I want to acknowledge the vulnerability, strength, and integrity it takes to commit to working on yourself. Healing from anxiety, eating disorders, PTSD, substance use, or anything that may be taking you from your most true self is challenging and you are not alone. It is important that you are provided a safe space to heal and recover as your authentic self. I have experience helping children and adults process Eating Disorders/Disordered Eating, Anxiety, Depression, PTSD, relationship issues and challenges regarding sexuality and gender.
Morgan works with individuals, Ages 18+
Insurances accepted: PacificSource Health, PacificSource OHP, Trillium OHP, OHP DMAP, BlueCross BlueShield (BCBS), Regence, Providence and cash pay
Morgan Clark, MSW, CSWA
Clinical Social Work Associate
Master’s in Social Work
Supervisor: Sam Beckmann, MSW, LCSW
License #: L8373
I believe in compassion, safety, and acceptance. I am committed to building therapeutic relationships where people feel challenged, acknowledged, and supported. My goal is to hold space for you to process, heal, and discover yourself without judgment. I am honored to work together to process ways in which you can align your values and actions. During sessions, I integrate mindfulness, emotion regulation, and distress tolerance skills. I often use a solution-focused approach. You deserve to leave sessions feeling confident, safe, valued, and seen.
I enjoy hiking, camping, spending time with my partner, son & dogs, and I love a good cup of coffee.
Recovery is possible. I often use a strengths-based, client-centered approach to identify parts of yourself that might need to feel seen and acknowledged. I am passionate about helping to support you in finding out who your authentic self is through strengths exploration, values clarification, and mindfulness techniques.
We can work together to identify underlying reasons to why substance use and mental health are connected. We can work together to challenge shame and guilt related to substance use and mental health.
My training is rooted in attachment theory. We may use CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) to reconstruct unhelpful beliefs about yourself. I am committed to walking with you during this part of your life to find solutions that can help you feel safe, confident and like your authentic self.