Katherine Morris, M.A., Ph.D. has a Masters in Counseling Psychology and a doctorate in Depth Psychology. She has trained and worked in New York State’s Creedmoor Psychiatric Hospital, Mt. Sinai Hospital’s Rape Crisis Center, Bergen County’s Division of Family Guidance, the Jung Institute in Zurich, the Contemporary Center for Psychoanalytic Studies, and Coach U.
Dr. Morris has studied with Jungian analysts Nathan Schwartz-Salant, James Hollis, James Hillman, Helene Shulman Lorenz. She served as an adjunct professor at NJCU, teaching psychology courses, and authored a weekly psychological advice column for years.
Dr. Morris is versed in 12-step recovery approaches, Chasidic thinking, and the psychological effects of the environment on behavior, thinking and feeling. Known for her deep listening skills and caring, Dr. Morris views work with each client as a sacred work which she feels honored to be able to do.