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Michael M. Morgan 1

Michael M. Morgan

College of Education, University of Wyoming, Dept. 3374

1000 University Avenue, Laramie, WY 82071

(307) 766-7657, e-mail: morganm@uwyo.edu

EDUCATION

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Marriage and Family Therapy May, 2003

Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana

Department of Child Development and Family Studies

Dissertation: Supervisor Role Perception: Instrument Development and Initial

Findings.

Master of Science (M.S.), Marriage and Family Therapy August, 1995 Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama Department of Family and Child Development Thesis: Relationship as Intervention: A Pilot Evaluation of a County Program for Pregnant and Parenting Teens Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Family Sciences May, 1993 Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah College of Human and Social Sciences Magna Cum Laude

LICENSE & CREDENTIALS

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Wyoming – LMFT 115

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

American Counseling Association Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Association for Play Therapy International Association for Marriage and Family Counselors Rocky Mountain Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Wyoming Counseling Association Wyoming Association for Play Therapy Wyoming Association for Infant Mental Health Michael M. Morgan 2

AWARDS AND HONORS

2011 Everett D. and Elizabeth M Lantz Distinguished Professorship In Education 2008 University of Massachusetts Boston – Infant-Parent Mental Health Fellow 2006 Outstanding Teaching Award, College of Education, University of Wyoming 1995 Frederick N. Andrews Fellowship, Purdue University.

1994 Graduate student of the year nominee, Auburn University.

1994 Anamerle Arant Academic Scholarship, Auburn University.

1993 Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society, Brigham Young University 1992 Phi Sigma Phi departmental honor society, Brigham Young University 1989 Four Year Trustees Scholarship, Brigham Young University.

1989 Texaco Inc., Philanthropic Scholarship.

CURRENT POSITION

Associate Professor 2003 - Present University of Wyoming, Department of Professional Studies – Counseling.

• Responsibilities include teaching, research, advising, and providing clinical supervision for masters and doctoral students within a graduate counselor education program.

• Clinic Coordinator for the Counselor Education Training Clinic

• National Counseling Exam Liaison

• Wyoming Early Childhood Mental Health Professional Certificate Program Coordinator

• Play Therapy Program Coordinator

• Responsible for the following doctoral and masters-level courses:

Counseling Theories; Pre-Practicum; Practicum; Practicum in Couples, Marriage and Family Therapy; Diagnosis & Psychopathology; Supervision Theory; Doctorate Practicum in Supervision; Assessment in Counseling;

Introduction to Play Therapy, Early Childhood Mental Health 1 & 2;

Consultation in Early Childhood Mental Health

BOOK CHAPTERS

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REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES

Warren, J. A., Morgan, M. M., Morris, T. M., & Morris, L. B. (2010). Breathing words slowly: Creative writing and counselor self-care—the writing workout. Journal of Humanistic Counseling, Education and Development, 5(2).

Lambert, S., & Morgan, M. (2009). Supporting veterans and their families: A case study and practice review. The Family Journal, 17, 241-250.

Warren, J. A., Morgan, M. M., Williams, S. L., & Mansfield, T. L. (2008). The poisoned tree: Infidelity as opportunity for transformation. The Family Journal, 16, 351-358.

Rothaupt, J. W., & Morgan, M. M. (2007). Counselors’ and counselor educators’ practices of mindfulness: A qualitative inquiry. Counseling and Values, 52(1), 40Morgan, M. M., & Sprenkle, D. H. (2007). Toward a common-factors approach to supervision. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 33, 1-17.

Buchanan, M., Morgan M., Cooney, P., & Gerharter, M. (2006). The University of Wyoming Early Childhood Summer Institute: A Model for Professional Development that Leads to Changes in Practice. Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education, 27, 161-169.

Storm, C. L., Todd, T. T., Sprenkle, D. H., & Morgan, M. M. (2001). Gaps between MFT supervision assumptions and practice: Suggested best practices. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 27, 227-239.

Morgan, M. M., Goddard, H. W., & Givens, S. N. (1997). Factors that influence willingness to help the homeless. Journal of Social Distress and the Homeless, 6, 45BOOK REVIEWS

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EXTENSION PUBLICATIONS

Davis, J., Keller, M., Jurich., Ulmer, G., Morgan, M., & Choice, P. (1998). CARe evaluation technical assistance resource binder. 4-H 881. Center for Families. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service.

