Isolation, loneliness, and lack of connection are all critical health issues many of us are experiencing in the world today. Life is guaranteed to come with challenges, and sometimes, we can play a part in our own suffering because we are too afraid to ask for help. I get it- asking for help can be scary, but please remember you are so deserving of the freedom that comes with releasing the pain and hurt. If you are experiencing a season of life that feels too difficult to bear alone, you’re in the right place. It takes an immense amount of courage to make the decision to get “unstuck” and share your story with a therapist.
My name is Nyla Morgan, and I am a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor III. I received my undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of Dayton and my master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Xavier University. I have experience treating clients with substance use disorders, prison reentry, PTSD, depression, anxiety, and various mood disorders.
As a therapist, I can see the possibilities that you might not see quite yet. I’m a listener by nature, and through compassion, empathy, connectivity, and safety, I will encourage and challenge you to move beyond your stuck points. Together, we will develop practical skills tailored to your individual needs to move you toward a place of healing. I will be happy to walk alongside you and guide you on this journey of creating an improved quality of life.
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