Megan Clark, LPCA

Confidential Voicemail: 704-375-5354 ext 403
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Office Locations

Harrison United Methodist Church
15008 Lancaster Highway
Community Outreach Building
Pineville, NC 28134

Harrison UMC, Pineville

Harrison United Methodist Church is located approximately 1 mile south of the intersection of Ballantine Commons Parkway and Lancaster Highway, or approximately 5 miles south of the South Blvd exit off I-485. South Blvd. becomes Polk St, which becomes Lancaster Highway. The church is on the right. The Community Outreach Building is the small white building located at the rear of the campus, behind Hammill Hall, Building 200. Stroll through the courtyard between the Sanctuary and Hamilton Hall; Building 300 is located just to the left. The counseling office is the first door on the left.



Megan is a North Carolina Licensed Professional Counselor Associate (LPCA). She has additional training in Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) for couples and Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) for foster and adoptive families.


Megan earned her Master of Arts in Christian Counseling degree from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in 2013. While in graduate school, Megan did practicum rotations in a church setting, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg jail, a women's halfway house, and a private practice. Before attending graduate school, Megan completed her undergraduate degree at Middle Tennessee State University and spent several years on Young Life staff, working with tweens, teens and college students. Later, Megan led children's grief and support groups for Inheritance of Hope, a non-profit specializing in the care and support of families facing terminal illness.


Megan enjoys working with individuals, couples and families. She specializes in adoptive families, women's issues, and couples counseling. Megan's counseling approaches vary to suit the needs of each client, and include Emotionally Focused Therapy, Trust-Based Relational Intervention, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Internal Family Systems. Megan has experience in counseling those struggling with anxiety, depression, transition issues, infertility/adoption, disability/chronic and terminal illness, special needs parenting, loss/grief issues, trauma, childhood abuse, and separation/divorce issues. Her main desire is to see individuals, couples and families thrive in life - emotionally, relationally and spiritually.

Mission Statement

Being dedicated to the healing of heart, mind, and soul, we provide excellent emotional, spiritual, and relational health care to all people of the Carolinas.

Sanctuary Counseling Group is an accredited service center of the American Association of Pastoral Counselors and the Solihten Institute.