Dr. Tranese Morgan is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in the Commonwealth of Virginia and has worked as a Staff Psychologist and Doctoral Training Coordinator at Old Dominion University's Office of Counseling Services since July 2020. She received her bachelor's degree in Psychology in 2011 from Southeastern University, Lakeland, FL, and her Doctorate degree (Psy.D) in Clinical Psychology in 2017 from Regent University, Virginia Beach, VA. In 2018, she completed a 2-year APA-approved Internship and Post-Doctoral Fellowship at the Danielsen Institute at Boston University. Dr. Morgan's areas of clinical focus include the provision of affirming and inclusive mental health practices for college students. She utilizes a trauma-informed, integrative approach to therapy drawing from mindfulness and self-compassion-based practices, DBT, CBT, ACT, and relational theories (e.g., psychodynamic, attachment style, object relations). She aims to honor the spectrum of lived experiences of her clients including the ways in which their sociocultural identities (i.e., race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexuality, spirituality, etc.) intersect with their mental health and overall well-being. She is particularly drawn to outreach, and well-being initiatives centered on diverse student groups including LGBTQIA+ students, neurodivergent students, and communities of color such as BIPOC, Latinx, and International students. Dr. Morgan is also passionate about therapeutic approaches to psychodiagnostic assessment including ADHD, ASD, personality, learning, and executive functioning.