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It's now easier to call Morris Clinic Inc. 09/06/2019

It's now easier to call Morris Clinic Inc.

It's now easier to call Morris Clinic Inc.

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September is National Suicide Prevention Month.

Although there is no single cause of suicide, one of the risks for suicide is social isolation, and there’s scientific evidence for reducing suicide risk by making sure we connect with one another.

We can all play a role through the power of connection by having real conversations about mental health with people in everyday moments – whether it’s with those closest to us, or the coffee barista, parking lot attendant, or the grocery store clerk.

We don’t always know who is struggling, but we do know that one conversation could save a life!👫👭👬


In observance of Labor Day, our office will be closed on Monday, September 2nd. We hope you have a wonderful and safe weekend!

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When tragedy strike we are all affected. In the wake of Hurricane Michael that devastated multiple communities in Panama City, Florida, people are suffering from depression, anxiety, and other mental disabilities. It is important for us all to use heart coherence and directed intention to send out love, peace, and a sense of well being to those in need.


This July will be National Minority Mental Health Month. Each year, millions of people in the United States struggle to deal with a mental illness. During a lifetime, one out of five people will develop a mental disorder. These kinds of disorders do not target any specific group according to their color, identity, race or gender.National Minority Mental Health Month 2019 will work to raise awareness about mental illnesses. While anyone can develop a mental disorder, someone’s identity and background can affect how easy or difficult it is to find treatment options. Because of this, advocates began National Minority Mental Health Month back in 2008. Unfortunately, there is still a stigma about mental illnesses. In some communities, people feel uncomfortable or afraid of admitting that they need help. Through events like National Minority Mental Health Month, individuals can change the culture and stereotypes around mental disorders.


Every Year on June 27th, National PTSD Awareness Day is marked to create awareness about the Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. The organizations along with the government of the US on this day take the opportunity to create dialogues about the mental disorder that mostly affects war veterans.Women are likely to experience PTSD twice more than men in their lives. PTSD was earlier known as ‘shell shock’ and “combat neurosis” before it was recognized as a mental problem.In the 1970s the term post-traumatic stress disorder was coined after many US veterans came down with its symptoms. But the fact is that it is not confined only to the war veterans. Apart from army men, victims of rape and abuse, survivors of the disaster, residents in conflict-stricken areas, etc also face PTSD. Here are some symptoms of PTSD: avoiding things or people, change in behavior, guilt, self-destruction, re-living the tragic event, re-enacting the tragic event, and nightmares of the tragic event. If you or someone you know suffer from PTSD you are not alone!


Summer is officially here. Here are some safety tips: if outdoors keep hydrated, seek shaded areas, and limit strenuous activities. NEVER leave a child or pet inside your car unattended. Check on the elderly, kids, those who are sick, and those without AC often. Remember to wear sun screen, drink lots of water and enjoy your summer!! Let's have a great week!


This week is National Men's Health Week. The purpose of Men's Health Week is to heighten the awareness of preventable health problems and encourage early detection and treatment of disease among men and boys. This week gives health care providers, public policy makers, the media, and individuals an opportunity to encourage men and boys to see their doctor regularly. Men's Health is a family issue, "Recognizing and preventing men's health is not just a mans issue, because of it's impact on wives, mothers, daughters, and sisters, men's health is truly a family issue" quote from Congressman Bill Richardson. With that being said please encourage your husbands, father's, sons, or friends to get checked regularly. What better time to visit your doctors office then before Father's day! Have a great week!!


We are halfway through the year.. June is National PTSD Awareness Month. PTSD is a mental health condition that is triggered by a terrifying event, either experiencing it or witnessing it. Symptoms may include: flashbacks, nightmares and severe anxiety, as well as uncomfortable thoughts of the incident. Most people who go through traumatic events may have temporary difficulty adjusting and coping. Having PTSD may also increase your risk of other mental health problems such as: depression and anxiety,issues with drugs or alcohol use, eating disorders, suicidal thoughts and actions. If you or someone you know are a victim of PTSD, we encourage you to seek professional help. There are many resources out there. You do not have to go through this alone. For more info you can visit


Hope everyone enjoyed their long weekend... We commence a new week let's make the most of it.


We commence a new week, a new day to star over, let go of what is done and move forward. Take charge of the day! Live it! Own it! Be positive, be courteous, be kind. Remember you have what it takes to be better than yesterday! One day at a time.. Let's have a great week!!


This week starts a new topic: National Anxiety & Depression Awareness Week May 12th - 18th. Anxiety and depression are conditions that affect millions of people and are often stigmatized and misunderstood. Sharing information about these conditions is intended to help eliminate stigma and encourage people who may be struggling with mental health problems to become more informed and take the steps needed to get help. Facts about anxiety: over 18 percent of the adult population in the United States is affected. Barely over one-third of people who have anxiety disorders are receiving treatment. Facts about depression: depression is a very common condition that affects more than 16 million Americans and more than 300 million around the world. The goal is to help people understand that some of the behavior of a person who suffers from depression or anxiety may be beyond their control unless they get professional help. National Anxiety and Depression Awareness Week is a time to focus on letting those who struggle with these conditions to know they are not alone and to help others to have some understanding of these disorders. It is important to eliminate stigma so that people are comfortable reaching out and getting the help they need.


May 9th - National Children's Mental Health Awareness Day. We highlight the importance of the behavioral health of children, teens and young adults. The 2019 focus is " Suicide Prevention: Strategies that work." Suicide is the third-leading cause of death in youth between the ages of 10-24 with about 4,600 lost annually. The suicide rate for children between 5-12 is increasing. Expanding awareness nationally is the goal to prevent such cases. Reach out! Get involved! Ask questions.. Be the reason for change!


It's Monday! Another day to wake up and be thankful. Remember to be kind! Smile be cheerful! It doesn't take much from us to brighten someones day! Spread kindness.


May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Each year millions of people face the reality of living with a mental illness. We can make a change, help out one another, provide support, raise awareness. Remember you are not alone. You matter! You are someone! You are loved!


Thank you to all veterans for your service! With respect, honor, and gratitude.

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Office of Dr. Sheila Morris
Clinical and Forensic Psychology




1672 West Avenue J
Lancaster, CA

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 5pm

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