Dr. Lawanda Harmon, PhD, Psychometrist,
Human Behavioral Therapeutic Life Coach

Dr. Lawanda Harmon has been actively working in the field of mental health since 2010. With a Masters degree in Clinical Psychology and Clinical Mental Health Counseling obtained from Walden University, she began working at Community Friendship Inc. as an individual and group therapist. Lawanda continued to pursue her education at the doctoral level, obtaining a doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Walden University. During her practicum and internship field experiences, she gained extensive training in Cognitive and Behavioral techniques as well as in Emotional, Personality, and Trauma-focused interventions at Atlanta Center for Family Wellness in Atlanta, Georgia.

Her chief mission is to assist others in re-examining their life perspectives, to learn from past experiences, and establish a healthy and holistic way of living. Her experience focus has been on psychotic disorders, codependency, relationship issues, anxiety, depression, grief, and spiritual crises and awakenings. Her interests are assisting families, individuals, and couples to lead more empowered and authentic lives. She practices from both a theoretical perspective as well as a practical perspective. “All the theory in the world does not help unless we as professionals can also be people first and tap into our patients as real human beings and honor the individual lives that each of the people we work with lead.”

Affiliations include memberships to the Georgia Psychological Association, American Psychological Association, as well as the Association of Black Psychologist