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Morgan Myers, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor for women

I help women who feel:

  • Boxed in by self-doubt
  • Stuck in self-criticism
  • Crippled by the expectations of others

Some women come to me burned out and wanting to understand where they went wrong. Sometimes women come in to process their past pain from church and religion like:

  • rejection
  • dark night of the soul
  • legalism
  • doubt in God.

It can be so difficult to even know what we need, let alone asking for those needs to be met.

Many of my clients are trying to cope with depression or stress from this season of life. Sometimes we work on healing their past pain so they can grow and move on. 

I walk along side you as you discover what’s holding you back so you can grow into a happier, more hopeful life.

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

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Professional Information

I have a bachelors in Psychology and a Masters in Clinical Mental Health from Texas A&M University Commerce. I have 2 little girls and have been married over 10 years to an Anglican priest. In my free time I like to garden, write poetry, and be with my 2 wild little girls.

About Motherlift

I have a side-project called Motherlift. I founded it alongside my Doula sister- Macy Morrow. Motherlift is an educational platform for mothers in every stage of motherhood. We help women from pregnancy through parenting cope with all the changes, chaos, and challenges that come with the role of motherhood. It’s a total blast!

Check out motherlift

What happens in my office…

  • Women start to move beyond the criticism that held them back

  • Women understand their needs and ask for what they need in their marriage, at work and in their families.

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

  • Women process past rejection, the need to perform, and legalism from the church.

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

Services and Fees

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.


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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. 
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