A Harris Consulting provides in-person and telehealth therapy appointments to people in Virginia in order to expand our capabilities without the limitations of accessing the office in Loudoun County. We use a HIPPA compliant platform to ensure confidentiality and service provision according to the highest professional standards.
A Harris Consulting provides individual therapy for a wide range of issues such as ADHD, Anxiety, Bi-polar, Depression, co-dependency, pre and post-Divorce, children of parents with addiction, dual-diagnosis, family conflict, family relationships, peer relationships, parenting, Obsessive-Compulsion, trauma, self-esteem, sleep issues, suicidal ideation, and transgender/dysphoria.
We specialize in providing individual therapy for women's issues across the life-span, including teens struggling with Anxiety and Depression, perinatal mood disorders, pre and post-partum depression and anxiety, grief and loss related to fertility, and mental health issues related to life transitions.
We also specialize in providing individual therapy for substance related issues, including those struggling with their alcohol use and wanting to explore moderation of alcohol using harm reduction.
We believe in incorporating family or alternative support systems in treatment when appropriate. This is typically done through family therapy sessions. The frequency of family sessions will be determined at the initial assessment and monitored for appropriateness as therapy progresses.
We often provide various group therapy options, including those struggling with substance use wanting a non-12 step alternative, women's support groups, and DBT skill groups. Check-in with us to see which groups we are currently running.
We are trained in the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) placement criteria and able to provide level of care assessments, court ordered evaluations and court testimony related to substance use issues. With specialized training, certification and licensing, we are able to provide evaluations and subsequent treatment of the spectrum of substance use disorders.