Questions and Answers

Questions and Answers

Whether you've been in counseling before or not, you may have questions about services at Morning Light Counseling. These are the most common questions; click to see the answers. 
If you have further questions, contact us for more information.

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1. How is therapy different at Morning Light Counseling?

Morning Light Coaching exists to empower clients to change their lives for the better, to heal from the inside out. This is done by:

1) carefully assessing a client's current strengths, weaknesses, and needs;
2) providing training and resources to help clients learn new ways of thinking, behaving, and relating; and
3) providing guidance and support, as clients implement these changes in their lives and families.

Therapy at Morning Light Counseling is designed to build self-reliance - not dependence on medication, or on never-ending therapy sessions.   

It is also designed to shore up spirituality, increase physical and mental wellness, and strengthen (not sever) family relationships.

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Frequently-Asked Questions on:
Medication, payment, and how to begin therapy

9. Will you prescribe my medication?

Only a psychiatrist, medical doctor, or other medical professional can prescribe or manage medication.  If you choose to include medication in your treatment, you will need to have those services provided elsewhere, since that is beyond the range of an LCSW'S licensure.

Fortunately, medication is a highly optional element in the healing process. Morning Light Counseling can assist with all your other non-medication needs, in the process of your emotional healing, 

Joy Cometh In the Morning

Morning Light Counseling is designed to extend light and hope in the midst of stormy, perilous times.
While much is amiss in the world, there is also much to celebrate, much to rejoice in. 
"Weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning." (Psalms 30:5)

Carrie M. Wrigley, LCSW, smiling in soft morning light, beside a healing path - "Joy cometh in the morning."

Carrie M. Wrigley, LCSW

Morning Light Counseling

9055 S. 1300 E. Suite #24
Sandy, Utah, 84094

Mobile: 801-598-4175
Office:  801-676-3142

Office Hours

Tuesday:        8:30am–2:30pm
Thursday:      8:30am–2:30pm
Friday:           8:30am–2:30pm

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