Amy Morgan (she, her, hers) is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and a certified Open Dialogue practitioner providing support and therapy to individuals, families, and social networks. She received her master’s degree in social work from Boston University in 2005.
Through developing meaningful connections, Amy is focused on helping people in the ways they want to be helped and feel, helped. She believes that each person is the expert on themselves. She offers the space, time, support, and guidance for greater understanding of their distress and emotional suffering.
She believes there is collective wisdom within a person, a family and/or a social network of supports, if a person so chooses to include them in the therapeutic process.
Amy’s professional experiences and training include clinical, administrative, and senior leadership roles working within a large, non-profit organization for 28 years. For the past four years she has established her own private practice in addition to her work at Aurora Counseling Associates.
She works with teens (16+) and adults with an array of mental health struggles; people who have had major disruptions and endured significant turbulence in their lives; adults who utilize self-injury; adults with suicidal ideas and intent; adults with distressing experiences often labeled as “psychosis”; adults with substance use
challenges; and adults with difficulties in managing their relationships and maintaining their home environments. She draws on all of her training over the years to determine, with the person and/or family she is supporting, which approach in their work together will be most helpful.
Amy offers both in person and teletherapy sessions.
Amy lives in central Massachusetts. She is a mother of two young adults, a lover of animals and finds peace and solitude from the ocean. Amy is described as kind and compassionate with an unwavering commitment to advocacy, and the protection of human rights.
Amy is at 508-650-0991, ext. 905. She accepts Blue Cross/Blue Shield and Tufts.