Don L. Morgan, Ph.D. is an applied positive psychology practitioner, working as a catalyst for developing and achieving stretch-goals. He has training in the field of positive psychology and has earned certifications in numerous areas including: Master Life Coach, Anger Management Facilitator, Executive Coach, Master Business Coach, Positivity Coach, Neurolinguistic Programming, Law of Attraction Practitioner, Leader Effectiveness Facilitator and Trainer, and Competency-Based Education Consultant. His memberships include International Positive Psychology Association and Association for Contextual Behavioral Science.
He graduated for Northwest Nazarene College and then served as social studies teacher and athletic coach in Melba and New Plymouth, Idaho. He earned a Master’s degree from the University of Idaho and in 1963 became principal of Amana High School in Iowa. In 1965 Morgan joined the University of Iowa as a educational consultant and doctoral student. His doctoral thesis dealt with adoption of innovative educational practices.
Don Morgan searches for the best ideas and shares these insights. His Ph.D. from the University of Iowa emphasized administrative science and human behavior in organizations. His professional background includes teaching, counseling, and administration at elementary, secondary, community college, and university levels:
- As Director of a Federal program, he introduced innovative practices in elementary and secondary schools.
- He was the principal of Becker Research Learning Center, an experimental, campus-based K–12 school dedicated to demonstrating instructional innovation.
- He was Director of Research for Midwest Research, Walled Lake, Michigan.
- He developed Leadership By Objectives as a framework for positive organizational change.
- He developed the Unalienable Pursuits program to apply positive psychology research findings to improve the lives and increase the happiness of individuals.
- Don is a writer and a Leader Effectiveness Specialist working with clients by telephone and in person.
To read more about Don and some of the people who have impacted his life, visit donlmorgan.com.
Carrie J. Morgan is a coach trainer, business consultant, speaker, and author who assists individuals to leverage personal brilliance, develops teams to leverage powerful collaboration, and assists leaders to leverage intentional leadership for personal fulfillment and organizational success. In addition to co-authoring, “Re-entry a Guide for Nurses Dealing with Substance Use Disorder” and editing other transformational books, Carrie has created successful business consulting and executive coaching firms in Seattle and Boise. From these experiences have come several nationally recognized programs and methods for clients such as developing an executive franchise leadership team and the start-up franchisee coaching program, consulting with a 195-store restaurant chain, creating a program for reorienting newly released inmates to become productive citizens, and developing the youth leadership training at an International Women’s Leadership Project. Carrie’s leadership development emphasizes self-awareness, intention, energy and incremental change as key strategies.
Patricia K. Morgan, Ph.D. is a psychologist specialized in treating post traumatic stress conditions and in grief counseling. She is a certified EMDR therapist by EMDRIA. She was recognized by Cambridge Who’s Who and Donald Trump Jr. as 2011 Professional of the Year representing Psychology. She is a charter member of the International Positive Psychology Association and has participated in all three World Congresses.
Dr. Morgan received her PhD in Clinical Psychology and her Master’s Degree in Psychology from Duquesne University where she worked in the Counseling and Testing Center and also taught study skills and psychology classes. Her post-doctoral internship was with Northwest Human Development where she was Lead Therapist. Patricia got her academic start at Clarion University where she earned three degrees—Bachelor’s degrees in Business Administration and in Psychology, and a Master’s degree in Elementary Education.
In addition to her five college degrees, Psychologist’s license, and EMDRIA Certification, Dr. Morgan is certified in several specialties including Positivity Coaching, Hypnotherapy, Parent Effectiveness Training, Anger Management, Executive Coaching, and Grief Counseling.
She is the author of an inspirational book about cancer survivors entitled Mastectomy: From Devastation to Resilience—The Stories of Seven Young Mothers. Her memberships include International Positive Psychology Association, American Psychology Association, Pennsylvania Psychology Association, Clarion Chamber of Business and Industry, EMDRIA, and Lions Club.
In 2006 she opened her practice in Clarion, Pennsylvania. For more information about Dr. Patricia Morgan, visit www.ClarionPsychologist.com.