Mera Colling, MA, LPCC

Mera Colling, MA, LPCC, enjoys working primarily with young adults and adolescents, particularly those who struggle with self-harm and thinking about suicide.


Mera uses a person-centered and positive psychology approach to therapy. She works to help people learn the coping skills needed to manage depression and anxiety, and to create positive relationships, positive communication with family and friends, and to help them love and appreciate their own gifts.


Mera has experience working with individuals who struggle with self-injurious behaviors, suicidal ideation, borderline personality traits, asperger's, chemical dependency and addiction, trauma and abuse, depression, anxiety, family systems, transgender clients during transition, and social communication challenges. She has also completed coursework in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT).

Mera earned her master's degree in Counseling Psychology at Adler Graduate School. Outside of her work at SBCC, Mera enjoys figure skating and takes lessons most of the year.