Leah Harlan, M.A.
Resident in Counseling
Leah Harlan, M.A., is a Resident in Counseling who uses a holistic approach to help children, adolescents, and adults, overcome anxiety, depression, and low self-esteem. She also works with individuals of all ages to process and heal from loss and trauma. Leah holds a master’s degree in professional counseling and a bachelor’s in psychology from Liberty University. Past experiences include nonprofit work counseling children, adolescents, and adults who were survivors of domestic violence, sexual violence, and emotional trauma.
Leah works with children and adolescents ages 3-17 with ADHD, generalized anxiety disorder, PTSD, and neurodevelopment disorders. She also works with adults who are processing grief and trauma, managing ADHD, and overcoming anxiety and depression. Leah uses a person-centered approach to therapy, incorporating her training in psychotherapy and evidenced-based practices, specifically utilizing cognitive behavioral techniques and dialectical behavioral therapy. Her style promotes the development of a genuine rapport engaging in a warm, collaborative, open, and authentic exchange.
Leah is available to see clients who are on any of the Medicaid insurances (HK+, Virginia Premier, Optima family, etc.) and also reduced self-pay rates for those without insurance or wish to self-pay. As a resident, Leah is a fully trained mental health provider who receives regular supervision working toward licensure. She is currently available to take new clients.
- Children and adolescents
- ADHD, generalized anxiety disorder, PTSD, neurodevelopment disorders
- Grief and trauma, ADHD, anxiety and depression