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Meghan McGee

Current Appointment

Community Consultation Program Consultant and Faculty Member and Practicum Coordinator at the Warner School in the Counseling and Human Development Department


Ms. McGee has worked in the field of developmental disabilities for over 20 years. After spending over a decade in VT developing collaborative education models with public education and community mental health for children with autism and related disorders, she returned to the University of Rochester in 2010 to join the Community Consultation Program and the Warner School.

Roles and Responsibilities

CCP Consultant

  • Consults school districts and services agencies to support the development of individual educational plans for children with developmental and behavioral needs
  • Consults school districts and service agencies to support systems level change

Warner School

  • Coordinates and supervises behavior analysis students for their clinical practicum
  • Instructs behavior analytic coursework

Patient Care Profile

Ms. McGee believes in child and family-centered centered-care. She feels that positive collaboration between education, medical providers, community agencies, and families is essential and in the best interest of those individuals we serve.


  • Present, University of Rochester, Doctoral student in Human Development at the Warner School
  • 2004, Johnson State College, Masters of Science in Children's Mental Health and Applied Behavior Analysis
  • 1994, Nazareth College, Bachelors of Science in Music Therapy