Joanne Morrissey


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MSW, LISW-S, RYT 500, iREST Level 2 Practitioner

Joanne Morrissey is a Supervising Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Columbia College and a Master’s Degree in Social Work from The Ohio State University. Joanne is also a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT500) with 500+ hours of classroom study and has been teaching in studios, schools, corporate businesses, gyms, prison, hospitals and private homes for over 20 years. Joanne has a Level II Certificate in Integrative Restoration Meditation, an adjunct evidenced-based approach in treating trauma, anxiety, depression, chronic pain, addiction, insomnia, and couples counseling. Her therapeutic training and experience in trauma include Trauma Informed Care and Trauma Sensitive Yoga. Joanne is certified in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Substance Use Disorder. Joanne continues to train in the Gottman Method

Couples Therapy and The Buehler Institute.

Joanne’s background includes providing psychotherapy to adults over 18 with a trauma-informed and mindfulness-based approach. Processes used in therapy but not limited to are solution-focused, motivational interviewing, dialectical and cognitive behavioral. Joanne is retired from 20 years of active duty in the Air Force. She has had the honor of working with Veterans, particularly combat Veterans, and introducing adjunct evidence-based approaches in healing post-traumatic stress depression, addiction and insomnia.

Joanne is looking forward to working with you in opening the doors to empowerment, self-compassion, mindfulness and resilience.

In Joanne’s free time, she loves to continue learning, walking, hiking,  practicing and teaching yoga, gardening, dancing, listening to music, visiting museums, traveling and being with loved ones.

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