Mia Morrison, LMHC

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Ms. Morrison holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, and a Masters and Educational Specialist Degree both from Indiana University (Go Hoosiers!). She has over ten years of experience working in the mental health field, including experience in inpatient and residential psychiatric care; counseling and educational services to at risk college students at Butler and Marian University; and a wide range of general services in community mental health. She is also a therapist for the Wounded Warrior Projects’ adventure-based retreats,  providing psychoeducation and new tools to help with military combat stress, PTSD, and other invisible wounds of war. These experiences have provided her with a diverse set of skills that allow her to work with a wide variety of clients.

Ms. Morrison utilizes a client-centered and integrative approach to aid in helping individuals obtain their maximum potential in their life and relationships. She is trained in cognitive behavioral approaches; trauma certified utilizing cognitive processing therapy, solution-focused and interpersonal therapies. Ms. Morrison is a Star Behavioral Health Provider and Level 1 Gottman trained therapist helping couples manage their conflicts, deepen their friendship and intimacy, and share their life purpose based on the Sound Relationship House Theory.

Ms. Morrison is an Adjunct Professor at the IU School for Education in the Counselor Education program. She is currently teaching two practicum courses.

Ms. Morrison utilizes a client-centered and integrative approach to aid in helping individuals obtain their maximum potential in their life relationships. She is trained in cognitive behavioral approaches; trauma certified utilizing cognitive processing therapy, solution-focused and interpersonal therapies. Ms.

When she is not working, she enjoys cycling, archery, stacking rocks, photography, playing outdoors with her two daughters, and spending time with her family.