• Stephanie P. Morgan, MFT
  • Psychotherapy

Currently Serving

  • Oakland
  • Berkeley
  • Piedmont
  • Emeryville
  • Santa Rosa

If you are looking for therapist right now, you most likely need help to ease suffering of some kind. You want to find the right person to help. You might be wondering if therapy can really work.

There are many ways to help people and many ways we can feel helped. As an experienced therapist, I believe there are two core components to any effective therapy experience.

The first component is a good fit between therapist and client.

Like it is in any relationship, we click with some people and not with others. In my experience, this chemistry is an important component to an effective therapy.

I think its a good idea for us to talk on the phone initially for a few minutes then to meet in person for an initial session to see if we might move forward.

I like to use the first 3 sessions as time to see if ongoing work together seems useful. We do this by talking about what the current problems are, what you want from therapy. You trust your gut and I trust mine. We go from there.

Secondly, the therapist practices in a way that is authentic to who they are as a person. I believe that therapy is most effective when the therapist works in a way that matches who they are as a person (not just using “learned techniques”). For me, Relational Depth Therapy reflects who I am and how I work.

Relational: I have always had a natural curiosity about what is happening inside of each person and how that informs what happens between people. The ways that we relate to to ourselves and to each other.

Depth: This refers to the layers of complex and sometimes conflicting feelings we all have inside and to the deep unconscious feelings/beliefs we are not fully aware of that may be getting in our way.

I use my natural curiosity, my strength in relatedness, along with my education and training to help you discover new ways to be in the world with ease and freedom.



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University of California, Davis, 1995, BS | Bachelors Human Development
John F. Kennedy University, 2004, MA | Masters Counseling Psychology


For the last 14 years, I’ve been working as a therapist with diverse populations in a variety of settings. I currently work only with individual adults in my private practice. My training includes analytic, psychodynamic, transpersonal theories.

I see my education and training as an ongoing process. I continue to learn as much as I can about different ways to understand and help people change their lives for the better.


California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists
East Bay California Association of Marriage and Family TherapistsNorthern California Society of Psychoanalytic Psychology
Friends of the San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis
The Psychotherapy Institute
Licensed with the California Board of Behavioral Sciences


Please contact me for current fees.

I do not bill insurance companies directly but if your insurance company allows for “out of network providers”, I can provide you with the information needed for reimbursement.

“Life is truly known only to those who suffer, lose, endure adversity and stumble from defeat to defeat.”


“Nobody, as long as he moves about among the chaotic currents of life, is without trouble.”


“Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.”




Please call or email to schedule an appointment or phone consultation.



5725 Oak Grove Ave. #2,
Oakland, CA 94618
My Oakland office is located within one block of the Rockridge BART station.

Unfortunately, it is not wheelchair accessible.
There is a flight of stairs leading up to the 2nd story suite.

Santa Rosa

320 10th St. Ste. 202
Santa Rosa, CA 95401
My Santa Rosa office is located in the St. Rose Business Center Building and is wheelchair accessible.