Juliet Morgan, M.D.
Dr. Morgan is a psychiatrist and neuropsychiatrist based in the CalPsychiatry San Francisco office. She specializes in the integrative treatment of patients with mood and anxiety disorders, ADHD, neuropsychiatric illness, and healing from trauma. Dr. Morgan is a board certified neurologist, and understands the complex interplay between the structural “hardware” and emotional “software” in the brain. Dr. Morgan has been featured in several media outlets including KQED and CBS for her work with COVID-19 patients.
Dr. Morgan takes an evidence-based integrative approach to personalized medical care. She provides both pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatments, and draws upon many forms of healing to tailor a treatment plan to a patient’s unique needs.
During training as both a neurologist and psychiatrist at UCSF, Dr. Morgan pursued additional training in psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy, addiction psychiatry, psychodynamic psychotherapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, advanced nutrition, and sleep medicine. She enjoys working with patients with an aim of cultivating psychological growth and greater wellbeing. As an assistant clinical professor at UCSF, she teaches extensively on neuropsychiatry and neuroanatomy, bringing a whole-brain approach to her patients’ needs.
Dr. Morgan co-authored the book “Long Illness: A Practical Guide to Surviving, Healing and Thriving” with Meghan Jobson, MD, PhD and devotes a part of her practice to the integrative treatment of long illnesses, like Long Covid.
- Integrative Psychiatry
- Women’s Mental Health
- Covid Stress
- Long Covid Depression/Anxiety
- Autism Spectrum Diagnosis