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My name is Kimberly Morris.

Beginning the therapeutic journey can feel daunting. Knowing a little bit about who is walking along side you can help. I have gained clinical experience counseling in a variety of settings including a university campus, advocacy center/community agency, and private practice with diverse clientele. Below is more information on my licensure, training, and education.

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Licenses & Certifications

Licensed Professional Counselor, Associate

Issued by Texas Behavioral Health Executive Council

National Certified Counselor

Issued by the National Board for Certified Counselors

Prepare/Enrich Facilitator

Issued by Prepare/Enrich

Trauma-Focused CBT Trained Counselor

Issued by University of South Carolina


Continuing Education

The state of Texas requires licensed counselors to be lifelong learners, continually attend ethics trainings, and stay up to date in the field. I aim to serve my clients well by committing to hone current skills and expand my knowledge in new areas.



Clinical Mental Health Counseling, M.A.
University of Texas, Tyler


CACREP Accredited

Member of the national counselor honor society, Chi Sigma Iota

Counseling training areas include psychological disturbance due to developmental, educational, career, cognitive, emotional, behavioral, cultural, relational or environmental issues. Competency areas include diagnosis and assessment, evidence-based counseling/psychotherapy techniques, group processes, human development, cultural diversity, addiction and career counseling.


Psychology, B.S.
University of Texas, Tyler


Volunteer for the Walk for Suicide Awareness

Member and elected officer of the National Alliance on Mental Illness

Competency areas include an empirically based foundation of human behavior, sensations and perceptions, cognitions, emotions, motivation, and learning. Perspectives are grounded through scientific research design and statistical techniques/analysis.

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