In My House We Believe in Talking About Emotions By: Amy Morrison PA-C at morrisonclinic.com I have noticed that as a society we really do a poor job of expressing our emotions. Not only do we feel uncomfortable talking about emotions, but we also do not really know what we are feeling. We don’t know how to deal with negative emotions because most […]
Due to the pandemic, Morrison Clinic has converted to 100% virtual appointments so you can be seen from the safety of your own home.
Amy's expertise lies in her ability to connect to her patients by seeing them as individuals and recognizing the beauty of how each person handles adversity differently. This is why she finds it very important to spend time to better understand the difficulties each client is facing, which often leads to unearthing the root cause of their illness that had been undetected by other clinicians for years.
Morrison Clinic accepts clients without insurance and is also in network with the following PPOS: United Health Care, Aetna, Blue Cross, and Cigna. We cater to your busy schedule by being flexible with ours and offer lunch time appointments three days a week. We are accepting new patients with non-urgent medical needs. To schedule a new patient appointment visit morrisonclinic.com/evaluation.
Morrison Clinic Founder Amy Morrison Joins the Hall of Fame
In October of 2015 Amy Morrison, founder of Morrison Clinic Psychiatry in Dallas, TX, was inducted in the Butler University Hall of Fame. Morrison finished her collegiate career as the most prolific scorer in the history of the women’s program setting both single season and career records for the Bulldogs. Her single season records include […]
Tips on Surviving the Holiday Season
Why are the holidays so stressful? One word. PRESSURE. We place so much pressure on ourselves around the holiday season. Pressure to decorate the house and make everyone’s favorite food. We feel obligated to spend hoards of money on the perfect presents. We feel pressured to be the perfect family for the Christmas Card […]
Do you have a guilty conscience?
By Amy Morrison Psychiatric PA and Medical Director at the Morrison Clinic Are you plagued by feelings of guilt? Does your stomach churn when someone is upset with you? Do you seek excessive reassurance from others? Do you avoid conflict whenever possible? When conflict is unavoidable do you find yourself consumed by distress until […]
What’s Wrong With Being a People Pleaser?
People pleasers feel more important and feel good about themselves through the act of taking care of others. However the people they often take care of tend to manipulate and misuse them and offer them little care in return. While People Pleasers show love and affection by taking care of others, they find it hard […]
Understanding Depression and Depression Treatment
UNDERSTANDING DEPRESSION Depression can be difficult to diagnose because it presents differently in each person. Depression treatment should be tailored to the individual person based ontheir symptoms. In order to determine the depression treatment that is right for you, it is important to understand how depression impacts your daily life. When you […]
Psychiatrist vs Therapist: Which one do I need?
A psychiatrist or psychiatric PA can prescribe medication to help fix the chemical imbalance that leads to depression and anxiety. In the most basic terms, depression and anxiety stem from low levels of serotonin and other chemicals in your brain. Antidepressants prescribed by a psychiatrist or psychiatric PA work by increasing serotonin in the brain. […]
How Well Do You Know Yourself?
Journaling is a great way to process the world around you and your own thoughts. However, many people find it difficult to organize their thoughts. As they try to put pen to paper they are overwhelmed by the blank page. I recently wrote an article titled“In My House We Believe in Talking About […]
ADHD in Adults: An Expert’s Explanation
What is ADHD? The prefrontal cortex , located right behind your forehead, does not function well when you have ADHD. You can think of it as your filter. It filters out stimulus in your environment so that you can focus on one thing at time. For people that don’t have ADHD this part of the brain filters out background noise […]
God Bless Pinterest
Ok guys I have to admit, I am a bit addicted to Pinterest. I’m not gonna lie, it can be a problem at times. I find myself going to Pinterest for that crock pot recipe I need for dinner tomorrow and 2 hours later I haven’t even found the crock pot recipe… But I found […]