Jennifer Harris

Jennifer Harris


Diversity Equity Inclusion Antiracism Advocate

MSW, LICSWA, SC61082899


Get to know me:

As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker Associate, I follow a generalist social work approach while drawing upon the arts as an aid to processing and healing. It is my belief that clients are the experts in their own lives and even experts may sometimes need assistance and support; I appreciate being able to provide that support.

I utilize a strength-based and person-centered clinical approach ensuring clients feel heard and understood and have the support and knowledge they need to take an active role in a positive treatment experience. I utilize a range of techniques to help bring positive change and look forward to helping bring positive change to your life.

What struggles am I most skilled at addressing as a mental health professional?

Jennifer treats: anxiety, depression, emotional disturbances, stress, and suicidal ideation. She helps individuals address issues surrounding coping skills, self-esteem and other barriers to good mental health. She an ally of the LGBTQIA+ community and has served clients seeking support in the areas of body positivity and non-monogamous open relationships. She is also actively engaged in racial justice work. Jennifer is skilled at providing special insights to the African-American and Native American communities.

What populations do I work with?

Jennifer works with adolescents (ages 14-19), adults and elders in-person and via Telehealth.

What is my approach to healing?

Jennifer utilizes trauma-focused therapy, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), eclectic therapy, and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) as well as Expressive Arts; modalities that are culturally sensitive, emotionally focused and strength based to address life’s struggles.

Education: Master of Social Work
School: Eastern Washington University – Cheney, WA
Year Graduated: 2020

Years in Practice: 3