ServicesMorgan Jay W Ms is a Psychologist office located in Little Rock, AR. A psychologist focuses on the evaluation, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of mental, emotional and behavioral health issues. A clinical psychologist uses psychotherapy and other counseling skills to improve emotional and mental health.
Please call Morgan Jay W Ms at (501) 225-5890 to schedule an appointment in Little Rock, AR or to get more information.
Dr. Morgan and Dr. Sieler helped my son SO MUCH. Other doctors said in 1997 my son would never amount to anything. That he would be in Special Education forever, unable to communicate effectively with others. Fast forward to 2021, he is a Year 2 medical school student!! Thank you to these two men for believing in my son and my family... GOD bless Dr. Sieler RIP...
Seeing Mr. Jay and even THINKING about using this.."all positive..no punishment stuff" as I called it before I met him made me want to barf! I'm a firm believer in BUTT WHOOPINS and thought.."If I discipline her enough..it will eventually work and I'll break her of her bad behavior." but it just WOULD NOT work. So being an open-minded woman..I decided to give it a shot. What would I have to lose? NOTHING. Conscious Parenting isn't what I thought it was at all. Mr. Jay has opened my eyes and mind to a whole, other way of doing things and it really hasn't taken much effort at all. I was a definite skeptic but I'm not anymore. My daughter still has issues and is currently having a rough week but she has done TONS better after only 2 visits with Mr. Jay. Parents.. if you want things to improve YOU must be the one to make the effort..it's not always the child. In my case I thought it was her but it turned out to be mostly me..if it wasn't mainly me..changing wouldn't have done anything...but it did :) I HIGHLY recommend seeing Mr. Jay but only if you're willing to put forth the effort to listen, pay attention, learn, be VERY open-minded, and do everything YOU can do to improve you and your child's situation. Oh yeah and one thing I feel is very important (just my opinion) is holding yourself accountable for things. When I hold myself accountable for things I could easily blame on others or other things it helps me to remember what I need to do to improve. It's OK to be wrong..just admit it, take responsibility for it, and move on :) Learn from it. I would say so far..my life has improved more than my daughter's. I have starting viewing my entire LIFE in a totally different way just from viewing my parenting and my child in a different way. I'm very thankful that fate brought us to this man. Thank you GOD & thank you Mr. Jay!
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