Beth Morris, LMSW
Beth Morris (She/Her) completed her M.S.W. from the University of Michigan and has been working in the field as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She has experience as a counselor at Michigan State University where she works with all ages throughout the life span. Prior to her counseling experience at MSU, she spent 14 years in school social work where she worked with Preschool-12th grade youth.
She has numerous areas of clinical interest and expertise. Her focus areas are: trauma responses, secondary trauma, grief, ambiguous loss, complicated grief & loss, depression, anxiety, life transitions, chronic illness, and LGBTQIA+. Beth has received specialized training in Prolonged Exposure, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Mindfulness Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Ambiguous Loss, Critical Incident Stress Management, and Brain-Based coping strategies.
Since the pandemic, her focus has been on burnout, compassion fatigue, and trauma/exposure for essential workers.
Beth’s priority is the comfort of the client and establishing a welcoming environment. Asking for help is a difficult thing to do and respect for that is key to a meaningful journey in therapy. The healing begins when vulnerability has a safe place to land. She is honored to be part of a wonderful team with a commitment to community and emotional wellness.