Leanne Morris, MSW, LICSWA

I’ve always been sensitive to life’s transitions and interested in the inner world below the surface. As a child and teen, even small transitions could be challenging. In 1999, as a young adult, I started practicing meditation and Vajrayana Buddhism. My practice gave me the tools I needed not only to transform my day-to-day difficulties but also gave me a safe and meaningful way to look below the surface and make real change.

In 2005, I received my Masters in Social Work with the motivation of supporting others in finding meaningful ways to weather life’s struggles and difficult conditions. It is an honor to be able to do work that allows me to connect with others on such a deep and intimate level.

In order to be of service to you, I am fiercely committed to doing my own work. In addition to my continued practice of meditation and Buddhism, I’ve done and continue to do personal therapeutic work, continuing education and case consultation with a variety of therapists and healers.

In my personal life, I enjoy the time I spend with family as well as the moments I find to be alone. My favorite activity is finding quiet and joyful places, both externally and internally.

“May I become an island for those seeking dry land,

A lamp for those needing light,

A place of rest for those who desire one.”

– Bodhisattva Shantideva