Marilyn M. Morgan, LPCC, LPC, is a well-versed professional clinical counselor who attends to patients at her private practice in Leland, NC. She helps clients with issues such as grief and loss, trauma and PTSD, disaster survival issues, substance abuse, domestic violence, relationship problems, impulse control, anger management, depression, anxiety, mood disorders, and addictions. Marilyn uses techniques such as Jungian Depth Psychology, Gestalt therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, psycho-spiritual integration, holotropic breathwork, cognitive behavioral therapy. Her impressive professional journey spans thirty-six years and her areas of expertise cover all facets of her work. Over the years, Marilyn has worked on military bases in Alaska, Germany, New Jersey, and Texas.
Education and Training
Cleveland State University M.Ed in Counseling 1983
Kutztown State University B.S Elementary Education 1973
Marilyn M. Morgan, LPCC, LPC's Expert Contributions
You did not say how old your son is. If he is a baby or toddler, that would be in the normal range. He probably is very shy by nature. READ MORE
Do not try to be even with each child. They see that as not genuine. Fair yes but not necessarily totally equal. Each child must get what they "need" at the time. Please spend separate time with each child. Especially the father, for children of both sexes need their father's attention and input (even more than a mother's). READ MORE
Professional Society Memberships
- Disaster Assistance Relief Team; Association of Trauma Professionals
What do you attribute your success to?
- Making people comfortable by being genuine, personable, a good listener and paying attention.
Areas of research
- She attended the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland for three years and is a certified Problem Gambling Counselor. Also Marilyn is trained in Critical Incident Stress Management and certified in Integrative Breathwork from the Eupsychia institute.
- Marilyn has worked on military bases in Germany, Alaska, Texas, and New Jersey.
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Get to know Counselor Marilyn M. Morgan, who serves patients in Leland, North Carolina.
Marilyn M. Morgan is a counselor serving Leland and the surrounding communities, where she practices through her self-named private practice, a practice committed to helping others. She is on a quest for techniques that can provide real solutions. The wide range of techniques she uses allows her to easily tailor a treatment plan to fit a person’s individual needs. Additionally, she has extensive practical experience in helping people resolve emotional problems. She has worked with clients in in-patient, out-patient, and residential facilities. Now, she councils couples, individuals and teens in her office, on the phone, or in their own homes.
In 1983, Marilyn earned her Masters of Education in Counseling at Cleveland State University giving her over three decades of experience in her field. Marilyn is trained in Critical Incident Stress Management also known as Crisis Care and has worked on military bases in Germany, Alaska, Texas, and New Jersey. She is also certified in Psycho-Spiritual Integration, Integrative Breathwork from the Eupsychia institute and in Level 1 Emotional Freedom Technique. She attended the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland for 3 years and is a certified Problem Gambling Counselor from the New Mexico Council for problem gambling. As a trauma professional, she is certified for the Disaster Assistance Relief Team.
To stay up to date in her field, Marilyn maintains a professional membership with the Association of Trauma Professionals (ATP). The ATP is a non-profit organization specializing in offering professional certifications in trauma assessment and treatment. They promote the highest standards in accredited certifications for today’s mental health professionals.
Counseling is a health care profession dedicated to the use of an interactive helping process focusing on the needs, problems, or feelings of the patient and their significant others to enhance or support coping, problem-solving, and interpersonal relationships. As a counselor, Marilyn is specialized in treating clients with issues such as grief and loss, trauma and PTSD, disaster survival issues, substance abuse, domestic violence, relationship problems, impulse control, anger management, depression, anxiety, mood disorders, and addictions.
With extensive experience in her field, Marilyn has treated thousands of patients.
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