Christina Morris MS/LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
"Cristy taught me to stop and think before I act, helped me to change my bad habits and my lifestyle, and turned my life around. Being able to touch base with Cristy helps a lot. Now when I face a problem, I stop and think before I act. I would refer a friend and explain to them that Behavioral Medicine has changed my life, and tell them about the positive experiences I have had there." - Kerren
"Christy was very helpful. She listened well and taught me how to focus on present life more and to give past issues time to understand and mend. Thanks to Cristy, I now feel my life is important and comes first. She taught me not to jump to conclusions, step back and take it slowly. Now I am able to enjoy my friends. Family relations may take more time. I would refer a friend to Behavioral Medicine, give them their phone number, and encourage them to give it a chance. My experience was worth it." - Rosie
My name is Christy Morris and I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) with over five years of experience. I have been married for fifteen years and have a ten year old son. I offer a Christian based approach. My specialties of practice are treating anxiety, depression, and addictive personalities. I utilize the twelve-step recovery program for many clients treatment. Additional focus includes working with TBI and developmentally disabled individuals.
I received my Bachelors of Science in Social Work from Winona State University. Then, I attended the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana, where I obtained my Masters in Social Work. My past work experience includes working for RAMP for over five years. My case load consisted of counseling individuals with traumatic brain injuries.
In addition to working as an Independent Contractor with Behavioral Medicine P.C., I am currently employed by Winnebago County as a LCSW for adult probation and have had the privilege of working with a vast array of individuals. Most of these individuals have dual diagnoses. I have a solid knowledge of and have worked with individuals with addictive personality, PTSD, sexual trauma, mood disorders, anxiety, and depression. I also have experience working with Dialectic Behavior Therapy for individuals with Borderline Personality Disorders, and I am knowledgeable with the twelve-step recovery program.
Behavioral Medicine PC, owned and operated by Cynthia Kindgren MS/LCPC, offers a variety of behavioral and mental health services including pain evaluation/management, grief/loss counseling, EMDR, hypnosis (pain regulation, anxiety, depression, self-esteem), cognitive retraining, couples/marriage counseling, relaxation training, and depression/anxiety counseling. We specialize in treating individuals and their families with Traumatic Brain Injury, Stroke, Multiple Sclerosis, Spinal Cord Injury, Chronic Pain, Depression, Anxiety, PTSD and numerous other medical and emotional conditions.
I greatly enjoy working in this wonderful practice. I also look forward to assisting all of our clients in a professional and respectful manner. Please feel free to contact the office at 815-397-2224 with any questions or to schedule an appointment.