Phone: 843-758-6995

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Degrees and Certifications:

Masters Degree (MA) Doctorate Degree (Ph.D.) CDBT-Certified Dialectical Behavioral Therapist May 2022-Present LPCS-7501 (Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor) 5/2020-Present (South Carolina) LPCS# S9734 (Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor)10/2018-Present (North Carolina) LAC#396 (Licensed Addictions Counselor) 10/2018-Present (South Carolina) TF-CBT (Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy) Rostered SC May 2018-Present LPC#9734(Licensed Professional Counselor) 12/2013-Present (North Carolina) LPC#6290 (Licensed Professional Counselor) 2/2016 to Present (South Carolina) MAC#509105 (Master's Addictions Counselor) 2016-Present CCMC (Clinical Certified Military Counselor) 2017-Present CSOTS #28491 (Certified Sex Offender Treatment Specialist) 12/2017-Present

Dr. Patricia Evans Morrisey

 

 My name is Dr. Pat and I’m the School Based Therapist at Wallace-Gregg Elementary. I am so excited to be a part of the WGE family and am looking forward to "making a difference”.  I have been a mental health therapist since 1999 and I have a strong background in working with children, adolescents, and adults dealing with trauma/behavior/emotional problems. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Addictions Counselor, and Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor in SC. I am also a Certified Sex Offender Treatment Specialist and I am Rostered in SC as a TF-CBT Therapist.

My goal here at WGE is to provide mental health therapy services to children within the school setting. My aim is to provide RBHS (Rehabilitative Behavioral Health Services) focusing on  problem prevention and treatment to enhance the behavioral, social, and emotional development of appropriate students in a school setting. I will conduct individual (those that benefit from one-on-one counseling) and/or group therapeutic counseling sessions (those that need some extra time with other students who are dealing with similar life situations) in accordance with the student’s IPOC and/or IEP goals and as appropriate.  The outcome is to develop interventions that will increase school success; reduce discipline referral, out-of-school suspensions, administrative hearing, and more restrictive placement using a variety of strategies such as, but not limited to: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Trauma-Focus Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Solution Focused Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Behavior Modification, Psychosocial Rehabilitative Services.

I believe that it "takes a village" to nurture our children and each one of us are responsible for planting and watering "positive seeds" in their lives. These seeds will create opportunities for them to experience a bright future.