Eric Morrison



Eric Morrison

Applied Clinical Adjunct Faculty

  • Director of Military/Vet Psychology

  • Campus:
  • TCS Online
Applied Clinical Psychology
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology

Dr. Morrison served in the Army for 23 years, which included Panama, Honduras, Germany, Bosnia, Hungary, and South Korea. Dr. Morrison was a senior instructor, developed curriculum, and advised aerospace engineers on instruction at Johnson Space Center, NASA. Dr. Morrison worked with the Japanese, Canadian, European, and Russian International Space Agencies on Astronaut and Flight Controller Instruction/Educational Psychology. Dr. Morrison currently teaches International and U.S. Field Grade Military Officers Leadership, Critical Thinking, and Sustainment at the Command and General Staff College. Dr. Morrison is an American Psychological Association (APA) Division 19 Mentor. Dr. Morrison's research interests are in International Psychology, to include International Leadership, Mass Atrocity Response Operations (MARO), International Corporate Psychology, Automation Psychology, Family Networks, Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome (PTSD), International Human Trafficking Psychology, International Morals and Ethics, International Educational Psychology, International Culture, International Psychology and Religion.

Education History
Degree Institution
B.S. SUNY, Albany
M.S. Educational Psychology University of Oklahoma
M.A. Management Information Systems Webster University
M.B.A. Business University of Houston
Ph.D. Organizational Leadership University of Oklahoma
Professional Memberships
Role Organization
Mentor American Psychological Association Division 19
Member National Leadership Honor Society
Certified Master Teacher West Point
Areas of Expertise
Area Expertise
Diversity Cultural Issues
Domestic Violence Child Abuse
Spousal/Partner Abuse
PTSD/Trauma Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Professional Skills
Military and Veterans, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Ethics, International psychology , Employee: development, engagement, motivation, team-building, Conflict resolution, Cultural issues, Abuse (child, domestic, partner), Addiction, Affirmative action