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  Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology 2009-2011 Faculty and Administration Biographies Donald Morgan  

Donald Morgan

Psy.D., Rutgers

Donald Morgan is the director of the Psychological Services Clinic at the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology and teaches in the clinical program. After completing an internship at New York University-Bellevue, he was a National Institute of Health postdoctoral fellow at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He then spent 15 years as a partner in a group private practice working with children, adults, and couples. He served as a consultant to Overlook Hospital's Department of Cardiology and developed its first integrative stress management group program. Dr. Morgan's work is influenced by postdoctoral training in yoga and Eastern studies, hypnosis and self-regulation practices, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and he holds a certificate in psychoanalysis. His research background includes psychophysiological studies of hypnosis, attention, and pain control; he is currently working with biofeedback and neurofeedback in clinical research. He specializes in working with clients with chronic diseases who can benefit from holistic, integrative therapies. He is a licensed psychologist and maintains a practice in psychotherapy and supervision in Summit, NJ.

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