About

Co-Creation Counseling,LLC

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Liz Morgan, LPC

Since 2012, I’ve been working as a Licensed Professional Counselor helping people manage stress and create the life they want. Everyone has the right to a happy and fulfilling life. I coach clients in a way that utilizes both their heads and their hearts. My passion for helping people started with my first clinical role at a residential treatment center for substance use. It was my first time I saw people radically change their lives. I wanted to expand my expertise beyond the conventional and started working for a Native American reservation. There, we combined western and traditional Native practices. The outcome was exhilarating. This led me to study additional alternative healing techniques and holistic therapies. 

I started Co-Creation Counseling to provide a holistic counseling approach that combines the traditional and non-traditional evidence-based practices. With genuine support and the right tools, you can create lasting change in your life. It doesn't matter where you are or where you have been, things can be changed by you now.

 

 

Contact me with any questions or to schedule a free consultation.

 

Best,

Liz Morgan, MA, LPC, CAADC, CTP, ADS
 

Experience

Experienced. Certified. Supportive.

Clinical

2020- Present

Intake specialist, Oaklawn Hospital

2017-2019

Behavioral Health Consultant, Family Health Center 

2012-2014

Clinical Therapist, Our Hope Association

2012

Grief Support, Gilda's Club 

2014-2017

Behavioral Health Clinician, The Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi

Qualifications

2017

Acudetox Specialist (ADS)

2016

Certified Trauma Practioner (CTP)

2015

2012

MA Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Western Michigan University

2008

BA Psychology, Grand Valley State University

School of The Work, Byron Katie

2014

Certified Advanced Alcohol & Drug Counselor (CAADC)

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Office

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Support Staff

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Jax (left) & Anubis (right) help support me as I support you.

They may be seen in the background at times during telehealth sessions.

For in-person services. They are not accessible or in sight.

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