Morgan is a relational therapist who specializes in working with individuals, partners, and families of all configurations to heal and grow. She is passionate about the ways your mind and body are intertwined, integrating tools gained from experience as a yoga instructor and a degree in cognitive science. Morgan’s therapeutic approach is cognitive, experiential, and somatic, which means that together, you will explore your thoughts and improve how they affect your emotional and physical state. As a queer non-monogamous person, Morgan brings an expansive view of love and family that is LGBTQ+ inclusive, sex-positive, and antiracist.
M.A. in Couples and Family Therapy, Adler University, anticipated class of 2024
“I’d love to meet you and help you grow wherever you’d like to go. You are worthy of time, space, and attention, and showing up is the first (and hardest!) step. We live in a culture with specific ideas of who we should be, how we should look, how we should feel, and how much we should be able to achieve. Deviating from this cultural standard (especially due to race, class, ability, gender, and sexual orientation) gives us messages that we are wrong, bad, or broken; we can become disconnected from our bodies, cultures, and loved ones, and end up feeling unsafe, anxious, and depressed. Therapy is a practice that works to heal this trauma by creating a safe space where you can reconnect to yourself, your community, and the world.”