Goddard, H. W., Morgan, M. M., & Sims, D. (1996). Principles of parenting training materials and presentation guides. Auburn, AL: Alabama Cooperative Extension Service.

Goddard, H. W., & Morgan, M. M. (1995). The great self mystery. Auburn, AL:





Alabama Cooperative Extension Service.

TECHNICAL REPORTS

Park, S., Ulmer, G., Keller, M., Bourdeau, B., Choice, P., Morgan, M., & Jurich, J.

(1998). Analysis of pre- and post-test, Clinton County, IN. CARe Initiative. Center for Families, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN.

Park, S., Ulmer, G., Davis, J., Keller, M., Choice, P., Bordeau, B., Morgan, M., & Jurich, J. (1998). Analysis of Grant County CARe Initiative. Center for Families, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN.

Park, S., Ulmer, G., Kavis, J., Choice, P., Keller, M., Jurich, J., & Morgan, M. (1998).

Evaluation of the 'Yes You Can! Survive' program, Clark County, IN. Center for Families, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN.

Park, S., Ulmer, G., Davis, J., Keller, M., Choice, P., Morgan, M., & Jurich, J. (1998).

Analysis of pre- and post-tests and program evaluation for Marion County, IN. CARe Initiative. Center for Families, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN.

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MANUSCRIPTS IN PROGRESS

Morgan, M. M., & Warren, J. A. (Expected Submission: Mar., 2011). Training and supervising for counselor wellness: Research and suggested practices. Counselor Education and Supervision.

Morgan, M. M., & Bruce, M. A. (Expected Submission: Apr. 2011). Triadic supervision: Lessons from the supervisors. Counselor Education and Supervision.

Morgan, M. M., & Bishop, M. (Expected Submission: Apr., 2011). Play therapist training: Transferring workshop learning to practice. International Journal of Play Therapy.

NATIONAL REFEREED PRESENTATIONS

Morgan, M. M., Douglas, K., & Bishop, M. (2011). Helping the helpers in real time: Best practices for training with live supervision. Workshop. Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Annual Conference, Nashville, Tennessee.

Morgan, M. M., & Vance, K. (2011). Bringing the brain to counseling: Integrating neuroscience with counsellor training and supervision. Workshop. Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Annual Conference, Nashville, Tennessee.

Morgan, M. M. (2009). Transforming counselor education through reflective practice.

Workshop. Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Annual Conference, San Diego, California.

Morgan, M. M. (2005). Building competence in clinical supervision. Poster. Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Annual Conference. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Rothaupt, J. W., Morgan, M. M., Lutterman, M, & Williams, S. (2005). Building counselor and supervisor competency: Managing with mindfulness. Workshop.

Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Annual Conference.

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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Morgan, M. M. (2003). The state of the therapist: Nurturing the soul. Workshop.

American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy Annual Conference.

Long Beach, California.

Morgan, M. M., & Sprenkle, D.H. (2002). A three dimensional model of clinical supervision. Poster. American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy Annual Conference. Cincinnati, Ohio.

Storm, C. L., Todd, T.C., Sprenkle, D. H., & Morgan, M. M. (1999). Advanced supervision: What supervisors should do versus what they do. Pre-conference Institute.

American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Annual Conference.

Chicago, Illinois.

Rose, W., Morgan, M., & Harpel, T. (1998). Ethics in the family studies classroom.

Round-table. National Council on Family Relations Annual Conference.

Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Pilat, M., Bordeau, B., Choice, P., Davis, J., Jurich, J., Morgan, M., Park, S. K., & Ulmer, G. (1998). Complexity of multi-site, multi-level evaluation in a statewide sexual assault and rape prevention initiative. Panel Session. American Evaluation Association Annual Conference. Chicago, Illinois.

Sprenkle, D. H., & Morgan, M. M. (1997). A peer-consultation model of metavision.

Workshop. American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Annual Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.

Morgan, M. M., Mamalakis, P. M., Nelson, T. S., & Sori, K. (1997). Evolution in two dimensions: The history of MFT. Poster. American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy Annual Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.

