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Candace Morris, ACSW


Candace Morris, a proud Korean-American social worker, is dedicated to destigmatizing mental health within the Asian American community. Recognizing the unique challenges faced by individuals from diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds, she prioritizes creating a safe and inclusive environment for clients to openly discuss sensitive topics. With a person-centered approach, Candace fosters collaborative relationships, empowering clients to navigate their healing journeys through a multicultural lens.

Candace’s commitment to mental health advocacy stems from her own personal journey, which inspired her transition from a background in classical music to pursue a Master of Social Work degree from Baylor University. She firmly believes in the importance of acknowledging and addressing emotions as integral to overall well-being.

Specializing in life transitions such as relationship dynamics and intergenerational trauma, Candace employs Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to reframe negative thought patterns and Narrative Therapy to empower clients in reconstructing their narratives. Particularly passionate about working with adolescents, she values providing a supportive space for open communication and mutual learning. To learn more about Candace’s approach, read her blog post here: Does it matter if your therapist looks like you? | WOC Therapy.