Dr. Anne Morrow provides assessments and therapy for children (starting at age 18 months), adolescents, and young adults. She also specializes in comprehensive evaluations, such as psycho-educational testing and developmental assessments. She is a behaviorally-focused clinician who collaborates with children, individuals, and families to build success in their lives that is in line with their core values. Further, Dr. Morrow focuses on finding practical strategies with clients to improve challenging circumstances.
Outside of her clinical work, Dr. Morrow has taught at all higher education levels, most recently working with doctoral psychology students at Nova Southeastern University as an Adjunct Faculty member. Dr. Morrow also values conducting research to deepen her knowledge of psychology to deliver current care for her patient. Her program of research focuses broadly on the phenomenology and treatment of children’s mental health problems. In one line of research, she studied externalizing behavior problems and functional outcomes (e.g., school performance)
Dr. Morrow received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Florida International University and completed her post-doctoral training at the Mailman Segal Center at Nova Southeastern University, a center focused on improving the lives of young children with autism, in August 2020. She offers both web-based and in-person services, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), behavioral parent training, consultation with teachers and schools, dialectical behavioral therapy skills training, and motivational interviewing. Additionally, Dr. Morrow provides supervision services for Master's and PhD students who are in clinical rotation at South Florida Integrative Medicine.
Dr. Morrow delivers services primarily in English, but speaks conversational Spanish and provides select assessments and treatments in Spanish.
South Florida Integrative Medicine offers its patients a range of comprehensive and individualized evaluations.