Morgan is a counseling professional who earned her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Mercer University. She has recently joined the team at Clarity Psychological Group and looks forward to meeting with clients on their journey to becoming more whole, enlightened and self-loving individuals.
Morgan enjoys working with individuals of all ages and couples who are seeking a safe and nurturing environment to maneuver through any obstacles that may be impeding them to live life to their full potential. Her strengths and experience include working with people struggling with issues ranging from general to significant life transitions, unmanageable stress, anxiety, depression, crisis, trauma, PTSD, substance use issues, sexuality issues (LGBTQIA), dual diagnosis, bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, relational struggles, career transition or difficulty and a variety of other general life occurrences.
Morgan’s therapeutic approach relies on individual’s unique needs, and is anchored in her desire and ability to be there not only for the individual but with them, while assisting them in their growth through body, mind and spirit. It is her perspective of people as whole and able beings which informs her approach. Morgan’s focus is the individual’s mental wellness therefore appreciating the strength and resilience each individual has to offer.
Morgan is an active member of The American Counseling Association and the Licensed Professional Counselors Association. She is passionate about community and has been involved with local initiatives for homelessness through Hands on Atlanta and independent initiatives such as the Nicholas House Project. She has been honored as a member of Chi Sigma Iota, an international honor society. Morgan received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Georgia State University. Prior to joining forces with the Clarity Psychological Group she completed a year-long internship at Peachford Hospital where she gained valuable experience working with individuals facing crisis and trauma.