Megan Parmenter, PhD

Dr. Meg Parmenter is a clinical psychologist at Home Base. She received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Adelphi University and her bachelor’s in Psychology from The College of the Holy Cross. She completed her post-doctoral fellowship at Home Base and pre-doctoral training at VA Connecticut Healthcare System and Northport VAMC. These experiences solidified Dr. Parmenter’s long-term interest in working with Veterans and Service Members. 

Dr. Parmenter is trained in a variety of evidence-based assessment methods and cognitive behavioral therapies for PTSD, including Cognitive Processing Therapy and Prolonged Exposure Therapy. Regardless of treatment type, she values the therapeutic relationship and attends to interpersonal processes that underlie the formation and maintenance of the relational dyad. Dr. Parmenter is involved in collaborative research efforts aimed at improving the diagnosis and treatment of PTSD, and has an interest in exploring factors that facilitate or inhibit recovery (e.g., sleep).

Outside of Home Base, Dr. Parmenter is always looking for a good book or restaurant recommendation and enjoys spending time with loved ones – including her dog Dudley.