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Jaylyn Morgan, LCSW, LCAS

Jaylyn Morgan, LCSW, LCAS


9 years of experience

Finding a nonjudgmental therapist who values your insight into your own life can be a challenge. I wish for my clients to know that I respect their expertise on their own lives and am honored to be allowed in during a time that may feel vulnerable and uncertain. I take a holistic approach, acknowledging that personal challenges are not often the result of one simple problem. Therefore, we can work collaboratively to pursue a variety of solutions. In the process, you have the potential to gain stronger self-awareness and grow the relationship you have, not only with yourself, but also with the world around you. I strive to create a safe space where all can feel comfortable being expressive and will feel fully supported in their therapeutic journey. I am truly looking forward to meeting you and teaming up to find the life are ready for.

What can clients expect to take away from sessions with you?

In our first session together, you can expect that we will begin with brief introductions and will slowly begin exploring potential goals for our time together. You will be able to set your own pace and share as much or as little as you feel comfortable.

Explain to clients what areas you feel are your biggest strengths.

I pride myself on the rapport and trust that I build with the clients that I serve. I strongly believe in the power of the therapeutic relationship and how it can empower people to make the changes that they desire. My professional goal was always to work with a variety of clients so that I did not limit myself in how I understand the human experience. I am always learning with each person I meet, which continues to aid my growth as a professional.

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I believe that everyone has strengths even if it can be challenging to identify them at first. I have always utilized a strengths based approach and have found that it can be very encouraging, promote self esteem, and inspire hope