Marjorie Morrison

Marjorie Morrison is the president and CEO of Psych Hub, an online platform providing free, engaging videos about mental health, substance use, and suicide prevention. Morrison co-founded Psych Hub with Patrick J. Kennedy, two passionate advocates in the mental health space. In her current role, Morrison is reimagining behavioral health through intentional and thoughtful design. By leveraging the digital space and combining clinical research with the art of storytelling, her mission is to provide engaging, evidence-based content on mental health that is free and accessible to everyone.

Prior to founding Psych Hub, Morrison was founder and CEO of PsychArmor Institute, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization committed to bridging the military-civilian divide by creating, promoting, and distributing free online courses covering a wide range of topics important to those who support the military community.  PsychArmor is now the trusted and leading resource in the country for best in class information around complex and unique military veteran issues. PsychArmor has trained over 1 million people and has over 500 partners that distribute their content ranging from Fortune 100 companies, government, universities, and nonprofits. Morrison left PsychArmor in 2019 to dedicate her full-time attention on Psych Hub but remains involved as a Board of Directors. 

Morrison is a California Licensed Marriage Family Therapist, a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, a PPS-credentialed School Psychologist, and the author of The Inside Battle: Our Military Mental Health Crisis. She has been featured multiple times as a subject matter expert by TIME, Newsweek, The Daily Beast, Huffington Post, BBC, NBC, FOX, CBS, CNN, and NPR. Morrison has received several awards for her advocacy and leadership, she is a Californian native who currently resides in Nashville, TN. She is the mother of three children: Jacob, Lindsey, and Charlie.