Michelle Morgan, MA, LPCC
I believe that true and lasting growth is the intentional process of rejecting “un-health” in your life in order to empower your highest good. When you are ready, you can recognize that harmful beliefs you have endorsed are not true and must be un-believed in order to heal and grow. Your true self is naturally healthy and free and only needs to be uncovered! I work to achieve a balance between mind, body, and spirit in my own life and it is my goal to employ this balance as I work with clients in progressing towards their goals.
“When I dare to be powerful, to use my strength in the service of my vision, then it becomes less and less important whether I am afraid.” – Audre Lorde
Serving clients from teens to adult in individual, couples and family sessions. LGBTQ+ affirming.
Techniques used are: moral recognition therapy and CBT. In particular her interests are: trauma, relationships, anxiety, stress, anger, empowerment, women’s issues, and grief.
Received Master of Arts in Counseling from Webster University in 2009
Has been a Federal Program Coordinator, a Residential Recovery Treatment Coordinator, and a Compulsive Gambling Treatment Coordinator as well as served as Clinical Supervisor to numerous clinicians
Worked for UNM Children’s Psychiatric Unit
Has worked for Rape Crisis for Central New Mexico