MORGAN HOPSON, M.A.
Morgan is an eating recovery counselor, writer, and researcher in the occupied Ohlone Territory (Bay Area). Her focus is on decolonizing anthropology, decolonizing eating disorder epidemiology, and the reinstatement of Indigenous Rights as climate action. Morgan works with clients in a variety of sectors including sustainable fashion, eating disorder recovery, resiliency from sexual trauma, sexuality and identity counseling, creative expression through healing arts.
Morgan is of Tsalagiyi Nvdagi Wind Clan/Muscogee Creek, Italian, and Euro-Settler heritage from East Texas. As ancestral lineage work, she studies and practices Indigenous Friulian (Italian) Women's medicinal philosophy and Tsalagi life philosophy as a citizen of the Tsalagiyi Nvdagi tribe in East Texas.
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