Alec Morgan, UKCP Accredited Psychotherapist

Alec Morgan

Halesowen B628PU
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Alec Morgan, UKCP Accredited Psychotherapist

Alec Morgan

Halesowen B628PU
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My Approach

I am trained as an Integrative therapist, this means I don’t subscribe to one specific method of therapy, instead, I use perspectives from several modalities to consider what is going on for you holistically rather than just focusing on one area.

However, the core of my practice is “Humanistic” and person-centred. This approach places priority on building a supportive and non-judgmental relationship that explores the impacts of our early relationships, the personal learning that has come from those relationships and the cognitive constructs we create as a result, ultimately shedding light on how we relate to ourselves and others.

I also strive to work with people from different backgrounds and cultural experiences, I welcome clients from all walks of life and whilst I am committed to educating and enriching myself I am also open to learning and being taught by your lived experience so that I can better understand and support you.

About Me


My name is Alec and it’s a pleasure to meet you.

I’m a UKCP Accredited psychotherapist working in Halesowen in the West Midlands. I offer face-to-face Counselling sessions and work remotely via telephone and video calls.

I understand that seeking counselling or therapy can be a deeply personal experience and it can be difficult to take that first step. For this reason, I strive to offer clients a safe, friendly, and compassionate space to explore their difficulties while they learn about themselves and find healthier alternative ways to live their lives. I do not give advice and fully believe you are the expert on living your life, not me. However, no matter what your difficulty maybe I can offer you empathy, understanding and support as we work together. If you are seeking a change, therapy may be helpful.

My practice is aimed at supporting you as a unique and worthy individual. If you are suffering or struggling I am here to offer you help as you explore the difficulties in your life. Our work together can be a first step towards gaining an insight into these problems, making new choices about how you live with them or perhaps moving beyond them.

The door to therapy is open to anyone and doesn’t have any requirements. Maybe you have been through some difficult life events, lost someone important to you, had difficulty in relationships or maybe you're having trouble putting what you are going through into words and you just want to learn more about yourself. Whatever your experience, it is welcome here.  

I have been involved in mental health training and services for the past 6 years and have had the pleasure of supporting a wide and varied range of clients face-to-face before and remotely during the Pandemic, it would be a privilege to offer my support to you now as you explore the difficulties in your life.

I work with

  • Individuals

Special Interests

Like all UKCP registered psychotherapists and psychotherapeutic counsellors I can work with a wide range of issues, but here are some areas in which I have a special interest or additional experience.

I understand how difficult it can be to seek help for anxiety, and how vulnerable it can feel to reach out for support. As an experienced psychotherapist, I've worked with many clients who suffer from anxiety and know how paralyzing and debilitating it can be. My approach is focused on helping you gain a deeper understanding of your anxiety so that you can begin to overcome its challenges and move forward with your life. While every client is unique and may require different approaches, I aim to approach your difficulties with understanding and compassion to help you find ways to manage your anxiety more effectively.
I have had extensive experience working with clients suffering from depression and appreciate how challenging it can feel to push back the shadow it casts. In my clinical practice, I aim to offer clients the opportunity to find meaning in their lives and ways to challenge the loss of motivation and purpose that can accompany depression. Through our work together, I aim to help clients explore these underlying causes and find new ways to manage their depression. My approach is person-centred and collaborative, and I strive to create a safe and supportive environment where clients can feel heard and understood. Together, we can work towards building a sense of hope and empowerment, finding new paths towards healing and growth.
I understand how complex and challenging family relationships can be, and I'm committed to providing a non-judgmental and supportive space for clients to explore these issues. Our early family relationships can have a huge impact on how we see ourselves and relate to others, which is why working with these attachments is a core part of my therapy approach. Together, we can explore how your family dynamics may be impacting your current relationships and personal growth, and develop strategies to break damaging patterns or gain a greater understanding of these dynamics. I believe that every person and family is unique and requires a tailored approach to therapy. As we work together to navigate the complexities of family relationships, I'll draw on a range of techniques and modalities that are best suited to your specific needs and goals.
The questioning of our identity or how we fit into the world is a very human question and a noble one. However, I appreciate how difficult it can be to wrestle with these questions and that it can feel alienating or isolating at times. I have had the great pleasure of working with several clients as they struggle with issues of self-esteem and the potential shame of not being who they feel others want them to be. In this work, I aim to offer clients a long-term space to overcome these feelings and find authentic ways to live in the world through self-compassion and acceptance.
Relationships are an essential part of our lives, but they can also be a source of great difficulty and pain. Whether it's an intimate relationship or a professional one, I understand how relational struggles can affect our sense of self-worth and belonging. In therapy, I provide a safe and supportive space for clients to explore their relational patterns, build awareness, and develop new skills to foster healthy, fulfilling relationships.

Types of Therapies Offered

  • Integrative Psychotherapist

What I can help with

  • Anxiety
  • Bereavement
  • Depression
  • Family
  • Identity Problems
  • Mental Health Issues
  • Online Counselling
  • Relationships
  • Stress
  • Training

Types of sessions

  • Face to Face - Long Term
  • Face to Face - Short Term
  • Online Therapy
  • Telephone Therapy

Halesowen Office

Office 1
Manor House
Manor Lane
Halesowen B628PU
United Kingdom (UK)

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When beginning to work together we would work through a few stages. After making initial contact with me I will get back to you and we would:

Arrange to have a brief free phone consultation (roughly 15-20 minutes) so that we can ask each other a few questions and so that you can get a feel for who I am.

From there it is likely we would have a face-to-face or remote assessment session (50 minutes in length) where I can give you information about our working contract and we can establish the frame for us to work together in. This would be charged at £30.

If you felt working with me would be helpful, we would commit to working together each week at the same time each week at £50 per session (50 minutes per session).


If you are a student or Trainee therapist please let me know so we can talk about a concessionary rate for the service.

UKCP College

  • Universities Training College (UTC)
Alec Morgan

Alec Morgan

Halesowen B628PU

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