Amy Morrison, LADC-MH

Alcohol, Drug and Addiction Counselor

Amy has an affection and talent for working with individuals who seek to implement positive changes in their lives. Using a conversational style, Amy is committed to offering patients alternative perspectives as they reflect on their life journeys and how their experiences have shaped their present lives.  She considers it a privilege to have the opportunity to watch and participate as individuals grow with increased insight and self-awareness.

Her extensive history of treating individuals with addiction, loved ones who struggle with areas related to codependency, and those impacted by other difficulty specific to their mental and emotional states have resulted in an understanding and compassionate style in helping others.

Her personal and professional experiences have been invaluable in treating addiction, codependency, anxiety, trauma, grief, loss, life dissatisfaction, struggles related food/weight/body image, anger, coping skills, self-worth, and family conflict.  Amy provides an environment of encouragement to individuals and seeks to offer insights and support as patients piece together their often challenging stories.  The goal of therapy is to see patients learn to empower themselves as they implement positive changes in their lives.

Amy’s Specialities include:

  • Addiction
  • Codependency
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Trauma/PTSD
  • Grief
  • Life Dissatisfaction
  • Food/Weight/Body Image
  • Anger
  • Coping Skills
  • Self-Worth
  • Conflict Resolution