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Audrey Morris

Audrey Morris, M.Ed., LCMHC, QS, LSAS-A

Clinical Director

In Audrey’s professional career, they have worked in all different types of settings, including foster care, residential treatment for co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders, community mental health intensive settings, and outpatient services with local nonprofits. 

Additionally, Audrey brings extensive experience to CooperRiis from their work with children and families, survivors of complex trauma, grief, substance use disorders, and the LGBTQIA+ community. 

“Audrey strongly believes that therapy can be a place where individuals can find hope, acceptance, and healing to move onward from past traumas, negative core beliefs, and other life obstacles that may impact their daily lives.”

Audrey graduated from Lindsey Wilson School of Professional Counseling, Columbia, Kentucky, in 2016, where they earned their Masters in Mental Health Counseling and Human Growth and Development.

Audrey attended trainings in Washington, DC, and locally to enhance their skill-set in providing gender-affirming care and support.