About Morgan Lloyd, LCSW
As a clinical social worker and psychotherapist to the Walnut Creek and East Bay area Morgan has training and experience to work with a variety of complaints. She is especially fond of working with Addictions, Social Justice, Trauma and Abuse, and helping people identify and heal unhealthy life Relationships
With a decade of experience in the helping profession Including being a court appointed special advocate for youth as well as a supervisor and trainer for new mental health clinicians Morgan brings passion, warmth, humor, enthusiasm and breadth of experience to her work as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker.
Morgan is constantly engaged in trainings and consultations in the Bay Area on the latest research in trauma theory, attachment, addictions, and therapeutic interventions in order to provide the best possible services to her clients.
While Morgan enjoys working with depression, anxiety and addictions and helping people develop the tools and confidence to make difficult changes she also works from a relationship perspective believing every relationship affects and shapes our happiness. She is honored to walk with clients on their journey to identifying and healing unhealthy relationships.
She helps clients work through troubling relationships such as:
Relationship with food
Relationship with work
Relationship with family
Relationship with partner
Relationship with money
Relationship with your body
Relationship with your past
Relationship with sex or sexuality
Relationship with alcohol or drugs
Relationship with self and self worth
Relationship with race and racial identify
ADDITIONAL THERAPEUTIC FOCUS AND TRAINING
Since graduating from UC Berkeley with a Masters of Social Welfare with a concentration in Mental Health in 2009, Morgan has worked in a variety of counseling and mental health settings honing her clinical and diversity skills. Her training and intern sites have included West Coast Children's Clinic, Community Health for Asian Americans and the RYSE Center.
Her clinical training includes
Providing clinical therapy for adults at various Oakland low fee therapy sites
Facilitating Dialectical Behavioral Training (DBT) groups
Facilitating Cognitive Behavioral Training (CBT) groups
Facilitating dual diagnosis groups (mental health diagnosis + addiction diagnosis)
Providing clinical treatment for trauma, depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, personality disorders and issues with addiction
Providing clinical therapy and addictions treatment for adolescents
Providing clinical supervision and training for new interns
Morgan's early training work focused on providing psychotherapy for youth and their families who had witnessed substantial violence and experienced significant early childhood trauma. Being committed to providing quality mental health services to the Oakland community she has presented several trainings for San Francisco CASA on working with traumatized youth using a trauma-informed lens. She also works with LGBT-QI youth and adults both from a mental health and social justice perspective.
Currently Morgan works in her private practice providing clinical psychotherapy to a diverse array of Oakland adults and youth. She also provides individual supervision and group supervision to licensed and unlicensed therapists at a nearby community site.
Morgan's Affiliations and Work Background
California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT), Associate Member
Gaylesta; A Psychotherapist Association for Gender & Sexual Diversity
Northern California Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology (NCSPP) - Education Committee Member
West Coast Children's Clinic, Oakland CA