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  • Sandra Morton, LCSW

    As an LCSW with 30+ years in the Behavioral Health Field, I incorporate evidence-based interventions, a broad range of experience, humor, a bit of intuition, and a few tricks of my own. People who struggle with depression and anxiety have had less-than-perfect life experiences. These experiences frequently result in life-interrupting, automatic responses that impair everyday functioning.

    I am trained in EMDR, the gold standard for trauma recovery work. Understanding your internalized “fight, flight, and freeze” responses and reducing the dysregulation caused by it reduces reactive responses when your get triggered. I know how to help you get to the bottom line.

    Are you tired of struggling? Does it seem like no one understands you? Thinking you could use some support and guidance on your journey? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you’ve taken an important and courageous first step!

    If you’re ready, we will work together and figure out your next best steps toward balance and stability to improve your sense of self and your relationships with others while increasing your hope for the future.

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    Trust wellness is possible

    “It is a wise crow who paints its feathers black.”  Fortune Cookie 10/28/22

    “Patience is the key to joy.” Fortune Cookie 10/21/22

    Consider the rose and the dandelion. Both are colorful and beautiful until . . . someone puts a label on it.Katy 1/15/23

    I said, “What about my eyes?” He said, “Keep them on the road.” I said, “What about my passion?” He said, “Keep it burning.” I said, “What about my heart?” He said, “Tell me what you hold inside it?” I said, “Pain and sorrow.” He said, “Stay with it. The wound is the place where the light enters you.”                                      Rumi, 9/30/1207, Balkh (Afghanistan)

    “Life is not about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.”

                                                           George Bernard Shaw