Dr. Morrow’s undergraduate degree is in Psychology and Special Education from Missouri Southern State University. Her Master’s degree is in Counseling is from Missouri State University, and her Doctorate of Education in Instructional Leadership and Higher Education Administration is from Lindenwood University.
Dr. Morrow’s extensive training in education allows her to provide comprehensive counseling to her clients. Her previous work as a special education teacher, school counselor, and 504 Coordinator has given her valuable knowledge that enables her to assist clients in a variety of settings.
Current Focus and Interests
Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) is an area in which Dr. Morrow specializes.
RTT combines Hypnotherapy, Neurolinguistics Programming (NLP), and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). This form of therapy helps people deal with anxiety, depression, fears, addictions, and even lack of confidence, among many other issues. RTT usually never goes beyond 3 sessions, and clients can feel relief in as little as one session. During this process a person enters a relaxed state, and is always aware and in control during the session.
Dr. Morrow also has additional training and certification in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy(EMDR). EMDR is a therapeutic approach that is shown to be especially helpful in treating trauma and stress.
Dr. Morrow utilizes her work experiences and specialized training to work with adolescents, adults, and families to help them address a wide range of issues such as divorce, trauma, anxiety, depression, and behavioral disorders.
She offers play therapy services, individual counseling sessions, and family therapy sessions.
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