Dr. Camden Morgante is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist. I specialize in relationships, women’s issues, emotions regulation, & spirituality.
Psychologist in Knoxville, TN
I specialize in dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), a form of cognitive-behavioral therapy that blends mindfulness meditation, interpersonal skills, and emotion regulation skills to help you improve your mood, reduce stress, and get along better with others. This approach was developed by Dr. Marsha Linehan at University of Washington, and has been rigorously tested and proven effective for many emotional and behavioral problems.
CBT focuses on changing thoughts to then change emotions and behavior.
I offer premarital counseling, marital enrichment, marital therapy, and sex therapy. I completed my doctoral dissertation (a two-year long research project and book) on couples therapy, entitled “Grace and Trust in Hope-Focused Couples Therapy“". My approach focuses on increasing hope, building trust, intimacy, and communication skills, and forgiving hurts and offenses in the relationship.
Spirituality is an important part of our identity. I was trained in religious and spiritual integration, which means I have extra education in the importance of religion and how to competently and ethically incorporate clients’ religion into therapy. If you’re looking for a therapist who won’t judge your beliefs or behavior and is highly trained and experienced in religious and spiritual issues, then let’s talk about how we can work together.
I have a passion to help others improve their relationships! You might be dealing with unhealthy relationship patterns or problems in your relationships with your partner, family, or friends. Couples therapy can help you increase hope, build trust, intimacy, and communication skills, and forgive hurts and offenses in the relationship. I also work with people who need help with chronic unhealthy relationship patterns, setting boundaries, and communication.
I specialize in therapy for women’s issues, which focuses on the unique experience and development of women. Some “women’s issues” affect us lifelong, while others are unique to specific stages across the lifespan. I work with women from adolescence (around age 16) through later adulthood on a variety of problems.My approach focuses on empowering women to discover their values and life goals, develop their identity, and take action based on their values.