Dr. Tracey Morse specializes in:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
Difficulty getting along with others
My fee for a 50 minute appointment is $145. I offer a $5 discount for cash payment. I also accept checks and credit cards.
First appointments are generally two hours long as I generally ask new clients to complete psychological testing. This well-researched testing can provide clarity about the nature and extent of your struggles. There is an additional cost of $65 for psychological testing.
I am not a member of any health insurance plans because I strongly value confidentiality and autonomy. Insurance companies often require details about your mental health and treatment. Additionally, they are often involved in determining the type and length of mental health care you receive. I am not willing to compromise your privacy or care by sharing this information with the staff of insurance companies. However, I can provide you with documentation that you can file with your insurance company to seek reimbursement if you choose.
Fees & Insurance
As a psychologist, my approach to therapy is active, direct and authentic. I provide and solicit lots of feedback as a part of therapy. I utilize psychological testing to develop a treatment plan as well as to track progress.
I have worked with individuals from all walks of life from college students to individuals coping with severe mental illness. I have worked with people who struggle with depression, anxiety, relationships, life transitions (e.g., career, parenting, divorce, etc.), self harm behaviors and recovery from trauma.
I graduated with a doctoral degree in clinical psychology (PhD) from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, a program accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA). I also completed an APA accredited internship at the University of Utah Counseling Center and a post-doctoral residency at Florida State Hospital in Chattahoochee.
I currently serve as an officer for the Capital Chapter of the Florida Psychological Association. I maintain memberships in the American Psychological Association and in the American Group Psychotherapy Association.