Morgan Hopson holds a Master's degree in East-West Psychology from California Institute of Integral Studies. As a caregiver, teacher, and community advocate, Morgan has first-hand experience working through the impacts of unresolved mental health issues that affect daily occupations for individuals and communities. Morgan is passionate about equipping clients with the education and tools necessary for navigating challenging systemic-related mental health issues in order to best function in client's daily roles within career, relationships, and daily occupations.
Morgan's experience includes art therapy, conflict resolution, somatic and embodiment therapy, goal-setting, coping skills training and advocacy training. She specializes in autism spectrum and eating disorder work. She is a co-founder of "Decolonize Eating Disorders" - an action based forum addressing eating disorder diagnosis and prevention from a culturally appropriate and inclusive philosophy based in the food sovereignty movement and designing regenerative cultures framework.
Morgan is dedicated to promoting accessibility and inclusive care methods under the philosophy that every person deserves access to appropriate and consensual mental health and wellness.
In her free time, she is an artist, dancer, avid reader, and friend to her husky Waya.
If your medicine does not grow corn, of what use is it? - Sun Bear, Chippewa Elder