Department/Program: Counseling and Behavioral Sciences
Currently serving as Assistant Professor of Counseling at Our Lady of Holy Cross College, Dr. Morris completed his M.A. in Marriage and Family Counseling at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary in 2002. He received his Ph.D. in Marriage and Family Therapy at Virginia Tech in 2006.
Dr. Morris teaches many of the systemic family counseling courses at OLHCC. His research interests expand his systemic orientation beyond the therapy interaction and into larger system functioning. His doctoral dissertation focused on systemic processes of international conflict, specifically cybernetic processes of the Iraq War.
Dr. Morris thrives on New Orleans music and food, and can often be spotted on Frenchmen street with his family and friends, po-boy in hand.
B.S. Wayland Baptist University - Religion (2000)
M.A. New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary - Marital and Family Counseling (2002)
Ph.D. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) - Marriage and Family Therapy (2006)
Introduction to Marriage and Family Systems
Marriage and Family Counseling
Theories, Social and Cultural Foundations
Special Topics in Counseling
Advanced Studies in Systems Theory
Advanced Marriage and Family Therapy
Thomas C. Chambers Counseling Center - Counseling Department Offices
M 1-5 Th 2-6
4123 Woodland Drive, New Orleans, LA 70131