Healing Arts Toolkit Coordinator
Lacie Morrison is Arts Aftercare’s Healing Arts Toolkit Coordinator. She is also a Mental Health Therapist who has been involved in anti-trafficking work for the past five years. In her private practice, she uses a psychodynamic approach working with sexual trauma and abuse, as well as integrating non-Western approaches. Lacie is a co-founder and former Executive Director of Seattle Against Slavery, a nonprofit organization committed to fostering collaboration in the fight against human trafficking through education, advocacy, and mobilization. From July 2009 to May 2010 Lacie lived in and traveled throughout SE Asia. She spent most of that time in the Philippines working as a therapist at RENEW Foundation’s shelter for commercially sexually exploited women. Lacie also did research and observed aftercare/drop-in programs for trafficked women and children in Cambodia, Thailand, the Philippines, and Australia. She has a MA in Counseling Psychology from The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology.
Fri, June 20, 2008
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