We all live with the objective of being happy; our lives are all different and yet the same.
Our mission is to provide you with the highest quality service to meet your goals in therapy and life. We believe that a client-centered approach to treatment offers you the chance for self-exploration, identification of personal strengths, and accomplishments of personal goals. Each individual develops their own unique treatment plan based on presenting issues or concerns. Our environment is warm, caring, and non-judgmental to help facilitate mutual trust, respect, and unconditional positive regard. We offer both brief and long-term psychotherapy to help with a wide range of concerns. We offer comprehensive services for individuals from 6 years old through the senior years.
Common issues we provide services for include: depression and mood disorders, anxiety disorders, trauma and PTSD, personality disorders, ADHD, behavioral issues, bereavement and grief, stress management
We offer comprehensive testing and evaluation services to help guide appropriate therapeutic intervention and treatment recommendations. Each evaluation is based on a referral question to help meet your individual needs. Evaluations are performed for children, adolescents, and adults.
Common referrals for psychological evaluations include: psychological evaluations to determine current psychological functioning, comprehensive ADHD (ADD) evaluations, psycho-educational evaluations for specific learning disabilities, pre-employment testing for law enforcement as well as other companies, bariatric pre-surgery evaluations, Social Security Disability Administration evaluations
Who We Are
The good life is a process, not a state of being. It is a direction, not a destination.
~ Carl Rogers
Dr. Laci Morgan grew up in Henderson, TX. She attended Stephen F. Austin State University after graduating high school and earned a BA degree in psychology. From here, she moved to Dallas to pursue her doctorate degree at Argosy University. She graduated from this program with a MA degree in Clinical Psychology in 2005 and a PsyD degree in 2007. Her practicum training was completed at Timberlawn Psychiatric Hospital focusing on severe and persistent mental illnesses as well as a special focus with trauma populations. She completed her internship with Rockdale Regional Juvenile Justice Center in Rockdale, TX and a post-doctoral fellowship with Granbury Regional Juvenile Justice Center in Granbury, TX, both working with youth in the justice system. She then gained new and exciting educational experiences in Wyoming working for Yellowstone Behavioral Health Center providing community out-patient services for individuals with severe and persistent mental illnesses. In 2012 she felt it was time to return to her roots and opened a private practice for the local community. In 2018 she and her husband opened KC Creek Equestrian, an equine assisted psychotherapy center. She is fully licensed in both Texas and Wyoming to practice independently. She is a member of the American Psychological Association, Texas Psychological Association, International Critical Incident Stress Foundation, and a National Health Service Corp Alumni. She is also a certified EMDR clinician and a PATH Intl. certified Equine Specialist in Mental Health.
Daniel Cabrera grew up in Bonham, TX. He attended East Texas Baptist University after graduating high school and earned a BS degree in Psychology and a MA in Counseling. He is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Behavioral Health at Arizona State University. He completed his practicum hours and gained several years of experience with Adult Intensive Services at Community HealthCore. He is currently a Licensed Professional Counselor-Intern. He is a member of the Texas Counseling Association. Daniel currently resides in Henderson, TX with his wife, Taryn. He is joining Morgan Counseling and Assessment, LLC. with the strong desire to give back and be a voice for Henderson and the Greater-East Texas area.
"What if I fall?" Oh but my darling, what if you fly?
ACCEPTED INSURANCE PLANS:
Access Direct PPO
BlueCross and BlueShield (PPO Only)
TriWest Region 3
United (Compass and Choice Plans)
Out of Network as applicable per individual plans
You cannot solve a problem from the same consciousness that created it. You must learn to see the world anew.
Call or email us to schedule an initial or follow-up appointment. Our clinicians are often in session and may be unavailable to answer phone calls as we don't want to interrupt our clients' time they have scheduled with us. If you reach our voicemail, please leave a message with your name, contact information, and a brief description of your needs. All messages are returned within 24 hours on business days. Weekend calls and emails will be returned no later than the following Monday.
When you come to your initial appointment you will find out that our office is run only by our clinicians and there will not be any support staff to greet you. Please fill out the appropriate paperwork located in the baskets on the counter and one of our clinicians will be with you at the time of your appointment. If the client is a minor, then a parent will need to be present during the initial session.
The first session consists of gathering pertinent historical information and current symptoms. A personalized treatment plan addressing goals will also be developed at this time and our clinicians will provide you with information on treatment modalities that will be of most benefit to your needs.
We understand that sometimes appointments have to be cancelled. Please try to provide us with at least 24 hours notice for the cancellation to allow for someone else in need of that time to take your place.
Accept what is. Let go of what was. Have faith in what can be.
115 E Main Street Henderson, TX 75652 (903) 646-1326 (903) 392-8267 (fax)
Take the therapy session outside of the office. EAP incorporates the use of horses for therapeutic intervention by promoting emotional growth and healing. The horse becomes a part of a mental health counseling session where individuals interact with them in a variety of activities, including grooming, feeding, walking and equine games — improving psychological health.