Personal Information

California School of Professional Psychology

Couple & Family Therapy

San Diego Campus

Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor

Alliant International University San Diego
10455 Pomerado Road
San Diego CA 92131

858-635-4458

Courses, Research Interests, Publications

PSY6326 Diversity in the Family, PSY7263 Death, Loss and Grief, PSY9360 Advanced Practicum

African American graduate student experiences and older adult substance abuse; graduate student experiences; application of theory to specific populations

Morgan, M. L. (2013). The Role of Coping and Self-Esteem on Success of African American Graduate Students. Brief report accepted for presentation at the 21st World Family Therapy Congress: Orlando, FL. February 2013. (refereed)

Morgan, M. L. & Rankin, M. (2013) Impact of Christian Identity on African American Graduate Students Attending Predominately White Institutions. Poster presentation at the 2013 National Multicultural Conference and Summit: Houston, TX January 2013. (refereed)

Jenkins-Monroe, V., Connor, M., Morgan, M. L., Smith, M., McCoy, J., Gaffney, F., Williams, R., Webster, K. (2012). Mentoring of color: Succeeding through relationships. Professional Development Workshop presented at the Association of Black Psychology 44th Annual International Conference: Los Angeles, CA, July 2012. (refereed)

Academic History and Background

PhD, Texas Tech University, 2010

PhD in Marriage and Family Therapy - Texas Tech University

MS in Marriage and Family Therapy - Oklahoma State University

2013 ODSA TRiO Achiever of the Year

Satir Global Network

International Family Therapy Association

IHLRN

Professional Practice and Community Service

Chair, CFT Admissions Committee

Member, San Diego Campus I-MERIT

Therapist, Volunteers of America

Outreach Ministry at Community Bible Church - San Diego, CA

Volunteer Counselor at Turning Point Pregnancy Resource Center - San Diego, CA