Tracy L. Morris

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a walk in the quiet snow

Constructing Reality & Healing From Grief

This time of year often makes our pre-existing pains loom larger, sometimes to the point of feeling overwhelmed by sadness. If you’ve been “dealing with grief” in the usual ways (you know, “the 5 Stages of Grief” etc…) — Now is the time to upgrade your tools. Did you know that the person who came…

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Pulling Threads: Integrity & Vulnerability

If you’ve worked with me, you know how I tend to invite exploration into words we use and the meanings we assign to them. It’s a bit like unraveling fabric to see the threads of origin. Sometimes I refer to writings that spark this kind of imaginative exploration. Sometimes, these idea sources seem far from…

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Accepting (Even Inviting) Influence

Well. 2022, wtf? As I write this, roughly 3 months after my last post, which was full of hope following the prior two years of hard, RADICAL acceptance, we’re all witnessing (and some of us, more directly experiencing) a whole lotta more, and not necessarily in the enjoyable ways. More Covid variants with more infection…

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Caring for My Practice, One Adjustment at a Time

Whew — we made it, y’all! 2022 is here, and we’re all hoping it brings better things for everyone. The past couple of years have been rough and called on us to be in constant adjustment mode. One of the ways I tried to make things a little better for all was to start taking…

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New Spaces Refresh & Revive

I’m here (have been since June 2021) in my new home state, Washington. I cannot say enough about how impactful my surroundings are, on my ability to breathe deeply and, from there, to do everything a little better. I hope you are finding space and time to seek and revel in new things. Here are…

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Rainier For Real

Unplugging Helps Me Refocus

Back from a very long road trip (just about 5,000 miles), I returned feeling refreshed.  The drive itself was eventful — my first experience in a major dust storm (me & hundreds of others hunkered down on a major highway for 4 hours), plus a day’s driving carefully through mountainous terrain surrounded by thick smoke…

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Home Office with Canine Coworker

My, How Quickly Things Change. Again.

Because I am moving to another state, I am unable to take new clients until July 2021. After the move, I will still be licensed in the state of Texas and, therefore, able to continue to seeing any clients who understand and agree to see me by video or phone only. For the time being,…

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Another Way to Look at Things (When Things Seem So Gloomy)

It’s likely been a rough week for you and those around you. Besides constant streams of news, you’re probably being bombarded with emails from all kinds of companies and organizations letting you know what they are doing to handle this current public health situation. Me, too. I want to offer another window to see through……

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How We’ll Manage with COVID-19

COVID-19 (a new name for the Coronavirus disease 2019) is teaching us some lessons about anxiety and the impact of feeling prepared for possibilities. I’d like to invite you to join me in feeling empowered by taking meaningful actions to “flatten the curve” (as described in this Scientific American blogpost by Zeynep Tufekci) of a…

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Affordable Counseling Collaborative Associates

New Windows to Gaze Through

Have you noticed that I get bored easily? That’s not really accurate — truth is, I want to experience more than I think any one place can offer. But it sure might seem like I “just can’t stay put”! I hope you’ll reap the benefits of my ongoing search for experiences. New Houston Office Some…

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