Morgan Eldridge, PhD, is a clinical psychologist in the Mood Disorders Center at the Child Mind Institute. Dr. Eldridge works with children, adolescents and their families to address depression, mood dysregulation and suicidality. Dr. Eldridge utilizes therapeutic interventions grounded in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT). Dr. Eldridge has experience working in primary care, school, outpatient and hospital settings. In addition, she has specialized training in trauma-informed treatment. Dr. Eldridge’s clinical practice also emphasizes supporting parents of children and teens with emotion dysregulation or oppositional behavior through evidence-based intervention.
Dr. Eldridge is passionate about prevention-focused initiatives, including behavioral mental health education, to promote healthier, more resilient systems. As well, Dr. Eldridge enjoys developing community partnerships to address mental health issues and barriers to identifying and receiving treatment. Dr. Eldridge values collaboration in the therapeutic relationship and aims to support children, adolescents and their families in reaching their potential and fulfilling their treatment goals. Dr. Eldridge is committed to empowering young people and their families through evidence-based behavioral change grounded in culturally responsive treatment.