Tracy L. Morris

compassion. conversation. clarity.

Category: Finding Community

Home Office with Canine Coworker

My, How Quickly Things Change

For the time being, I will only be seeing clients remotely — that is, by video or phone (your choice). My hours remain the same, and you can still schedule our conversations in the usual ways: by texting/emailing/calling me or my assistant, Darbi, or through the online scheduling calendar. During our sessions, this is where…

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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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Looking for Signs of Growth

Have you ever heard me remark about “bringing hindsight forward”? I know it’s not quite Spring yet, but I’m already taking time to reflect on future growth. How might any of these happenings interact with your world? Another Day, Another Office As promised, I’m now in the Houston office 3 days each week — Sundays,…

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Family Values & The Difference Between Politics and Humanity

Therapists are trained and advised to steer clear of open political discussion for many reasons. However, the current situation in the United States — of children being separated from their families and held in detention centers — is one that warrants comment from all people. Regarding the possibility of media spin: I have heard from…

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New Year, Happy or Not

This essay was originally published on a blog of mine from a few years ago, when I was taking something of a geographical sabbatical and had moved to a place very different from my hometown of Houston. You may have noticed that it’s standard protocol for helping professionals to avoid sharing much of their personal…

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When “Happy Holidays!” Doesn’t Ring True

Lots of people feel left out at this time of year, for lots of reasonable reasons. Harsh memories of the past can be haunting.             Disappointments about the present can feel insurmountable. The idea of a New Time approaching, full of hope and possibility, can seem quite Pollyanna-ish and naively unrealistic….

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