Morgan Levine, MSW is an individual and couples therapist. She is passionate about working with diverse clients, particularly LGBTQ+. She welcomes all sexual orientations and gender identities an identity she shares. Morgan and her clients build trust and a strong working relationship in order to confront and overcome whatever challenges they may face. Morgan works with all forms of relationships, including those who are dating, pre-marital, newlyweds, or in a long-term relationship. In sessions, she works with her clients to understand patterns of behaviors, thoughts, and beliefs and learn skills to improve their lives. One of Morgan’s core beliefs is transition and conflict in our lives can be our greatest opportunity for growth.
Morgan works with people feeling stressed, overworked, disconnected, or in the midst of transition. This can include those who are entrepreneurs, business leaders, those approaching a life milestone, or who recently experienced a divorce or break-up. The end of a relationship can be an opportunity to heal and learn from that experience.
As a couples’ therapist, Morgan helps couples explore patterns, practice new ways of communicating, build empathy for each other, and develop skills to navigate conflict. Her goal is help couples find safe ways to negotiate difficulties in their relationship and hopefully find their way back to connection. In pre-marital counseling, she uses a 15-minute assessment to help directly get to what matters most. The results are used in sessions to uncover practical and personalized insights about the couple. Couples practice new communication skills to support the relationship when entering the new phase of commitment, life, and love.
A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, Morgan has been in private practice for 5 years. She is a licensed social worker, certified Imago Relationship Therapist, and certified in Prosci Change Management. She was an adjunct professor at Millersville University where she taught and supervised undergraduate and Masters-level social work students.