Morgan Hobson, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

After spending 6 years as a school-based therapist, I am very familiar with the struggles children and teens face today. I am passionate about coming alongside children, adolescents, and young adults to facilitate positive change and growth by creating a warm, collaborative environment that values each individual’s unique strengths and personality. I have experience working with various challenges including depression, anxiety, Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, school issues and other behavioral challenges. I utilize a relational, strengths-based approach when collaborating with clients, while incorporating evidenced based practices such as cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, mindfulness practices, and play-based interventions. I feel truly honored to work with individuals during times of struggle, change, and growth and I strive to create a safe space for each client to grow, heal, and reach their therapeutic goals.

I moved to Nashville 7 years ago from Tallahassee, Florida where I completed my Bachelors and Masters in Social Work at Florida State University. During that time, I completed an internship with Florida Baptist Children’s Homes which led me to work as a foster care counselor when I moved to Tennessee. These experiences helped me realize my passion is working with children and adolescents. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and have been practicing since 2015.

Services Provided

  • Individual Therapy
  • Group Therapy

Client Groups Served

  • Children (7-11)
  • Adolescents (12-18)
  • Emerging Adults (19-22)

Practice Areas

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Social Skills
  • Grief and Loss
  • Relationship/Friendship Issues
  • Self-Esteem
  • Life Transitions
  • School Issues

License & Certification

Education & Training


Personal Information

I enjoy spending time outdoors, starting creative new hobbies (that sometimes get incorporated into sessions), traveling, and playing with my German shepherd, Ava.

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