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Amy Morrissey, MSE, LPC

Amy Morrissey MSE, LPC

Mental Health Therapist

Member of the Association for Play Therapy
National Board for Certified Counselors

Amy M. Morrissey, MSE, LPC, is a mental health therapist who treats a wide range of topics, including trauma, abuse, depression, anxiety and family system issues. Amy has a special interest in the utilization of play and art interventions (symbolic language of self expression). She treats children ages four years and older. Amy is passionate about her work because she believes everyone deserves an opportunity to have a voice and to feel heard and respected for it. One the quotes she lives by from Garry Landreth is, “Children are worthy of respect because they have worth and dignity as individuals.” Her treatment philosophy is to meet people where they are at and to respect the experiences that each individual has had. Amy received a bachelor's degree in social work and her master's degree in counseling from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. She is a nationally certified counselor through the National Board for Certified Counselors, a licensed professional counselor through the state of Wisconsin and a member of the Association for Play Therapy. Outside of work Amy enjoys spending time with her family, being creative and silly with her children, running as an outlet, art for expression and process and reading to take her mind to other places.

Amy Morrissey

Important notes for your appointment:

When joining your therapist’s waiting room, please use your (PREFERRED FIRST NAME, LAST NAME) in the cue.

Please be sure you and your parent/guardian are in a CONFIDENTIAL and SEDENTARY SPACE (not in a moving vehicle) prior to joining your therapist’s waiting room.

Patients and parents/caregivers MUST be in Wisconsin for the appointment.

Please sign in to my “waiting room” 10 minutes before your scheduled appointment by clicking the above link. I will join you at our scheduled time.

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  • If 15 minutes pass after our scheduled time, please call our main number for help: 920.750.7000.

If you need to schedule an appointment or have questions outside of a scheduled appointment, please call our Catalpa Access Line: 920.750.7000.

University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
Trauma, abuse, depression, anxiety and family system issues
Amy Morrissey, MSE, LPC