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Chris Prange-Morgan M.A., MSW

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Chris Prange-Morgan, M.A., MSW, considers herself a student of all types of trauma. A self-proclaimed “hope monger” and “recovering idealist,” Chris is passionate about helping others find the tools and resilience to work through their obstacles. Before becoming a parent, Chris worked for more than 10 years as a mental health professional in the criminal justice system. She has a Master’s degree in social work from Loyola University Chicago, a Certificate of advanced graduate study in pastoral counseling from Neuman College, and a Master of Arts in religious studies from Cardinal Stritch University and is a certified life coach.

Prange-Morgan has sought to better understand collective and generational trauma and its effect on individuals after she suffered a life-changing accident in 2011 and became a trauma survivor herself. As a coach, speaker, advocate, and seasoned retreat leader, Chris and her husband have worked with parents and professionals in the trenches of working with challenging life and family circumstances.

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