Douglas Morgan Joins The Goodale School as Primary Therapist
The Goodale School and Recovery Community, a non-profit therapeutic boarding school for 14- to 17-year old boys who struggle with substance use and co-occurring disorders, has hired Douglas Morgan, MSW, LCASA, to their clinical team as a Primary Therapist.
Doug is a Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist with a Master of Social Work from Western Carolina University. He brings a passion for addressing the unique needs of adolescents, young adults, and LGBTQIA+ people in the recovery community. He uses mindfulness, a strengths-based perspective, and the principles of 12-Step Recovery fellowships to inspire students on their unique path. Doug spends his down time trail running, painting, and hiking with his dog.
“I am thrilled to have Doug join our clinical team at Goodale. Not only does he bring a lot of targeted experience for this population, but he is also just one of those people that makes you feel immediately comfortable and ready to connect,” says Jordan Stevenot, Clinical Director. “Our team is lucky to have him.”
The Goodale School is named in honor of Bob Goodale, a member of their Board of Directors and a passionate advocate for substance use disorder and recovery services in North Carolina. Goodale, a dedicated and visionary leader, has served non-profit organizations in communities across the United States and has been recognized for his lifelong commitment to the recovery community. The Goodale School is affiliated with Monarch, a leading statewide provider of services to thousands of people with mental illness, substance use disorders and intellectual and developmental disabilities in North Carolina. Monarch is a non-profit organization and is nationally accredited by The Joint Commission.