practice, I have also been involved in university mental health. Currently I am the Global Director of Mental Health & Wellness at Minerva (a higher education startup). Prior to that I was the Director of Counseling & Psychological Services at Brown University, and I have also been the lead psychologist at University of Portland and Washington State University Vancouver. As part of this work I also conduct research on counseling effectiveness, innovative approaches to psychotherapy, and client satisfaction.

Education, Training, License

I completed my undergraduate degree in psychology at Baldwin-Wallace College (now University) in Berea, Ohio (2001), my doctorate in counseling psychology at the University of Missouri – Kansas City (2007, APA), and my internship (2006, APA) and post-doctoral fellowship (2008) at the University of Delaware. I’m a licensed psychologist in Rhode Island.

Bio for Media & Speaking

Dr Will Meek is a psychologist, and Global Director of Mental Health & Wellness at Minerva. He has also been the lead psychologist at several other university counseling centers including Counseling & Psychological Services at Brown University. He started his professional career as a one-person counseling center serving 4000 students at Washington State University Vancouver.

Will is an alum of Baldwin-Wallace College and the University of Missouri-Kansas City, where he received a PhD in Counseling Psychology. He is best known for the Flexible Care Model, which is a culturally-informed system of providing psychological services on college campuses. Will resides in Providence, Rhode Island where he has a private practice.