About Chestnut Counselling

James Morgan earned a Master of Divinity degree from Union Theological Seminary, New York City with a specialization in psychiatry and religion. He earned a Master of Applied Science in Counselling and Human Relations from the University of Waterloo. He is a Member of the College of Psychotherapists of Ontario and of the Canadian Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. He is also an AAMFT Approved Supervisor. He brings to his practice over 30 years of experience in providing individual, couple and family therapy.

James is an avid amateur musician. He plays guitar, banjo, mountain dulcimer, and more, and sings in a folk trio (GreenWood). He regularly attends the monthly Old Chestnuts Song Circle. He likes to be active in the outdoors and enjoys cycle touring, hiking, canoeing and camping. He is also a professional photographer. His photographs appear on this web site.



People are always doing the best they can to handle their difficulties. When they have problems it is because they have not been able to tap into all of their resources. They do not understand what constrains them. They are often limited by how they think about themselves and their problems.

Therapy is a partnership through which the expertise, training and experience of the therapist are used to help the client discover and use their own resources to understand and resolve problems. The goal of therapy is an increase in the level of the client's self-awareness. The client's contribution to this partnership is a willingness to explore deeply their needs, feelings, beliefs and experiences and to honestly confront themselves.

James Morgan is a member of the Theravive Network of Therapy Professionsal.

View James' profile at www.theravive.com .

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