Dr.Julie Morrison - Uniquely Qualified

As a licensed psychologist and mother of two school-aged children with ADHD and
language-based learning differences, I possess a unique combination of professional
knowledge, practical experience, and personal dedication to making a difference in the
lives of children, adolescents, and adults for whom learning, attention, behavior, or emotional
disorders pose a challenge to accessing their strengths.  Completing my doctorate in clinical
psychology at the American School of Professional Psychology, I adopted an integrative
approach, emphasizing both psychodynamic conceptualization and cognitive-behavioral
strategies, which influenced my therapeutic approach.  Both my doctoral program and
pre-doctoral internship were accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA) and I
continue to be a member of APA.  

Professionally, I have conducted individual, family, and group psychotherapy, as well as
hundreds of comprehensive psychological evaluations in outpatient clinics and group practice
settings.  At the Kennedy Krieger Family Center/Johns Hopkins Hospital, I co-coordinated a
Birth to Five Clinic.  I am listed in the National Register of Health Service Providers in
Psychology.  A Fellow of the
Maryland Psychological Association, I served on the Professional
Practice Committee.  I am Vice President of
Individual Differences in Learning, a non-profit
organization, which advocates for the needs of twice exceptional (GT/LD) students and supports
their families.  I have also served on the LD/ADHD Advisory Committee for the Howard County
Public Schools.
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Julie A. Morrison, Psy.D.
Building on Strengths