Phillip E. Morris, Psy.D.
Dr. Morris is a licensed psychologist with specialized training and experience in family psychology and clinical neuropsychology. He obtained his master’s degree and doctoral degree from Azusa Pacific University, an APA-accredited clinical psychology program in Southern California. As part of his doctoral degree (Psy.D.) Dr. Morris wrote a dissertation entitled Enhancing Parent-Child Attachments in Middle Childhood. He also conducted research in the area of neuropsychology. Following completion of his coursework, Dr. Morris completed his pre-doctoral internship at Wasatch Mental Health in Provo, Utah and a 2-year, postdoctoral fellowship with Dr. Karen Falla at Neuropsychology Consultants in McKinney, Texas. Throughout his training Dr. Morris conducted comprehensive neuropsychological and psychological evaluations as well as provided individual, couple, and family counseling. His experience also includes multidisciplinary collaboration with psychiatrists and other physicians, nurses, social workers, speech/language pathologists, and teachers in communicating evaluation results to aid in the development of a comprehensive treatment plan. His undergraduate work includes a bachelor of science degree from Westminster College in Salt Lake City, Utah; he majored in biology and minored in chemistry and psychology.
To learn more about Dr. Morris’ education and training experience, see his Curriculum vitae here.
Dr. Morris opened McKinney Neuropsychology in 2016 to provide comprehensive mental health services to the community. In addition to owning and operating McKinney Neuropsychology, Dr. Morris is a faculty member for the University of Phoenix, a position he has held since 2009. He is also a board member for Tracks 4 Kids, a non-profit organization that provides group therapy and skill building for children with ADHD, Autism, and other neurodevelopmental conditions. To learn more about Tracks 4 Kids please visit https://tracks4kids.org.