601 264 6000
South Mississippi's Largest Multi-Specialty Clinic

Hattiesburg Clinic

Carrie E. Morgan, PhD
Psychology & Counseling

Carrie E. Morgan, PhD

Licensed Psychologist

Dr. Morgan joined the Connections group in 2013. She received her Bachelor of Science from Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Mich. in 2002. Dr. Morgan earned her Master of Arts in 2006 and Doctor of Philosophy in 2007 from The University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg, Miss. She completed her internship in Pediatric Psychology at the Munroe-Meyer Institute at University of Nebraska Medical Center. Her post-doctoral fellowship was completed at The University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, Miss.

Dr. Morgan served as the Director of Injury and Violence Prevention for the Mississippi State Department of Health’s Office of Preventive Health from 2008 until 2010. She was then a psychology instructor with Hinds Community College, Department of Psychology, from 2010 until 2012.

She is licensed by the Mississippi State Board of Psychology and specializes in academic and behavioral assessment and intervention of childhood psychological disorders, including Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, developmental disorders and learning problems.

YOU IN MIND

An online resource written by behavioral and mental health professionals with you in mind.

THE GOOD SLEEPER: HOW TO ENCOURAGE BETTER SLEEP

If you ask any parent, they can tell you quickly whether their child is a “good sleeper” or not. Good sleepers typically follow a bedtime routine, fall asleep in their own bed, stay there throughout the night, and wake up feeling rested. They aren’t too restless during sleep and they don’t throw a fit at bedtime.  Read More.

ADHD AND THE CLASSROOM

Most children who are referred for an evaluation of ADHD-related symptoms are identified by their teachers due to behavioral or academic problems. Classroom teachers are widely discouraged from using the terms “ADD” or “ADHD” when speaking to parents for a variety of reasons.  Read more.

CELL PHONES AND SLEEP

Most teenagers (at least 70 percent) have access to their own cell phone, which is usually in contrast to what their parents experienced during adolescence. Approximately half of those teenagers sleep with their cell phone in their room, and many of them report using their phones at some point during the night.  Read more.

ADVICE FOR PARENTS OF DISRUPTIVE KIDS

Parenting – the age-old task of raising a defenseless, innocent child into a successful, independent member of society. It is a daunting task to many new parents, and it rarely gets easier as time goes on. Many parents continue their parenting throughout life, continuously guiding their children as best they can.   Read more.

ABOUT PSYCHOLOGY & COUNSELING

Psychology & Counseling offers a broad range of outpatient services, including research-based counseling and comprehensive psychological assessments. Our team of licensed and credentialed professionals collaborates with your medical provider to ensure continuity of care.

SERVICES

Individual therapy for ages 4 and up
Psychological testing for ADHD and related concerns

PHONE

(601) 261-1650

LOCATION

102 Medical Park
Hattiesburg, MS 39401

HOURS

Monday – Friday
8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Address
102 Medical Park
Hattiesburg, MS 39401
Education
The University of Southern Mississippi - Hattiesburg, Miss.
Doctor of Philosophy, School Psychology

The University of Southern Mississippi - Hattiesburg, Miss.
Master of Arts, School Psychology
Certification(S)
Mississippi State Board of Psychology
Contact info
(601) 261-1650