Dr. Megan Cannedy is an Assistant Professor of clinical mental health counseling at CCU and co-clinician with Metroplex Counseling and Wellness in Texas. She received her PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision and her MA in Clinical Psychology, and is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Texas and California. Dr. Cannedy has had the privilege to counsel a diverse range of populations throughout the United States including Title One Schools, substance abuse programs, college campuses, juvenile residential services, and current private practice. Dr. Cannedy has served as a counselor, educator, researcher, supervisor, and advocate in identifying youth mental health and developmental needs through faith-integrated and culturally competent treatment approaches. Dr. Cannedy actively engages in research and has published within multiple peer-reviewed journals and books and presented at national conference platforms. She previously lead as the co-editor of the Faith in Action, and currently serves as a contributing editor for the Journal of Psychology and Christianity.
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