Michelle Morris Bio

Professional Counselor II, Coordinator of Wellness/Biofeedback

Personal Statement:
I was born in Texas, but spent a large portion of my life overseas in the United Kingdom. I moved to College Station in 2006 and have had the opportunity of living and working in the B/CS area since then. I joined the campus community in 2013 when I worked as the Victim Advocate at the University Police Department. Now I am happy to be a part of the Student Counseling Service and be able to work with students in this capacity.

I have a passion for working with students because I believe this stage of life is crucial in the development and potential of an individual. I understand that although this time is very exciting, it also comes with its challenges. Students will be forming lasting friendships and making decisions that will impact their future. I value a strong, trusting relationship in therapy and believe this is a true vehicle for change. I feel that empowering students to trust themselves and their ability to make good choices for their future is an important aspect of therapy. I see great importance in building self-esteem and self-awareness to facilitate success in future careers and relationships.

On my off time, I enjoy hanging out with my husband and two boys! I love going to concerts, traveling, going skiing and spending time with family. I like to relax by lounging on the sofa and watching a good movie or my recent TV shows!

Academic Training:
MA, Counseling, Sam Houston State University
BA, Counseling Studies, York St John’s College, Leeds University

Internship:
Twin City Mission Domestic Violence Services, Bryan, TX
Brazos County Juvenile Services Department, Bryan, TX

Licensure/Certification:
Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor - No. 62594
National Board Certified Counselor – No. 645528

Areas of Special Interest:
Relationship issues; trauma (particularly sexual assault and relationship violence); biofeedback; depression; anxiety; grief.

Theoretical Orientation:
Integrative with emphasis on person-centered, interpersonal process and cognitive behavioral approaches


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