East Dallas Therapy

morgan myers

licensed professional counselor

Morgan grew up in the bible belt of Texas and felt the constraints of living in a rigid, christian environment. Her experience with depression as a child and through adulthood showed her what a lonely journey this could be. It compelled her to cultivate mental health and emotional resilience in her own life. As an adult, she again struggled to find the right kind of postpartum care while having her two beautiful daughters, and that’s why her passion for mothers and mental health is evident in her platform Motherlift. Morgan believes that therapy, community, and transparency are tools that can offer us hope. She is no stranger to the lifelong road we walk in our mental health journey, and she devotes her life to her clients as they walk this path.

Morgan specializes in:

postpartum depression
postpartum anxiety
pain from church or religion
past family hurt
doubt in your faith
burn out as a mom

biography

Morgan Myers has a bachelors in Psychology and a Masters in Clinical Mental Health from Texas A&M University Commerce. She has extensive experience working with families and parents- coaching them in connecting with their children in a meaningful way. She’s worked with women processing past church hurt and deconstructing their faith. She’s also worked with women after having a baby. Many of these moms come to counseling because they’re struggling with postpartum depression and anxious thoughts with a new born.In her free time she gardens, writes poetry, and spends time with her friends and family.

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motherlift

Morgan has a side-project called Motherlift that was founded  alongside her sisters Macy (doula) and Meg (designer). At Motherlift, they don’t hold back about what happens to our minds and bodies during pregnancy and the years surrounding it. They aim to educate and encourage from pre-conception all the way through parenting.

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what happens in a session

Morgan’s Fees

The first intake session is $160 and  subsequent sessions are $120. We accept FSA and HSA, credit cards, cash, or check. We do not accept insurance. However depending on your insurance benefits you may still be able to reimburse your sessions using “out of network” coverage.

  • You explore past hurt and trauma and find a way through it. You begin to move beyond the self criticism that holds you back.

  • You understand your needs and begin to ask for what you want in your marriage, work and with family.

  • You talk through the identity shift that happens when you become a mother, and process your pregnancy, birth story, and postpartum feelings.

  • You process past rejection, the need to perform, and legalism from the church. Talk through your doubts about faith, deconstruct it and decide what you want to carry with you.

kate miller

family counselor

Clients often come to me when their children are having big feelings that they’re having a hard time understanding and dealing with. My specialties include big life transitions – such as the birth or adoption of a sibling, a move or change of schools or the loss of an important person in a child’s life. I love talking with kids about adjusting to a new diagnosis or ongoing physical or intellectual difference in a child. Sometimes we deal with recovery from a traumatic event or ongoing traumatic situations like abuse or neglect. My goal is to help children learn emotional regulation and give them the coping skills they need to thrive in life.

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Kate Specializes In:

children with trauma
children with anxiety
differently abled

what happens in a session

Kate’s Fees

The first intake session is $160 and any subsequent sessions are $110. We accept FSA and HSA, credit cards, cash, or check. We do not accept insurance, however depending on your insurance benefits you may still be able to reimburse your sessions using “out of network” coverage.

  • You build a stronger connection with your child.

  • You get a sounding board for all of your parenting questions and concerns.

  • Your child has someone they trust to talk to and vent what they’re feeling.

  • Your child learns more coping skills for their big feelings.

  • Your child has a safe place to practice calming their emotions, asking for what they need, and more.