Morgann Gould, BS
Mental Health Practitioner-In Training
I provide services for adult individuals and work in two Depression, Anxiety, and Trauma Intensive Outpatient Programs. I am passionate about helping individuals who are experiencing symptoms of depression, anxiety, trauma, eating disorders, as well as, grief and loss.
My goal as a counselor is to meet clients where they are at and create a genuine, safe, and compassionate environment for them to heal. I strive to utilize up-to-date techniques that align with the client’s background, population, and culture. I believe working collaboratively with the client to explore their biological, psychological, social, and spiritual needs will lead to whole-person healing and lasting restoration. I align most with the principles and techniques practiced in Individual Psychology, Person-Centered Therapy, and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy. I also enjoy integrating Christian beliefs and practices into the therapy process for those desiring this approach.
Education: I am currently working to obtain a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Adler Graduate School in pursuit of becoming a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor.
- Intensive trainings in the neurobiology of anxiety, and healing grief and loss.