Virginia Morris is an experienced psychotherapist with fifteen years of private practice as a licensed marriage, family and child therapist. California’s MFT certification means that she has received over 3,000 hours of supervised training in assessing and treating individuals and couples with a broad range of psychological and/or interpersonal concerns.

Dr. Morris wrote her doctoral thesis on projective identification as seen in couples. She is broadly experienced across the spectrum of mental disorders and trained to evaluate whether a person's concern is amenable to psychotherapy or if there is a medical factor contributing to their emotional or mental wellbeing.

With nine years of teaching experience in elementary education, she has also taught continuing education courses on adult relationships. Dr. Morris earned a teaching credential in Elementary Education at UCLA.

Her postgraduate studies include courses in couples’ therapy with Walter Brackelmanns M.D. at UCLA's Neuropsychiatric Institute, training in short term dynamic psychotherapy and courses at the American Neuro-Psychiatric & American Psychiatric Association Annual Meetings.

ORIENTATION: Cognative/Behavioral, Psycho-dynamic
2080 Century Park East,
suite #1409
Los Angeles, California
Fee Schedule
Sessions 50-60 Minutes - $200

*Payment due at time of service.
UCLA, School of Education, BA
Antioch University, Los Angeles, MA
Psychology Ryokan College, Ph.D., Psychology
California Association of Marriage, Family & Child Therapists.
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