Traci Berry-Harris, Ph. D.
Traci Berry-Harris is a licensed doctoral level psychologist with degrees from West Virginia University. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology in 2000, a Master of Arts Degree in Counseling in 2002, and a Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Counseling Psychology in 2007. She has been practicing in the area of psychology since her undergraduate years. Following completion of her internship in 2006 at the Child and Adolescent Service Center in Canton, Ohio (accredited by the American Psychological Association), she began working in the area of private practice and community mental health, where she later became licensed.
Traci’s area of expertise is conducting Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and psychological evaluations with children, adolescents, and young adults. She values the comprehensive model of wellness and believes it is important to examine all aspects of a clients’ functioning (intelligence, personality, emotional, social, spiritual, school, family, etc.) in determining the best care and treatment for the individual. Traci also provides individual and family therapy services to children, adolescents and young adults of various ages (ages 3 to adult) and presenting issues (e.g., mood disorders, bullying, trauma, substance use, relationship issues, anxiety, low self esteem, behavioral problems, ADHD, grief/loss, parental separation and divorce). Traci understands and recognizes the difficulties and adjustments that adolescents face, and has a particular interest in helping this population in dealing with their current issues so that they can successfully pass through this part of their life and grow into independent, happy, functioning adults.
Traci resides with her husband, 2 children, Cole and Hope, and two beagle dogs. In her spare time, she enjoys having cookouts and bonfires, going to the beach, taking walks, watching a good movie, and going out to eat with family and friends.