About Morgan Ortiz, LCSW

About Morgan Ortiz, LCSW

I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker in Rhode Island and a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Connecticut. I have several years of experience providing sex education and sex therapy to individuals of all ages. So often intimacy is overlooked as an integral component of the human experience – because intimacy is about more than just sex. Whether you’re in a relationship and looking to connect (or reconnect) with your partner(s), or you’re flying solo and looking to become more in tune with your own body I welcome individuals of all ages, genders, and sexual orientations to commit to change for the better. You deserve it!

Licensure

  • Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker, Rhode Island
  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Connecticut

Education

  • Master of Social Work, University of New England
  • Bachelor of Social Work, Sacred Heart University

Get to Know Me

“I’ve seen a few therapists in the past, but it just never felt right.”

“I felt judged.”

“Therapy has always been me talking and just getting nods and silence back.”

“All they kept saying was, ‘how does that make you feel?'”

Time and time again I have heard clients tell me that they have tried therapy in the past and just didn’t work out. If you are showing up to therapy ready and willing to do the work but do not feel connected to the person who is supposed to be helping you through the process, it will undoubtedly be more difficult to feel as though you are making progress.

I consider my approach to be a person-centered integration of several evidence-based models, as it is my firm belief that each client deserves an approach as unique as their needs are. In a society where many are taught not to talk about sex and intimacy, every one of my clients can feel safe from judgement in my presence and free to be their most authentic selves.

Therapy should be a fluid process – a conversation – where you’re able to express the good, the bad and the ugly and not feel like you’ll be met with the sound of crickets once you’ve gotten it all off your chest. Sometimes brains are weird, and sometimes sex can get weird but ‘weird’ is the spice of life! I promise you, there are few things I haven’t heard before. If you’re confused about what you want or are confused about how something makes you feel… you don’t have to figure things out alone. Let’s talk about it!