The Morrison Clinic Difference
Analyzing the Issues Together
Your care starts with you. Amy Morrison has a down to earth personality and calm demeanor that will set you at ease. Together you will explore your current situation and determine a course of action. Amy takes the time to explain various options and treatment approaches so that you can choose the best fit for you. This is the Morrison Clinic Difference.
Talking, listening, and understanding you
Amy Morrison’s expertise lies in her ability to connect to her patients. This connection allows Amy to determine how each individual client handles adversity differently. Amy finds it very important to spend time to better understand the difficulties each patient is facing. Investing time with each client often leads to unearthing the root cause of their illness that had been undetected by other clinicians for years. This is the Morrison Clinic Difference.
The light at the end of the dark tunnel
Since 2006 Amy Morrison has expertly led her patients with disorders like depression, anxiety, bipolar, OCD, PTSD, and ADHD to good emotional health. Call the Morrison Clinic today so that she can guide you to the light at the end of the tunnel.
The name behind the results
Amy Morrison is a psychiatric Physician Assistant who has provided care to the Dallas psychiatric community for over 12 years. She obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Health Sciences from Butler University in 2004. She obtained her Master of Physician Assistant Studies degree from the University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Medicine in 2008. During her time at Butler, Amy competed as a division I college soccer player for the Bulldogs. Her success on the field led to her being inducted into the Butler University Athletic Hall of Fame in 2015.
Amy Morrison has extensive experience in outpatient, partial hospitalization, and inpatient settings. She has special interests in treating depression, anxiety, and ADHD. Amy enjoys teaching and serves as a clinical preceptor for PA and NP students. She is also a national speaker who educates medical professionals on ADHD. In her free time she continues to play soccer and is a proud volunteer youth soccer coach. She also enjoys reading, gardening, crafting, photography, and traveling.