Win Morgan Clinical Psychology Services

I work with couples and with individuals, both adolescents and adults. I specialize in issues of self-esteem, early and recent trauma, substance abuse recovery, and coping with anxiety and depression. I regularly incorporate mindfulness practice into therapeutic work and strive to emphasize the importance of remembering and separating who we really are (our life-essence) from the reflexive behaviors we often get caught up in as life presents us with its conflicting demands and difficulties.

Looking for a therapist can be a challenging prospect and it’s my goal to help you make a decision that will be the most helpful for you… whether that means making an appointment with me, or perhaps using information on this site to help you find other resources to explore.

Please take a few minutes to explore this site and check out the services and information I offer, and please feel free to get in touch via email or a phone call with any questions you may have — just click on the Contact link above. I will be happy to arrange an initial consultation to discuss your situation and needs, as well as your hopes and goals.

“We can make our minds so still like water
That beings gather around us
That they may see their own images,
And so live for a moment with a clearer,
Perhaps even fiercer life, Because of our quiet.”

William Butler Yeats

Useful Articles


If you read the “Welcome” page for this website, you’ll note that the person who is most dependent on you is your future self. It’s quite clear that you have a relationship with the person you will be 1 minute from now….or an hour or a day, or a month or a year. The possibility for change is inherent in everything and our behavior and choices can profoundly change our future self. Being in relationship is among the most important… Read more

EMDR Explained

One of the adjunctive therapies I use is called EMDR. Googling it will probably give you a further understanding of what’s entailed in this process, but, essentially, it involves bilateral stimulation (bilateral, meaning a sensation which alternates between stimulating the left side and right side of the body, usually done by holding two small pulsars which vibrate gently), combined with a type of psychotherapy. The bilateral stimulation engages both hemispheres of the brain in the therapy process because, often, when… Read more


Why? Meditation is to the mind what aerobic exercise is to the body. Like exercise, there are many good ways to do it and you can find the one that suits you best. Studies have shown that regular meditation promotes mindfulness (sustained observing awareness), whose benefits include decreased stress-related cortisol, insomnia, symptoms of autoimmune illnesses, PMS, asthma, falling back into depression, general emotional distress, anxiety, and panic, and increased immune system factors, control of blood sugar in type 2 diabetes,… Read more
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