Morgan Spivey, MS, ALC, NCC
I am an Associate Licensed Counselor in private practice, practicing under the supervision of Larry K. Daniels, M.A., LPC-s, Supervising Counselor. It was my own story that brought me to the field of counseling. I was familiar with working towards healing on my own, but I realized that I needed a wise guide to care for my story and soul. This experience grew a passion in me to offer the same to others. I earned a Masters of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Troy University and certification as a National Certified Counselor from the NBCC. I have extensive training in the area of trauma and abuse from the Allender Center at the Seattle School of Psychology and Theology, as well as training in EMDR and Play Therapy.
Loving Jesus is something that is integrated within the fiber of who I am. That relationship informs me as I engage with my clients, but I understand that traumatic events can fragment the way we view God, each other, and the world around us. I am comfortable processing complexities in matters of faith with my clients.
I am passionate about being with my clients. Sharp clinical skills and a warm, safe environment are of utmost importance. I believe the therapeutic relationship is one of the most important factors in whether or not counseling is effective, and I collaborate with new clients to make sure it is a good fit.
“The work of restoration cannot begin until a problem is fully faced.”
― Dan Allender