Morgan Winkelmann

Practicum Student Counselor

Morgan is a Christian counselor with experience working with adolescents, young adults, and individuals. She has been married for two years to her husband and is a current student at Dallas Theological Seminary working toward her Masters in Biblical Counseling. In addition to counseling, Morgan volunteers with Young Life - a relational outreach ministry for high school students. She has always had a passion for helping people, which led her to seek degrees in both psychology and counseling. Morgan also has a passion for sharing the healing power of God’s grace and love, and believes that the best counseling happens in a relationship where she embodies both to her clients.


  • MA/Biblical Counseling, Dallas Theological Seminary (in progress)

  • BS (Psychology), Texas A&M University


  • Practicum Student Counselor
    (Under the supervision of Erik Salwen, LPC-S)

As a counselor, Morgan’s main desire is to be a trustworthy safe place for her clients. She believes that change takes place in the context of relationships and that we were not created to go through life’s challenges on our own. Morgan primarily takes an empathetic person-centered approach to counseling, but also integrates other models and techniques based on each client’s individual needs.

Morgan’s work with Young Life has given her experience working with adolescents and the specific challenges they can struggle with, including: identity, self-image, relationships, self-harm, parental divorce, and abuse. She also has a heart for girls and women who have been sexually abused or assaulted.

Morgan believes that, with her faith as her foundation and strength, she is able to create an environment of both love and safety where a variety of clients are able to grow and heal.