Morgan Myers, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor for women

I help mothers adjust to the changes of a growing family. I help women learn to cope with depression and anxiety- especially when it comes to faith, past pain in the church, and relationships.

I know the process of seeing you need help is tough. It’s sometimes confusing and overwhelming. It’s like what used to work doesn’t work anymore. It can be a discouraging and lonely place.

The most rewarding part of my job is meeting you where you are and carrying your burden with you. It might be your past pain, regret, or trauma. It might be disappointment in others, yourself, or your life. It might be a big ball of confusion and despair. Nothing is too much, too shameful, or too burdensome. I am here to meet you where you are.

Contact me to setup an appointment.

May the seeds of peace be scattered, birthing trees whose shade gives us rest.

The Brilliance

Professional info

I graduated with a Bachelors in Psychology from Liberty University and a Masters in Clinical Mental Health from Texas A&M University- Commerce in 2016. All while working and having 2 daughters. I’ve been married for 10 years and have worked in the church and with women of faith for the past 15 years.

I am passionate about helping my clients regardless of their religious background. I have experience counseling teens with depression and anxiety (to teens reading this, click here), young adult depression and anxiety, and postpartum depression for young moms. I’ve also provided parenting classes for dozens of women over the past 2 years. I also have a educational platform for mothers wanting support and understanding themselves, their needs, and how to be a fully present mother to their kids! It’s called Motherlift.
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In my free time I like to garden in my ever-expanding and ever-wild garden. I like to walk around White Rock Lake with my girls, my husband and my dog, Wylie. I love being creative and working with my hands. I also love a good old-fashioned with friends.

What happens in my office…

  • Moms feel understood and supported

  • Teens have a safe person to talk to about complicated and tough things.

  • Women learn to care for themselves in a healthy way and create better boundaries in their relationships.

  • We explore past hurt and trauma and find a way through it together.

  • Christians voice concerns with their faith, church, and wounds within their spiritual community.

  • Women process their doubts and deconstruct what faith they were given to find out what they want to carry with them.

The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just I am, then I can change. 

Carl Rogers, Father of Person-Centered Counseling Theory

The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just I am, then I can change.


Let’s Get Started

Make an appointment today to begin the process of healing. We want to hear from you what your goals are, where you’ve been and where you want to go.