Amy Morgan-Tautges, LCSW
- ADD / ADHD Management
- Anxiety / Panic
- Career Satisfaction / Job Stress
- Caregiver Stress Syndrome
- Chronic Illness / Pain
- Domestic Abuse
- End of Life Issues
- Family Issues
- Financial Issues
- Life Transitions
- Memory Loss / Dementia
- PTSD / Trauma
- Relationship Issues
- Social Skills Development
- Stress Management
- Assertive Community Therapy (ACT)
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Crisis Management
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
- Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
- Grief Specialist
- Motivational Interviewing
- Person-Centered Therapy
- Solution-Focused Therapy
- Trauma Informed Care
Hi, My name is Amy and I’m a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a Master’s in Social Work from the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee. Before working for WellQor, I had experience working as a medical social worker and with first hand knowledge of many medical conditions and the way they affect the body and mind. I have received additional certifications and training in Grief and Loss, Trauma Informed Care, EMDR, Reiki, and Mindfulness. I’ve since worked with WellQor for six years, where I’ve developed a passion for working with seniors and mature adults.
I have been a helper and healer all of my life. After being a social worker for several years, becoming a therapist was a natural next step for me. Therapy has reinforced my belief in the general goodness of people and the fact that we’re all in this together. I honestly believe that we are all doing the best we can with the situations we have been given, so I try to bring this mindset into my work.
My style of therapeutic interventions can be described as eclectic- including a mixture of person centered strength based approaches, solution focused therapy, EMDR, cognitive behavioral therapy, and intuition. I provide a holistic approach to therapy ensuring that the person’s needs, goals, and quality of life remain at the forefront of treatment. I partner with people in order to help navigate and overcome major life transitions, changes in health and mobility, developing mental health issues, and temporary periods of stress or depression often associated with aging.
When I’m not conducting therapy, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, traveling, exploring, reading, trying new foods, and going to the theater.
As your therapist, I promise to listen, support, encourage, hold space, and walk with you on this journey- whatever it may bring. I enjoy the connection and being with people in some of the toughest moments of their life. Being a part of someone’s journey is truly the greatest honor and privilege of my life.
University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee
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A good fit for me
Amy is a wonderful therapist for me. She understands my issues and always leaves me feeling better.
Amy is WONDERFUL!!!
Amy is like your best friend. She is so very easy to talk to.
Amy is a very rare gem. Her compassion and love for helping others are second to none. She’s a great listener and her heartfelt warmness was just what I needed. She very understanding and non-judgemental. I’m glad that we connected, and we hit it off from day one. I was a mess mentally, and well I still am? But Amy always have words of hope and encouragement and I’m starting to see things in myself that I never recognized before. I believe that GOD chose her to be with me at the most critical time in my life. I was at the edge and I could feel that one more thing was just about to push me over, and God in her, saved me. I thank God for her every day.
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