Morgan Mental Health (MMH) is proud to be your local source for counseling services and educational development in Meridian and the Boise and Treasure Valley area. Our experienced team is focused on helping children, teens, families, and adults grow and acquire new skills. Our approaches include counseling services, psychotherapy, and screening/evaluation services.
Whether you are seeking therapy for yourself, a family member, or jointly with a partner or family, we can help. We will asses your situation and your needs, and help you find a professional that will work best with you. All of our therapists provide individuals with the needed support when navigating the challenges of mental crisis, anxiety, depression, mood disorders, relationship issues and trauma. Our multidisciplinary team works to promote positive mental health and wellness.
Regardless of age, our staff works alongside those with difficulties in anxiety, mood issues, anger, depression, behavioral concerns, and those unique students with ADHD and other neurobiological differences and a whole lot more!
Please feel free to schedule a consultation and we will contact you by phone to discuss your needs. Our Mental Health Services (counseling, therapy, screenings and evaluations) are by appointment only.
All children have emotional ups and downs, moodiness, trouble with friends, changes in grades. Some moodiness, anxiety, social and school difficulties are to be expected. But when emotional meltdowns, anger or isolation become common or severe, many parents are not sure what to do. If these challenges arise in your child’s life, we can help.
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It can be hard to tell if your teen is having serious problems or their actions are just “normal teenage behavior”. Warning signs of a troubled teen: Rapid changes in personality, falling grades, persistent sadness, anxiety, or sleep problems could indicate depression, bullying, or another emotional health issue.
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Mental health issues are common. Untreated mental health issues often get worse and may have other negative effects. If you experience any of the following emotions or feelings to the extent that they interfere with life, therapy may help you reduce their effects. It’s especially important to consider getting help if you feel controlled by symptoms or if they could cause harm to yourself or others.
As we get older, we may go through a lot of changes—death of loved ones, retirement, stressful life events, aging and geriatric issues or medical problems. It’s normal to feel uneasy, stressed, or sad about these changes. After adjusting, many older adults feel well again. Aging is a natural process that may present challenges for some individuals and their families.
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Our mental health team recognizes that military personnel and veterans may face a variety readjustment issues after serving in active combat situations. These issues can include PTSD, depression, traumatic brain injury, substance abuse, grief, anger and survivor’s guilt. Our team offers support and encouragement for recovery. We’re proud of you for taking the steps toward healing, and we thank you for your service.
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Marriage Counseling, also known as Marriage Therapy, Couples Counseling and Couples Therapy, can help strengthen your marriage and relationship. At Morgan Mental Health, we pride ourselves on building a safe environment for you to express your honest emotions and work towards improving each other’s lives. Our counselor will work with you and your partner at any stage in your relationship and help you move forward.
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Relationships can be very rewarding and important in your life. Sometimes, obstacles can come between you and your relationship that are too complex for you to sort through alone. A relationship counselor can help you improve communication, and trust in your relationship.
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Premarital counseling is a type of relationship therapy that helps prepare couples to enter into a long-term commitment. This type of counseling focuses on helping couples develop a strong and healthy relationship before marriage and identify any potential problems that might lead to issues down the road.
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Family units are one of the most important sources of stability and acceptance in our lives. When families experience disruption, everyone feels less secure, more stressed, and generally unhappier. Family counselors provide mental health services individually and together with all family members to overcome disputes and conflict, address mental health concerns, and help families live happier lives together.
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Group Therapy is a form of counseling where a small group of people meet regularly to discuss, interact, and explore problems with each other and group therapist(s). Group members use this powerful tool for growth and change as they gain insight into their own thoughts and behavior, and offer suggestions and support to others. The power in group therapy lies in the unique opportunity to receive multiple perspectives, support, encouragement, and feedback from other individuals in a safe and confidential environment. Group therapy can be a safe and supportive place to experiment with new ideas and ways of being.
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