Julie Morrison, Psy.D.

Julie Morrison, Psy.D.
Julie Morrison, Psy.D.

10440 Shaker Dr., Suite 209
Columbia, MD 21046

As a licensed psychologist and mother of two school age children with ADHD and language- based learning differences, I possess a unique combination of professional knowledge, practical experience, and personal dedication to making a difference in the lives of children, adolescents, and adults for whom learning, attention, behavior, or emotional disorders pose a challenge to accessing their strengths.

Completing my doctorate in clinical psychology at the American School of Professional Psychology, I adopted an integrative approach, emphasizing both psychodynamic conceptualization and cogntive-behavioral strategies, which influence my therapeutic approach.

Professionally,I have conducted individual, family, and group psychotherapy, as well as hundreds of comprehensive psychological evaluations in outpatient clinic and group practice settings. At the Kennedy Kreiger Family Center/Johns Hopkins Hospital, I co-coordinated a Birth to Five Clinic.

Both my doctoral program and pre-doctoral internship were accredited by the American Psychological Association(APA). I am listed in the National Register of Health Service Providers of Psychology. I am a member of both APA and the Maryland Psychological Association, where I serve on the Professional Practice Committee.

Some of my publications relate to my interest and training in the impact of trauma on child development:

Morrison, J.A. (2000). Protective factors associated with children’s emotional response to chronic community violence exposure. Trauma, Violence, and Abuse: A Review Journal, 299-320.

Morrison, J.A., Frank, S., Holland, C., and Kates, W. (1999). Emotional development and disorders in young children in foster care. In J.A. Silver, B.J. Amster, & T. Haecker (Eds.), Young children and foster care: A guide for professionals. Baltimore: Paul H. Brooks.


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Julie Morrison, Psy.D.