Morgan has been working with clients facing a wide array of challenges since 2014. She has helped those who are facing major life transitions, grief, relationship and familial struggles, substance abuse, and self esteem and identity issues with grace, compassion, and keen insight. Additionally, she has provided invaluable help and hope to clients whose lives have been disrupted by trauma, including childhood traumas and domestic violence.
Early in her career, as Morgan saw more clients dealing with trauma, and how pervasive the effects can be, she sought additional training to be even better equipped to help them move toward healing. She has completed training toward becoming certified in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing) therapy to help in single-event, childhood, continuous, or recent trauma.
When working with couples, Morgan draws from her training in Gottman and and in EFT (Emotionally Focused Therapy), two evidence-based methodologies proven to help motivated clients wanting to rebuild or strengthen their relationships.
Morgan helps children with a variety of struggles using play therapy based interventions and including parents in her work because she recognizes the importance of the parent-child relationship, and the expert role parents play in their child’s life. In fact, she is training in PCIT (Parent Child Interaction Therapy), a behavioral therapy with 40 years of research behind it, so that she can more effectively help families with young children reduce defiant, oppositional, and aggressive behaviors.
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