My Approach to Helping
As a queer woman and North Carolina native, I understand the unique challenges and resiliency in recognizing and living your true identity.
Rebecca Morgan is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 6 years of experience providing direct therapeutic care. She is passionate about working with young adults and adults in identifying what’s getting in the way of reaching their goals and working together to achieve a more fulfilled life. She specializes in understanding and supporting the LGBTQIA+ community and feels especially passionate about working with trans and non-binary folks. She also specializes in treating anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, life transitions, and developing stronger coping skills for all walks of life.
Rebecca completed her Master of Social Work (MSW) degree at Columbia University in 2017. As a queer woman who worked at the historic LGBT Center in NYC, she specializes in understanding issues unique to gender and sexual identities. She is highly trained in dialectical behavioral therapy and is passionate about helping people develop coping skills to improve their emotion regulation, self-esteem, and relationships with others. She is also trained in eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), internal family systems (IFS), and somatic awareness, all therapies that are highly effective in treating and resolving trauma. We all experience challenges in life, and through therapy, we can move through these challenges alongside someone highly trained to help. It is a brave step to begin or continue working on these challenges to move closer to your goals. Working with Rebecca means having someone who will utilize validation, honesty, and a bit of humor to create a solid therapeutic relationship in order to help you achieve your life-worth-living goals.