Dr. Megan Clunan is an assistant professor in the Psychology and Human Services Department at Montreat College. Dr. Clunan earned her B.A. from Florida State University in international affairs. Dr. Clunan’s graduate degrees were earned from the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary — a M.A. in marriage and family counseling, a master’s of theology, and a Ph.D. in psychology and counseling.
Dr. Clunan is a licensed professional counselor, a licensed mental health counselor and certified supervisor for mental health counseling and marriage and family therapy interns pursuing licensure. She has extensive experience working with survivors of childhood sexual abuse trauma, at-risk youth, and issues related to marriage and family. She is certified in various evidence-based models, including trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy.
Dr. Clunan’s professional passion involves the integration of counseling psychology with Christian theology for the purpose of holistic client care.
Clunan, Megan. & Armstrong, Norèal. “The case of Harper, courageous cultural conversations in the counseling room: Overcoming complacency with competence and confidence” in Cases on Cross Cultural Counseling Strategies (2019). IGI Global.
Clunan, Megan. “Narrative therapy in Christian counseling.” Journal of Applied Christian Counseling, 4.2 (2018), 1-10.
Clunan, Megan. “Spiritual intimacy and the church planter marriage.” American Association of Christian Counselors, Transformation, 10.1 (2017), 1-3.
Clunan, Megan. Factors Impacting Marital Satisfaction within Church Planter Marriages in the United States. Doctoral dissertation. 2016. Retrieved from ProQuest Dissertations and Theses.
Clunan, Megan. “Counseling Excellence, a More Biblical View.” American Association of Christian Counselors, Transformation 7.1 (2014): 6-8.
Clunan, Megan. “Fear is Freedom.” American Association of Christian Counselors, Transformation 6.3 (2013): 1-2.
Clunan, Megan and Armstrong, Noreal. “Courageous Cultural Conversations: Overcoming Complacency with Competency.” North Carolina Counseling Association (2020).
Clunan, Megan. “Entitlement is a Secondary Culture: What is the Primary Culture and What is the Antidote?” Appalachian College Association (2019).
Clunan, Megan. “The Ethical Necessity to Address the Whole Client: Why Spirituality Isn’t Antithetical to Counseling Psychology.” North Carolina Counseling Association (2019).
Clunan, Megan. “Trauma in Children and Adolescents.” Montreat College Continuing Education Workshop for Community Providers (2019).
Clunan, Megan and Armstrong, Noreal. “Food Therapy: How Food Impacts Mental Health.” North Carolina Counseling Association (2018).
Clunan, Megan. “Mental Health and Military Students.” North Carolina Student Transition Resource Initiative for Veteran’s Education (2017).