PARISA MORRIS, APC, NCC
Associate Professional Counselor
Parisa specializes in working with teenagers and adults going through life transitions, finding their identity, difficulty with school organization, struggling with addiction and transitioning to adulthood. She also has a passion about working with adults who struggle with anxiety, depression, and life adjustments. Additionally, Parisa enjoys working with families to increase communication and create a healthier home environment for the family unit.
As an associated licensed therapist, Parisa strives to help all clients learn healthy ways of dealing with mental and emotional difficulties while utilizing multicultural counseling competencies. Dedicated to providing compassionate and wellness-focused care, Parisa utilizes Person-Centered therapy skills and CBT techniques to help clients approach topics with a variety of different outlooks, all while making sure you feel comfortable, cared for, and respected. Recently, Parisa has completed Level 1 Training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy, and she uses Gottman Method Couples Therapy in her work.
Parisa is currently practicing under the supervision and direction of Kara Z. McDaniel, PhD, LPC. She received her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from The University of Alabama in 2019. Prior to that, she graduated from Samford University in 2016 with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. Parisa gained her experience at the University of Alabama’s Collegiate Recovery and Intervention Center where she got the opportunity to work with college students who were working through issues with drugs or alcohol. Additionally, she gained experience in private practice settings working with Adolescents, Adults, and Families. Parisa has been working with John’s Creek & Alpharetta Counseling since August of 2019 and would love to opportunity to walk through your therapeutic journey with you!
To schedule a time to talk with Parisa, call 404-834-2363.