Morgan Miller, LCSW, CAMS-II, CDVS-I

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Mood Disorders

  • Telebehavioral Health

  • Substance Use Disorder Treatment

  • Anger Management

  • Domestic Violence

Morgan is a therapist at Alleviant’s Fayetteville location who sees adults ages 18 and older. She is a licensed certified social worker (LCSW), Advanced Certified Anger Management Specialist (CAMS-II) and Certified Domestic Violence Specialist (CDVS-I) and holds a Bachelor of Science in psychology and a master’s in social work from the University of Arkansas.

“From ‘small wins’ to major life events, I always have an overwhelming sense of pride when a client I work alongside has accomplished one of their goals,” Morgan said. “Just like a teacher who sees the light bulb go off for a student that was previously struggling with a particular subject, it is a wonderful feeling to be present for the successes of clients.”

Morgan said Alleviant’s people set it apart from other behavioral health providers.

“When stepping into an office, you can quickly tell that each person, from the intake coordinators on the phone, to the mental health providers, is here for a reason and is passionate about caring for their community members,” she said. “I most enjoy the variety of people I get to meet. Working with clients from diverse backgrounds and walks of life allows me to feel more connected to the community I live and work in.”

Known as being a direct, but empathetic therapist, Morgan uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and a strengths-based approach when working with clients.

Originally from central Arkansas, she moved to Fayetteville for college and has been in northwest Arkansas ever since. She is married, has a rescued Anatolian Shepherd mix, Raven, and outside of work enjoys spending time doing projects on her house, trying different international foods or recipes with friends, and spending time with both sets of parents, who live close by.

“I like spending time with friends, family, hosting game nights, and I especially love anything that involves water like swimming, kayaking, or just going for a walk by the lake,” she said.