I recently had the honor to be interviewed by my good friend Debonee Morgan, who is taking the bull by the horns (don’t f*&k with horns Bender…come on you know that’s funny) on the issues of LGBTQ equality through her new initiative, Innersexions.


Debonee Morgan, LMFT Bio

Debonee Morgan a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Certified Spiritual Director in Atlanta, Georgia.  Her private practice focuses on issues involving LGBTQ, sex, faith, and art; helping clients celebrate their diverse identities and forge healthy, vibrant relationships with self, partners, family and community.

Debonee hosts the podcast, “Innersexions”, as well as contributing articles and guest appearances on others’ social media, and leading workshops.

She is a volunteer therapist and case manager with Lost n Found (services for Atlanta’s homeless, gay youth), a supervisor for pre-licensed therapists, and a founding Board Member of the LGBTQ Therapists’ Resource.

Debonee is currently studying in the inaugural cohort of “The Living School” (aka The Underground Seminary) at Richard Rohr’s Center for Action & Contemplation, and an active member of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors & Therapists; World Professional Association for Transgender Health; the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists; Spiritual Directors International; the Society for the Integration of Spirituality and Psychotherapy; and the Atlanta Jung Society (including the Psychology Club for clinical members).

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    Art? Jung? That reminds me of a book I have by a Swiss artist who began painting his dreams as Jungian therapy, compiled in “Light from the Darkness: The Paintings of Peter Birkhäuser.”

    “Over the course of 35 years, he kept notes on over 3400 of his dreams,
    and his work increasingly focused on the images emerging from his
    unconscious. His new work was not well-received by the art community of
    the time, but, viewed today, his vivid paintings bear striking testament
    to the disruptive and transformative reality of the individuation
    process. Few artists have so powerfully evoked the uncanny otherness of
    the unconscious.”

    An online resource for his paintings is here: