Morgan Woeller specializes in working with children ages four to twelve and their families. She previously worked as an elementary school teacher and school counselor. Additionally, about 20% of her clientele are adult individuals and marriages.
Morgan assists children through social-emotional struggles, behavioral changes, dealing with grief and loss, strengthening self-esteem, anger management, and handling peer-relationships. She works with many families dealing with deployment and reintegration into the family system. She partners with parents to facilitate growth and change in the family system when needed.
She has experience in helping children and adults heal from the impact of personal and relational issues. She has received specific training in Child-Centered Play Therapy though the University of North Texas’s Summer Intensive-Institute and Intimacy Therapy from the Center For Relational Care.
Morgan employs a client-centered therapeutic model (CCPT) when working with children and relational therapy model (Intimacy Therapy) when working with the family system.
Morgan and her husband have been married since 2008 and have one daughter, born in 2014. Morgan enjoys spending time with family and friends, walking in the neighborhood, boating on Lake Belton, and just about any outdoor activity. She also loves to learn and attends several training workshops and conferences each year to refine her knowledge and skills.
- Licensed Professional Counselor
- Play Therapy (most commonly used for children ages 4-9)
- Activity Therapy (most commonly used for children ages 9-14)
- Family Therapy
- Masters of Science in Counseling Psychology
- Bachelors of Science in Applied Learning and Development