Maegan is a Client Services Coordinator
Maegan received her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Brigham Young University. During her time at BYU, she worked for two years at a psychological clinic on campus that served students, their families, and other members of the community, as well as became involved as a research assistant on a project examining adolescent obesity and sleep. She also worked as an intern for Hope4Utah, a K-12 suicide prevention school program, where she was able to contribute to both the parent and high school manuals for the curriculum.
Additionally, Maegan worked as a teaching assistant for four separate psychology-related courses, including women’s studies, research design and methods, social psychology, and abnormal psychology. To gain more clinical experience, she volunteered as a peer mentor at the Utah State Hospital working with adolescent girls with a range of mental health concerns and in-need of residential care. She also worked with special needs children as a respite care volunteer with Kids on the Move.
Maegan has a strong passion for clinical psychology and working with children, adolescents, and families and plans to pursue a graduate degree in child clinical psychology.