Hi, I’m Dr. Morgan Levy, a psychologist specializing in perfectionism and burnout. Ask me anything!
[3pm - I am back and will answer more questions! I plan on spending quite a few hours here and will also answer questions over the next few days. I'm going to share some resources:
For information on my workshops and other programming (that isn't therapy) you can go here: https://www.drmorganlevy.com I have a short, informal quiz I created that you might find helpful: https://www.drmorganlevy.com/quiz (It does ask you to enter your email - you can unsubscribe)
For more information about my therapy practice you can go here: https://morganlevyphd.com
I always recommend asking for a free consultation to ensure you are getting the best fit!
Alright - I'm going to get back to responding. I appreciate all of you so much!- Morgan]
[1PM EDT - I'm having so much fun! I have to step away for a little bit, but keep those questions coming! I will be back soon to answer more and provide more resources.]
[Update - Thank you everyone for these amazing questions! I plan on answering as many as I can. I've set aside time in my schedule to do this because I love reddit! I just wanted to let you know that I see them all and am working away :) ]
Hello Reddit! My name is Dr. Morgan Levy and I am a licensed clinical psychologist. I did an AMA last year and had a blast so I am so excited to do another one!
I’ve been working online providing therapy and workshops specializing in burnout and perfectionism for several years now. I’m really passionate about helping perfectionists and high-achievers learn more about who they are beyond their profession and their work.
While I can’t provide therapy over Reddit, I’m happy to answer general questions about perfectionism, burnout, and other mental health issues in general.
Beyond my work as a psychologist, I’m a bit of a nerd! I love science fiction and planning murder mystery parties :)
Disclaimer: This post is for educational and informational purposes only and not therapy or a substitute for therapy. If you're experiencing thoughts or impulses that put you or anyone else in danger, please contact the National Suicide Help Line at 1-800-273-8255 or go to your local emergency room.
Proof: Here's my proof!