Dr. Keith Morgen, PhD, LPC, ACS
Dr. Keith Morgen is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in New Jersey and an Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS). Dr. Morgen has extensive clinical experience working with both adolescents and adults struggling with substance use disorders and the behavioral addictions (e.g., sex addiction, gambling), as well as anxiety, depressive, trauma, and bipolar disorders. Dr. Morgen is consistently up-to-date on the latest clinical research and theory in his other role as an academic. In addition to his clinical practice, Dr. Morgen is a tenured Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology and Counseling at Centenary University (Hackettstown, New Jersey) where he teaches in the undergraduate Psychology and graduate Counseling programs, serves as Undergraduate Psychology Program Coordinator, and is a former recipient of the Centenary Distinguished Teaching Award. Dr. Morgen has published over 35 scholarly articles and book chapters focused on substance use and mental health disorders, in addition to being the author of the text Substance Use Disorders and Addictions (Sage Publishing) and the upcoming forensic psychology text Aging Behind Prison Walls (Columbia University Press). Dr. Morgen also has over 75 scholarly research presentations at major psychology conferences. Dr. Morgen is a former President (2013-14) of the addictions counseling division of the American Counseling Association and is the current Clinical/Counseling Psychology Conference Programming Chair for the Eastern Psychological Association. Dr. Morgen received his Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology (Lehigh University) with his APPIC/APA Internship at the New Jersey Veterans Affairs Healthcare System, VA Medical Center in East Orange, New Jersey where he trained in the inpatient/outpatient substance use disorder treatment rotations. Dr. Morgen is also a former pre/postdoctoral research fellow (funded by the National Institutes of Health) in the Behavioral Science Training in Drug Abuse Research Program (formerly at National Development & Research Institutes in New York City; currently housed at New York University).