“The way you look at things is the most powerful force in shaping your life.”
~ John O'Donohue
I speak on how we can individually and collectively develop a truer understanding of ourselves and develop the ability to be lead by a higher level of consciousness reflecting who we are at our best.
Dr. Nancy L. Morgan is available to speak to groups, agencies, graduate training programs, therapists, educators, and others who have explored, researched and/or aspired to help others become their fullest selves.
Presentations, Trainings, Consultations and Articles
Consultation and Training
Inner Life Explorations, Santa Barbara, CA - Introduction to IFS for Consciousness Medicine. September 2020.
School of Consciousness Medicine, Berkeley, CA - Introduction to IFS for Consciousness Medicine. March 2021.
Mindful Child and Family Therapy, Los Altos, CA. - 12-Week Training: Introduction to Internal Family Systems Therapy. 2020
IFS Institute 2021 Annual IFS Conference: Psychedelic Assisted IFS: Lessons Learned From Ketamine. October 16, 2021
German Conference on Ketamine: Introduction to Ketamine-Assisted Therapy. October 13, 2021
The Center for Conscious Medicine Virtual Workshop Series: Introduction to IFS for Consciousness Medicine Workshop. September 11 & 12, October 2 & 3, 2021
Oregon Psychological Association Virtual 2021 Annual Conference Breakout Session: An Introduction to the Internal Family Systems Model for Psychedelic-Assisted Therapists and Researchers. May 1, 2021
The One Inside Podcast - IFS-Informed Practicum Training Program. May 15, 2020
Adolescent Counseling Services, Redwood City, CA. Introducing IFS Into Graduate Training Programs. November 19, 2019.
Mind Matters Wellness Event, Milpitas, CA. - Leading from Self. February 24, 2019
Santa Clara County Psych. Assn. - Introduction to IFS. Lafayette, CA. October 3, 2019
Internal Family Systems Conference - Graduate Students' Stories. Denver, CO Sept. 28, 2019
The Karuna Model*
The case consultation model I refer to as the Karuna Model has been utilized for over two decades in practicum training sites, partial hospitatlization programs, inpatient settings, and community mental health settings. The model honors Indian-born, California Distinguished Psychologist, Dr. Janmeja Singh, whose early work with Dr. Gerald Caplan on community mental health case consultation serves as the model's foundation. Mindfulness practices have since been added to establish and support the compassionate and skillful activities and results of those engaged in its use.
The Karuna Model can be adapted for use at any site and used in any setting that aspires to enhance group members' intrapersonal and interpersonal effectiveness and growth.
To set up an appointment for more information, or a demonstration of the model, please contact me at (650) 437-9276
* Sanskrit - Compassionate activity.