Michelle Morris Bio
Professional Counselor II, Coordinator of Wellness/Biofeedback
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!
MA, Counseling, Sam Houston State University
BA, Counseling Studies, York St John’s College, Leeds University
Twin City Mission Domestic Violence Services, Bryan, TX
Brazos County Juvenile Services Department, Bryan, TX
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.
Integrative with emphasis on person-centered, interpersonal process and cognitive behavioral approaches