Leanne Morris, MSW, LICSWA
I’ve always been sensitive to life’s transitions and interested in the inner world below the surface. In 1999, as a young adult, I started practicing meditation and Vajrayana Buddhism. In 2005, I received my Masters in Social Work from the University of Washington. Originally trained as a hospice social worker, I switched to psychotherapy after taking several years away from work to raise young children.
As I approached mid-life, I began to resonate more and more with the work of Carl Jung and Depth Psychotherapy. This is now the primary lens through which I view my own life and the lives of my clients. I am currently a student at the CG Jung Institute in Zurich, a four-year training program to become a Jungian Analyst.
It is an honor to be able to do work that allows me to connect with others on such a deep and intimate level. I believe in the ability of a strong therapeutic relationship to create a container for both healing and transformation. In order to be of service to you, I am fiercely committed to doing my own work. I’ve done and continue to do personal therapeutic work, continuing education and case consultation with a variety of therapists and healers.
“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