Morgan Gald, LCSW

clinical therapist


safe alley

As a therapist, I hope to provide a safe, comfortable environment that promotes healing and growth. I work with children ages 4+, adolescents, and young adults. I operate from a trauma-informed perspective, considering how our unique life experiences impact how we see the world, function at home, school, and work, and regulate our emotions.

My clinical interests include working with complex trauma, childhood emotional abuse and neglect, depression, anxiety, dissociative symptoms, family conflict, behavioral challenges, school avoidance, suicidality, and self-injury. I have worked at an adolescent day treatment, outpatient therapy clinic, school-based therapy setting, and a domestic violence shelter.

In my free time, I enjoy visiting local coffee shops, spending time with friends, listening to podcasts, and relaxing at home by watching YouTube or Netflix or spending time with my 2 cats.



Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, including complex trauma (cPTSD) and attachment

Suicidality and Self-injury


Adolescent and Young Adult Mental Health


Sensory, somatic, and/or movement-based interventions based in neuroscience

Trauma-informed treatment

Play Therapy


Master of Social Work – University of Wisconsin Green Bay

Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Neurobiology – University of Wisconsin Madison

Certified Transgender Care Therapist