Morgan Rahimi is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who loves to work with others and has an extensive background in
helping people. She believes therapy is a learning experience for both the clinician and the client and is based on trust and
mutual respect. Her outlook on people is that they have strengths and resources that enable them to persevere even in difficult
situations. Morgan sees her responsibility as a therapist is to assist clients in gaining knowledge, resources, insight and confidence
to deal with all life has to bring, both planned and unplanned. Her goal is to facilitate clients in a timely manner to take charge of
their own lives and turn their focus and endeavors into productive, solution orientated behaviors for both their own best interest
and that of their loved ones. Morgan uses a collaborative, client-centered, solution oriented approach to discover how each client’s
individual experience can be embraced as an opportunity for growth, increased learning and forward movement.
Morgan is a mother, wife, daughter, sister and therapist. Her passion is to assist mothers and families in any stage of their journey.
She has experienced some of the trials and tribulations life can bring and is passionate about helping other women and families
persevere no matter what their dilemma is. She received her Bachelor’s degree in International Relations and Communications from
Rollins College and went directly into the business world after graduation. As a sales manager she realized her true passion was in
working with individuals and families. She proceeded to go back to school at Nova Southeastern University where she graduated
at the top of her class with a Master’s of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy.
Morgan has completed additional training in perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, EMDR and trauma, perinatal death, advanced
mindfulness, suicidality, Gottman’s Seven Principles and motivational enhancement therapy to name a few. She also has a
background working with all forms of addictions and substance use. As a marriage and family therapist she believes no one
should be alone in their suffering or pain and that everyone should know there is always hope and help.
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