Coaching FAQ

About Dr. Camden

Dr. Camden Morgante is a licensed clinical psychologist and adjunct college professor.  She writes and speaks about Christianity, psychology, and gender equality and is a regular contributor to Christians for Biblical Equality’s blog Mutuality. She has also been published in Fathom magazine. She is currently writing a book on the myths of purity culture. Camden lives in Knoxville, TN with her husband, their daughter and two rescue dogs.

Learn more about Coaching services

Signing up for coaching, no matter how ready you might feel, can be intimidating. Let’s discuss some frequently asked questions to help ease any concerns!

What is coaching for?

Coaching is short-term, strengths-based, and targeted to your goals. I offer coaching for women and couples in three areas: Purity Culture Recovery, Egalitarianism, and Faith Reconstruction.

Through coaching, I will use my knowledge, skills, and experience to help you heal from the effects of purity culture, embrace shame-free sexuality, or navigate egalitarian relationships and beliefs. I will guide and mentor you toward on your goals.

What is the difference between coaching and therapy?

Coaching is different from professional therapy. As a licensed psychologist, I am restricted to practice in my state. As a coach, I will be able to serve people in any state, offering more strengths-focused, goals-oriented, and short-term guidance.

Please be aware that although I am a licensed psychologist with over ten years experience providing therapy, I will not be acting as a mental health professional within the context of coaching. As a coach, I do not diagnose or treat mental illness and will refer you to a local licensed mental health professional if necessary.

Who is coaching for?

Coaching is for motivated women and couples who need guidance in three areas: Purity Culture Recovery, Egalitarianism, and Faith Reconstruction. Coaching is ideal for self-starters who find themselves stuck and need some extra guidance and resources to help them reach their goals.

Coaching is not appropriate to address suicidal thoughts, a diagnosed mental illness, or past trauma that is currently untreated. Online coaching cannot provide the intensive treatment you need for healing in these areas. If you are still interested in coaching, you may be appropriate if you are also receiving concurrent treatment with a licensed mental health professional.

How do I get started?

I’m so excited you’re ready to take the next step! You can sign up through my Google form and schedule an online appointment with me through Calendly. Payment is due at the time of booking. We will meet for 60 minutes via Zoom. You have the opportunity to purchase packages of multiple sessions at a discounted rate in order to get the most out of coaching.

Click here to sign up for Coaching!

What is the difference between coaching and therapy?


*This applies to Dr. Camden’s practice and may not apply to all therapy and coaching practices.

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