Haley Harris is an LPC-Associate in the State of Texas, offering treatment for individuals across the lifespan. Haley offers play therapy for children (3-11), individual counseling for adolescents and adults, as well as couples and family counseling. Among Haley’s specialties are the treatment of trauma, PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, various mood disorders, abuse and relationship concerns. Haley is also well versed in treating family conflict, couples concerns, interpersonal and social skills, and life transitions such as separation, divorce, and grief. Haley has a special passion for working with adolescent and college age populations, as well as as LGBTQIA+ advocacy and counseling. Haley earned her master’s degree in Psychological Research from Texas State University, and holds a second master’s degree in Counseling from Northwestern University.
Haley enters every counseling relationship with a person-centered and integrative approach, drawing from a variety of counseling techniques and theories as appropriate for the unique circumstances of you or your child. She supports client growth and healing through evidence based modalities such as Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Child Centered Play Therapy and the Gottman Method for Couples.
Haley brings previous experience from a private counseling practice, and enjoys teaching as an adjunct professor of psychology at Collin College. Haley will provide you an open, safe and non-judgmental atmosphere, with focus on empowerment and individual growth. As a LPC-Associate, Haley is currently working under the supervision of Karen Tyndall, LPC-Supervisor.
She looks forward to seeing you in the office soon.