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Linda Morrison

Linda L. Morrison, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Psychology

Program Director, Mental Health Rehabilitation Certification Minor

Program Director, Women's and Gender Studies Program

Core Curriculum Assessment Coordinator

Location

Decary Hall 323
On campus

Dr. Linda L. Morrison joined the faculty in the Psychology Department at UNE in 1995.  She has served as the Assistant Chair and Chair of the Department as well as her current service as the Program Coordinator of both the MHRT/C and Women and Gender Studies minor programs.  She has served on a variety of faculty committees and regularly teaches Abnormal Psychology, Mental Health and Society, Trauma and Health, and Theories, Research and Practice of Clinical Psychology.  Along with a colleague, Dr. Morrison also coordinates the internship class required of all psychology majors.

In addition to her work at UNE, Dr. Morrison also has a small private practice in Kennebunk Maine where she works with clients in an outpatient psychotherapy practice, and she serves on the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee of the RSU 21 School Board.  

Credentials

Education

Ph.D.
The Ohio State University
1993
M.A.
The Ohio State University
1989
B.A.
Alfred University
1985

Expertise

Abuse and neglect
Counseling
Gender
Mental Health

Clinical Affiliations

Dr. Linda L. Morrison, Clinical Psychologist in Private Practice (Kennebunk, Maine)

Board Certifications and Licenses

Licensed Clinical Psychologist (PSY 0951) Maine

Research

Current research

Social Policies and Suicide Risk for GLBT adolescents across culture

The Efficacy of Green Dot Training in Preventing Campus Sexual Assault

Evaluating the Efficacy of Social/Global Awareness Courses on Increasing Student's Global Citizenship Identification

Selected publications

Morrison, L.L. & LÕHeureux, J. (2000).  Suicide and gay/lesbian/bisexual youth: Implications for clinicians.    Journal of Adolescence, 24, 39-49. 

Morrison, L.L. & Downey, D.L. (2000). Racial differences in self-disclosure of suicidal ideation and reasons for living: Implications for training.  Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 6 (4),  374-386.

Morrison, L.L.  (In progress).  Suicidal ideation and reasons for living in gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender youth from a cross-cultural perspective.

Morrison, L.L. (1993).  The success of a retention program targeted at high risk sophomore students:  A preliminary analysis.  Unpublished manuscript.  Ohio Wesleyan University.

Morrison, L.L. (1993).  Suicide Risk Assessment in the College Counseling Center: Implications for Training.  Doctoral Dissertation.  The Ohio State University.

Morrison, L.L. (1989).  Factors affecting post-rape adjustment in female clients.  Unpublished masters thesis. The Ohio State University.

Morrison, L.L.  (1987).  Rape Education Curriculum.  Columbus, Ohio: The Ohio State University.

Other scholarly activity

Morrison, L.L. & LÕHeureux, J. (1999). Suicide risk assessment with gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender young people: Implications for clinicians. Paper presented at the Maine Youth Suicide Prevention Crisis Clinician Training Conference, Augusta, M

Research interests

Clinical/Counseling Psychology

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