Morgan Levine, MSW

Morgan Levine, LCSW-C, LICSW

Individual and Couples Therapist

  • Years in Practice: 5 Years
  • Education: MSW, University of Pennsylvania; BA, Temple University
  • License No. and State: 25542 Maryland, LG0083127 District of Columbia
  • Certified Imago Relationship Therapist
  • Certified Prosci Change Management
  • Certificate of Change Leadership, Cornell University

For assistance in selecting the best therapist for your situation, contact either Gail or Gwen.

Maryland Office

Gail Guttman

NW DC Office

Gwen Enfield Pearl

Morgan Levine, LCSW-C, LICSW (she/her pronouns) is a certified Imago Relationship Therapist; trained in couples therapy, sex therapy, and premarital counseling. Her style of therapy is interactive, supportive, and empathetic. Morgan works from an anti-racism and sex-positive lens.  She also identifies as LGBTQ+ and welcomes all sexual orientations and gender identities.

With individual clients, Morgan works with people experiencing anxiety and depression, especially related to feeling stressed, overworked, and/or disconnected in relationships. Morgan especially enjoys working with entrepreneurs, creatives, business leaders, and those approaching or experiencing a life milestone or transition, including a breakup, marriage, separation, or divorce.

As a couples’ therapist, Morgan works with couples in all stages of their relationship to practice new ways of communicating, improve emotional, mental, and sexual connection, and learn new ways of nurturing their relationship.  Her goal is to help couples find safe, satisfying ways to navigate difficulties in their relationship and find practical ways of coming back to connection together. Morgan works with all forms of relationships, including those who are dating, pre-marital, newlyweds, poly/non-monogamous, and nested or unnested long term relationships.

In pre-marital counseling, Morgan uses a 15-minute assessment to help get directly to what matters most. The results are used in sessions to uncover useful and personalized insights about the engaged couple. Then couples use those insights in sessions to practice new communication skills to support the relationship when entering married life.