Dr. Megan Clunan is an assistant professor within the Psychology and Human Services Department of Montreat College. Dr. Clunan is a licensed mental health counselor (FL) 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.
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: an M.A. in Marriage and Family Counseling, a Masters of Theology, and a Ph.D. in Psychology and Counseling. She is certified in various evidence-based models, including trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy.
Apart from work, Dr. Clunan enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, swimming, and running.
Clunan, Megan. Factors Impacting Marital Satisfaction within Church Planter Marriages in the United States.
Doctoral dissertation. 2016.
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.