Megan Strand, ACMHC

Primary Therapist


Megan grew up in Northern Utah where you could find her playing many different sports and riding horses on her family’s farm. Megan moved to Cedar City in 2015 to pursue an education from Southern Utah University. During that time, Megan worked as a mentor to adolescent girls at a treatment center, which is what inspired Megan to become a therapist. Megan graduated SUU in 2019 with her degrees in criminal justice and psychology with an emphasis in human services. She then moved to Alabama where she graduated with her degree in clinical mental health counseling from the University of Montevallo.

Megan is a huge Disney fan and also enjoys anything and everything outdoors. Some of her favorite activities include camping, fishing, riding horses, riding dirt bikes, shooting, going to country music concerts, and attending rodeos throughout the beautiful state of Utah. Megan has two dogs, one of which is a therapy dog that comes to work with her.