Julare Morris, CSW (she/her)
Julare earned her Master of Social Work (MSW) degree from the University of Utah and is a clinical social worker (CSW). Julare understands how grief, loss, and trauma have a deep impact on a person’s physical, social, emotional, and mental wellbeing. While it might seem difficult or even impossible right now, the best way out of your current pain is to open in acceptance to it, making space for what you are going through. It is often hard to imagine how we survive moments of loss; a sentiment Robert Frost beautifully captured in his poem Servant of Servants:
… one steady pull more ought to do it.
… the best way out is always through.
And I agree to that, or in so far
As that I can see no way out but through —
Leastways for me — and then they’ll be convinced.
By processing the impact of our losses, we can experience growth and change; an enlargement of ourselves we may never have thought was possible during the struggle.
Julare’s approach begins by meeting you where you are. She believes individuals are resilient and have the potential and capacity for healing on a physical, spiritual, and psychological level even when that seems impossible. Julare serves as a guide in these moments, helping you (re)discover your strength to open in acceptance and go through this moment. She considers this process a team effort. Julare is passionate about helping individuals learn skills fostering healthy relationships and long-term change, feeling honored to be a part of your healing journey.
Julare has experience with a variety of populations including working in pediatric palliative care, crisis care with adults and children of all sex/genders. Julare also has expertise supporting women going through life transitions including loss of faith and relationship challenges. She uses evidence-based practices and modalities that focus on bridging the gap that dissociates the mind from the body.
When Julare is not working she can be found exploring the mountains with people (and dogs) she loves, eating great food, belting out show tunes and dance baking (it’s a thing). Julare considers herself 50/50 introvert/extrovert and loves parties and reading a good book equally.