Meet the Team
Professional Counselor-BSP, CRADC, DAIP, SQP
Bachelor of Science in Psychology
Certified Alcohol and Counselor Domestic Abuse Intervention Professional Understanding that recovery is possible! My complicated past led me to counseling. This personal battle allows me to relate and understand what you are experiencing. Remember when you feel all alone, like nobody understands, and feel like giving up, Morgan Counseling Service, LLC is here for you.
Professional Counselor-MAADCII, DAIP
No judgment. That is how I like to counsel my clients. This is because I have been there. I was an active alcoholic and addict from 12 years old up until I was 36 years old. I have been on each end of domestic violence, so I have perspective from both sides. My previous lifestyle helps me understand you and you will encourage me to grow as well. My mission is to share experiences to allow us to live a clean and sober life and finally feel like we are alive instead of just trying to survive. I believe that all of us have the power to beat addiction. Your journey is just getting started and it is going to be the most transformative and beautiful experience of your life.
Professional Counselor-B.A.P, CADC
From witnessing domestic violence, to having family dysfunction due to drugs and alcohol, my story may be the same and different to many people. I intend on helping people understand that recovery is possible. Support comes in many shapes and forms.
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, CAS, LPC
The angry, argumentative, and underperforming child is often seen by others as the product of lax parenting. This unfortunate characterization has had a great impact on the way our children are viewed by schools, employers, and society in general. The fact is parents often exhaust various recommended "fixes" and desperately want things to be normal. I have over 25 years of experience working with children and families. I understand the daily struggles parents routinely face. I know how school performance, relationships, and behavior are impacted when children struggle. I understand the frustrations associated with a child who "acts out" and underperforms.