Radunich, Meg
Counselor - Career and Academic
LC 402
(801) 863-7215
Last Updated: 10/7/15 -

Meg began counseling at UVU in March 2014. Previously, she worked at Utah State University in Logan, Utah as an academic advisor in the general advisement center. As a master’s level intern, she counseled at the Idaho State University Center for New Directions, providing mental health counseling, career counseling, and job placement services to nontraditional students on campus.

Meg loves supporting students as they grow stronger in all aspects - mentally, socially, and emotionally. She is invested in student wellness on campus and currently serves as the club advisor for the National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI) at UVU.

She was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area and has been educated and employed in Utah over the past ten years. She enjoys baseball games, running, and hiking/camping in Utah’s national parks.



Master of Counseling, Mental Health Emphasis, Idaho State University, 2013

Bachelor of Arts, History, Brigham Young University, 2010



Myers Briggs Type Indicator Certification

GS Consultants, August 2014 - Present

Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)

Idaho Board of Professional Counselors and Marriage and Family Therapists, 2013 - Present

Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC)

National Board of Certified Counselors, 2013 - Present



Adjunct Professor - Career and Major Exploration Course

Utah Valley University – Department of College Success, Orem, Utah, August 2014 - Present

  • Teach 3 credit course designed to assist traditional college students in major and career selection
  • Developed 15 week curriculum exploring influences on career choice i.e. personality, interests, aptitudes, values, financial needs, market demands


Career and Academic Counselor

Utah Valley University – Academic Counseling Center, Orem, Utah, March 2015 - Present

  • Advise caseload of 400+ students regarding general education requirements
  • Administer holistic major and career counseling to undecided freshmen, transfer students, and nontraditional students
  • Present Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and Strong Interest Inventories to individual students and UVU classrooms
  • Present at local academic advising conferences


Academic Advisor

Utah State University - University Advising Office, Logan, Utah, August 2013 - March 2014

  • Advised students on academic warning, probation, and provisional status resulting in higher retention rates and increased student success
  • Evaluated incoming applications from top-feeder and out-of-state applicants to determine the likelihood of success at Utah State University
  • Served on academic action committee and decided which students would be readmitted after academic suspension
  • Assisted in conducting orientation sessions for groups of incoming students
  • Recruited prospective Utah State students throughout state of Utah


Counseling Internship

Idaho State University Center for New Directions, Pocatello, Idaho, August 2012 - May 2013

  • Recruited and enrolled College of Technology students
  • Advised students on program and degree requirements, university procedures and policies, personal and educational goals
  • Administered and interpreted MBTI and Strong Interest Inventories to assist students with career exploration
  • Resolved scholarship and financial aid inquiries
  • Taught Cultivating a Student Identity and Striking a School/Life Balance workshops to classrooms of nontraditional students, resulting in higher cohort retention


Counseling Internship

Center Counseling Clinic, Pocatello, Idaho, May 2012 - May 2013

  • Counseled clients struggling with depression, anxiety, drug and alcohol abuse, eating disorders, grief and loss, relationship, and personal concerns
  • Managed caseload of 15-20 clients per week
  • Completed HIPAA and FERPA training


Counseling Practicum

Center Counseling Clinic, Pocatello, Idaho, January 2012 - May 2012

  • Treated clients suffering from mental illness, anxiety, and depression
  • Honed and improved core therapeutic skills by reviewing videotape of counseling sessions weekly with a licensed professional counselor and supervision team



Idaho State University Student Life Office, March 2013 - May 2013

  • Led study on the effectiveness of Idaho State University’s remediation process used with students on probation for alcohol violations, resulting in more efficient office policies and procedures

Idaho State University Mental Health Research Symposium, April 2012

  • Implemented and presented research on mental health needs of religious communities living in Southeast Idaho, resulting in greater awareness of mental health resources

Idaho State University Mental Health Research Symposium, October 2011

  • Presented qualitative research on the professional and personal challenges unique to the female counselor educator’s experience



Utah Advising Association Annual Conference, Heber, Utah, June 2015

Utah Advising Association: Turning Up the Heat in Advising, St. George, Utah, 2015

National Academic Advising Association Annual Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota, October 2014

Utah Advising Association Annual Conference, Weber, Utah, May 2014

Utah State University Inclusive Excellence Symposium, Logan, Utah, October 2013

Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, Denver, Colorado, October 2013

National Academic Advising Association Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah, October 2013

Member of Chi Sigma Iota Counseling Honors Society, Pocatello, Idaho, January 2012 - Current

Center for Change National Eating Disorders Conference participant, Orem, Utah, February 2012

Howard University Americorp Diversity Training participant, Washington DC, April 2010 - July 2010



National Alliance on Mental Illness, campus advisor at Utah Valley University, March 2015 - Current

Chi Sigma Iota Counseling Honors Society Newsletter Chair, Idaho State University, August 2012 - May 2013

Administered depression screenings to college students and community members, Pocatello, Idaho, October 2011

Americorp Volunteer, completed 300 service hours in urban education, Washington DC, April 2010 - August 2010

Tutored and mentored high school students weekly with local TOPS Program, Provo, Utah, September 2004 - April 2005



Brigham Young University School of Education Public Relations Office, December 2008 - April 2010

  • Planned and implemented mentored research conference for more than 200 BYU School of Education students and faculty members
  • Collaborated with faculty members to summarize current research for School of Education website, creating positive public relations for the department and university
  • Wrote press releases for local news agencies, university, and community, increasing the School of Education’s exposure on a local and state level
  • Prepared School of Education marketing materials



  • Skilled in BANNER, File Maker Pro, and Canvas
  • Knowledge of Perry, Schlossberg, Baxter/Magolda, Chickering, Josselson, Kolberg, and other student development theories
  • Competent in Super, Gottfredson, Ginzberg, Holland, Krombolz, Baxter Magolda and other career counseling theories
  • Trained in mental health counseling theories i.e. Gestalt, person-centered, cognitive-behavioral therapy, Adlerian, existential, cultural-relational, and feminist theory
  • Experienced with Focus2, Mynextmove.org. Myplan.com and Skillsone.com career exploration tools