Dr. Eric Morse
Dr. Eric Morse is an Addiction & Sports Psychiatrist at Carolina Performance in Raleigh. Dr. Morse was Board Certified in General Psychiatry in 2003 and Addiction Psychiatry in 2004. Dr. Morse helps people recover from many addictions and mental illnesses.
Eric Morse, MD
Addiction & Sports Psychiatrist
919.676.9699 ext. 1
Dr. Eric Morse is an Addiction and Sports Psychiatrist. Dr. Morse helps people recover from many addictions and mental illnesses. He has a busy Suboxone (buprenorphine/naloxone) maintenance program for opioid dependence within his private practice in Carolina Performance at the American Institute of Healthcare and Fitness. Dr. Morse works for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and the American Society of Addiction Medicine's (ASAM) Physician Clinical Support System as a mentor to help train other physicians on the proper treatment of opioid dependence. Dr. Morse directs local opioid treatment programs. His treatment approaches include performance enhancement therapy, motivational interviewing, biofeedback, cognitive behavioral therapy, group therapy, individual therapy, and medication management.
Dr. Morse is a sport psychiatrist who works with professional and college athletes and teams. He has been the Sport Psychiatrist for NC State since 2006. He specializes in a large variety of performance difficulties. Dr. Morse is the Immediate-Past President of the International Society for Sport Psychiatry and the Associate Editor for the Journal of Clinical Sport Psychology. Before NC State, Dr. Morse worked for UNC, UMBC, University of Maryland, and Baltimore Orioles. Dr. Morse has led substance abuse treatment programs for professional leagues.
Dr. Morse travels frequently to work with teams and businesses. Working with busy professionals and athletes, Dr. Morse is willing to have phone consultations. The initial appointment would need to be face to face.
- Northwestern University (Evanston, IL) – B.S.
- Northwestern University Medical School (Chicago, IL) – M.D.
- University of North Carolina Hospitals (Chapel Hill, NC) – Psychiatry Residency
- University of Maryland (Baltimore, MD) – Addiction Psychiatry Fellowship