Sanderson, S., Greenman, D., Burr, W. R., Morgan, M. M., & Regis, R. L. (1992).

Student perceptions of family graduate programs. Paper. National Council on Family Relations Annual Conference. Orlando, Florida.

REGIONAL REFEREED PRESENTATIONS

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Morgan, M. M. (2010). Innovations sparked by neuroscience: Implications for counselor education. Workshop. Rocky Mountain Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Annual Conference. Jackson, Wyoming.

Morgan, M. M. (2008). Reflective practice in counseling and supervision. Workshop.

Rocky Mountain Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Annual Conference. Breckenridge, Colorado.

Morgan, M. M. (2008). Cultivating student wellness. Workshop. Rocky Mountain Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Annual Conference.

Breckenridge, Colorado.

Williams, S., & Morgan, M. M. (2008). Advocating best practices in clinical supervision:

Developing an outreach course for supervisors in the field. Workshop. Rocky Mountain Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Annual Conference. Breckenridge, Colorado.

Williams, S., Lambert, S., & Morgan, M. M. (2007). Intentional supervision: Best practices for supervisee development. Workshop. Wyoming Counseling Association Annual Conference. Casper, Wyoming.

Bruce, M. A., Lambert, S., McGriff, D., Morgan, M., & Warren, J. (2007). Ethics update.

Workshop. Wyoming Counseling Association Annual Conference. Casper, Wyoming.

Morgan M. M. (2004). Helping couples build positive futures. Workshop. Wyoming Conference on the Family: Building the future, Casper, Wyoming.

Morgan, M. M., & Blow, A. (1998). Internal family systems: An introductory workshop.

Workshop. Indiana Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Annual Conference. Indianapolis, Indiana.

Morgan, M. M., Mamalakis, P. M., Nelson, T. S., & Sori, K., & Sprenkle, D.H. (1997).

Evolution in two dimensions: A portrayal of the history of MFT. Poster. Indiana Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Annual Conference. Indianapolis, Indiana.

OTHER INVITED PRESENTATIONS

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Morgan, M. M. (2009, February). The brain in clinical work: Using neuroscience with clients. Workshop for the University of Wyoming Counseling Clinic staff.

Laramie, Wyoming.

Morgan, M. M. (2005), July). Attachment based interventions for children in early childhood and clinical settings. Workshop. University of Wyoming Biennial Institute for Play Therapy and Early Childhood Leadership. Laramie, Wyoming.

Morgan, M. M. (2004, September). Spirituality in clinical practice and the workplace:

Staying centered. Workshop for the University of Wyoming Counseling Clinic staff and students. Laramie, Wyoming.

Morgan, M. M. (2003, February). The three dimensions of clinical supervision: Model and implications. Doctoral course on supervision in Marriage and Family Therapy, Purdue University. West Lafayette, Indiana.

Morgan, M. M. (2002, October). Improving marital Relationships: Strategies from research. Presentation for an interdenominational Strengthening Families Workshop. Crawfordsville, Indiana.

Morgan, M. M. (2001, October). Healthy family communication. Presentation for an interdenominational Strengthening Families Workshop, Crawfordsville, Indiana.

Morgan, M. M. (2000, November). Clinical presentation and treatment of childhood stress disorders. Workshop for undergraduate class on children and stress, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana.

Morgan, M. M. (1995, February). Termination issues for therapists and clients.

Presentation and discussion for the Purdue MFT professional seminar, West Lafayette, Indiana.

SERVICE Wyoming Association for Infant Mental Health

• Board Member, 2009 – Present

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Wyoming Association for Marriage and Family Therapy

• President, 2006 – 2007

• President Elect, 2004 – 2006

• Web Specialist, 2004 – 2007 University of Wyoming

• University of Wyoming Suicide Prevention Coalition, 2006 – 2008

• Search Committee Member: Department of Family and Consumer Sciences, Randy Weigel, Chair, Fall, 2005

• Evaluator: Staff Senate Outstanding Employee of the Year, 2004 College of Education, University of Wyoming

• Early Childhood Committee, 2004 – Present

• Student Tech Fee Committee, 2005 – Present Department of Professional Studies – Counseling

• Coordinator, Early Childhood Mental Health Professional Certificate program



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