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Morgan Graves is not only a contemporary mental health professional, but she is also a trusted advisor to therapists transitioning to private practice.
Fueled by her curiosity, Morgan’s humanistic approach to life and mental health is what makes her relatable to everyone she serves. Her private therapy practice, Royal Phoenix Life Services, supports individuals, couples, and entrepreneurs so they can thrive in their life’s journey to healing, wellness and growth.
After an impactful career in education, Morgan leveraged her skills as a teacher and professional school counsellor to create a private therapy practice. Her quest for independence, high achievement and a healthier work-life balance motivated her to show up for herself and exceed all expectations. As a result, Morgan quickly scaled her private therapy practice from part-time to full-time.
Known for her warm smile and unique personal touch, her commitment to giving back and supporting others inspired Morgan to turn her experience into a consulting service where she guides fellow practitioners in realising their potential to create income as entrepreneurs in private practice.
A National Certified Counsellor (NCC) and Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counsellor Associate (LCMHCA), Morgan earned a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counselling and a Master of Arts in School Counselling from North Carolina Central University. She also earned a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
A lover of family and fun adventures, you can find Morgan travelling, taking a run, or having a good laugh!
During this episode, Morgan and I have an open and transparent conversation about the following topics and more:
- Signs of anxiety and depression
- Wellness prevention and being active about your mental health
- Copying skills and strategies for dealing with difficulties in life
- How journaling can support mental health
- Ultimatum on Netflix
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What You Need to Know About Private Practice