Dr. Morris has helped people

with fear/panic of: driving,

heights, flying, snakes/bugs,

swimming/scuba diving,

crowds, and all types of

anxiety producing experiences.

“Dr. Morris is a highly respected therapist

with extensive experience

in treating

anxiety and fear.”                        


             Roland Rhynus - TME Corp.

He is producing remarkable results by utilizing a combination of techniques which allow the client to remain comfortably in control during negative experiences and previously traumatic events.

If you suffer from:

Apprehension, Nervousness, Worry, Stress,

Anxiousness, Panic or even Terror,

You can greatly benefit from our therapy.

People who frequently rearrange their schedule to avoid uncomfortable

or fearful events should make an appointment immediately.
Take your life back !

Taking medication to control anxiety
or stress quickly becomes a lifestyle. 
There is no stopping point unless you make one. 

Fear / Panic

Our management strategy eliminates the need for medication to control anxiety in stressful situations and events. It empowers the patient to move forward in life with an attitude of confidence rather than fear.  



“Many people believe their fears will diminish

with time, however the truth is that most fears are ‘cumulative’ and can intensify if not addressed.” 

Dr. Morris

“… hypnosis often is used to modify behavior and overcome phobias and bad habits -- it can help you make changes that you've been unable to make otherwise.”

                                        -National Women's Health Resource Center 11/03

The Morris Institute


Fear and anxiety are common problems which affect a large number of people’s lives. Most individuals who suffer from phobic reactions do not share the information with friends and even family because they realize the fear is irrational.


Anxiety is excessive worry. In some cases, worry is appropriate, but with pathological anxiety the worry is about things that don’t merit worry or about imagined things that truly merit no concern.


Panic attacks are the sudden onset of terror in places where such terror is inappropriate. During an attack, the heart beats fast, people become short of breath, and they often sweat, and fear they are at death’s door.

Phobias are unreasonable fears of people, places and things that don’t engender fear in others.

Claustrophobia is the fear of being in an enclosed space, like an airplane, MRI machine, etc.

One obvious method of alleviating anxiety is to provide anxious patients with medication.  This has a number of potential drawbacks which can be circumvented by psychological techniques of anxiety management.

Several of these drawbacks are worth mentioning.

  1. When to take the medication and how much. Often medication will not take

   effect soon enough, or will remain in effect after the need is gone.

  1. Anxiety medication literature often warns patients not to drive after taking them. Others may not be allowed at their employment because of possible accidental injury.

• Many patients prefer not to use drugs and realize there is a danger of it
   becoming a lifestyle.

An important issue is preserving the person’s sense of control over their life by allowing the patient to manage anxiety spontaneously, without resorting to external or artificial means.

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In 1993, Dr. Morris became interested in helping patients who suffered from feelings of anxiety and panic during the MRI procedure.

Over the next two years

he supervised research of over

700 severely claustrophobic patients,

and developed techniques which produced remarkable results.

This therapy became known as “ClaustroCare” and has been taught to healthcare professionals in hospitals and radiology centers across the United States.

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