MSC, LAC, Behavioral Health Clinician
Savannah Morin is a Navajo Diné and African American woman who resides in Phoenix, AZ. She holds degrees from Grand Canyon University: BS in Psychology minor in Philosophy; MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Savannah is a licensed associate counselor in the state of Arizona.
Savannah strives to help guide individuals in discovering their authentic selves. Savannah works with young adults, couples and families providing a safe space to feel your way through towards healing. Therapy is a collaborative process with Savannah and will empower you to have ever-lasting growth. Savannah specializes in cognitive behavioral approach with a sprinkle of person-centered psychotherapy which places emphasis on aiding individuals in learning how to recognize and change destructive thought patterns that have a negative influence on behavior and emotions. She holds certifications in Trauma-Informed CBT and is trained in EMDR, DBT & many more.
Aside from advocating for mental health growth and healing, Savannah has other passions such as dancing and choreographing. She loves making memories with her family which includes her husband and two adorable doggies. Savannah feels most comfortable in nature and the AZ sunshine.