U.S. Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (CO, USA; LPCC# 0015680)
Registered Psychotherapist (CO, USA; NLC# 0105555)
Pre-Doctoral Psychological Intern
Supervised by Chad Ebesutani, Ph.D. (AL, USA; #1808)
Josephine Harris is a registered U.S. Psychological Intern and is working towards her Ph.D. at Walden University in the U.S. She was born and raised in Georgia and lived in different regions of America including Colorado, Hawaii, California, Florida, South Carolina, and Mississippi. She has a Masters degree in General Psychology and a B.A. degree in Criminal Justice Administration from Phoenix University. She works to empower individuals and families to overcome personal obstacles to improving their communication and relationships.
She also facilitates groups in multiple areas and encourages individuals to find their own solutions to problems. Using clinically tested and evidenced-based interventions, Josephine has worked with over 150 individuals and families since 2002 in the mental health field. She is a member of various mental health organizations and has particular expertise in child/adult ADHD and workplace performance, substance abuse and addiction, domestic violence training, and depression. She offers an integrative approach that centers on cognitive-behavior therapy (CBT).
PhD: Walden University (Student of PhD, Counseling Psychology)
MS: University of Phoenix (General Psychology)
BA: University of Phoenix (Criminal Justice Administration)Certifications
Registered Psychotherapist (Colorado, USA)
Certified Addiction Counselor II, ACB (Colorado, USA)
Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Confidential Victim Advocate (The Colorado School of Family Therapy)
Trauma Informed Care for Diverse Population (The Colorado School of Family Therapy)