Vivian Morgan has been working with children and families for over 25 years and is currently in private practice in Towson, MD. She works with children (school-age through young adulthood), parents, and adults helping them reach their full potential. She utilizes a cognitive-behavioral approach, mindfulness and trauma informed practices, and a family systems lens in her sessions, while also offering creative expressive strategies to assist understanding and resolving emotional and relational concerns. She has been utilizing Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) in her practice for over 5 years and has helped instruct, inform, and promote the use of EFT for emotional reactivity, stress, anxiety, and trauma. She presented an Introduction to EFT at the Maryland Counseling Association's Annual Conference in October 2020 and continues to offer training around this innovative and interesting technique.
In my work with children, I see parents as an integral part of the helping process for their child. Enhancing personal strengths is fundamental; therefore, parental investment in the process of therapy is critical. Adding coping skills, exploring different ways of looking at a problem, and self-discovery are paramount in becoming an emotionally healthy individual.
Working with young adults is a special honor for me. This particular stage of development involves some existential work, identity formation, and making sense of our family of origin. It is a rich stage of development, incorporating our own set of values and sizing up the risk in being creators of our own destiny.
- Child & Family
Individuals: $170 per session Insurance Accepted: BlueCross/BlueShield and Affiliates, Cigna, John Hopkins EHP Sliding Scale: Offered
CareFirst BCBS, Cigna, JHU EHP
1008 Dulaney Valley Road