"We all have the capacity to overcome and be greater than our suffering."
— Anne Morrison
Wings Unfurled: Discover Inner Peace, Harmony & Freedom
Anne is a skilled and sensitive trainer with over 30 years of experience conducting a variety of workshops and courses in a wide variety of settings. Anne is a Program Leader for the Satir Institute of the Pacific. She regularly offers various levels of Satir Model therapist training. She also conducts specialized workshops and courses for social service agencies, groups and the general public in the areas of family dynamics, wellness, bereavement, stress management, loss and change and sexual abuse recovery.
Anne is a seasoned Supervisor with over 30 years of experience. She provides clinical supervision for helping professionals within a variety of settings, assisting them to become more confident, competent and congruent. Anne’s supervision services can be contracted on an agency or individual basis. She conducts a number of very successful supervision services via telephone, Zoom, and FaceTime, as well as in her Chemainus office.
Anne Morrison is a proud member of many respected organizations within the therapy and counselling community. Please review her professional affiliations listed below and let us know if you have any questions. Make an appointment today and discover inner peace, harmony, and freedom.
Trainer, Satir Institute of the Pacific faculty. Level 1 Satir Transformational Systemic Therapy — Surrey, Kelowna, Cranbrook, Abbotsford, Kamloops, Vancouver, and Nicola Institute of Technology (Family Practice Class — BSW Program) Merritt, Nanaimo, and Victoria, BC; Level I and II, Wellington, New Zealand
American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy, clinical member, 1999 – 2015
Avanta: The Virginia Satir Network, Seattle, Washington, 2002 – 2004
Satir Institute of the Pacific, 1998 – present (clinical member and trainer for the past 15 years)
BC Association of Social Workers, registered for private practice, 1997 – present
BC College of Social Workers, 1980 – 82; 1996 – present
BC Council for the Family, 1985 – 2008