Crisis intervention in the clinic setting
One to one brief therapy Ssessions for dealing with depression, anxiety, ADHD, and/or other mental health disorders
Referrals to Chemical Dependency Counseling
Triage collaboration with the patient, physician, health coach and nurse
Referrals to Community Resources for on-going needs impacting psychosocial, emotional and physical well-being of the patient
Assisting the patient with identifying non-pharmacological interventions for dealing with life stressors and wellness
Follow up to the patient to ensure referrals are going smoothly and to inquire if further assessment and resources are needed
Kimberly believes Eeach person has a story to share and impart further knowledge to the profession she moves in. She is honored to share the journey and work collaboratively in their plan of care.
Animal Assisted Therapy Interventions
SD Dept of Licensing for Social Work
Kimberly Morgan received her MSW degree in 2009 from the University of North Dakota. She has spent the last six years working with adults in a long term care setting, as part of the interdisciplinary team and director for the social services department. Prior to this she was in the field of early childhood, as a department manager and working with adolescents, all part of being employed with a local non-profit agency.
Kimberly Morgan, MSW, CSW-PIP has three adult children. In her spare time she enjoys spending time in the country with the cats, dogs and horses she resides with.