Natalie Harrison, Ph.D.

Dr. Harrison provides the following services:


Assessment Services:

  •  ADHD (age 4 through adulthood)

  • Cognitive and academic achievement (age 6 through adulthood)

  • Behavioral issues (age 4 through adolescence)

  • Anxiety (age 4 through adulthood)

  • Trauma (age 4 through adulthood 


Treatment Services: 

  • PTSD, grief, and other stress-related disorders (age 4 through adulthood) 

  • Borderline Personality Disorder and other issues related to emotional and behavioral dysregulation (adolescence to adulthood) 

  • Suicidal behavior and self-injury (age 6 through adulthood) 

  • Depression and anxiety (age 4 through adulthood)

  • Psychosomatic and functional symptoms (age 6 through adulthood)

  • Parent-child relational issues

  • Behavioral and conduct issues (age 4 through adolescence)

  • Transitional issues related to life changes (i.e., college, divorce, etc)

  • Family conflict


Legal Consulting:

  • Trauma and stress related issues

  • Borderline Personality Disorder, suicidal behavior, and emotional dysregulation

  • Juvenile Risk/Needs Assessment

Dr. Harrison's Child Patient Intake Form


For patients 18 years old and older, please fill out

Dr. Harrison's Adult Patient Intake Form.

Natalie A. Harrison Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist. She received her bachelor’s degree from Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, BC Canada. She completed her Ph.D. at the University of Alabama in 2018 with a child and adolescent forensic psychology specialization. She completed a clinical internship in Health Service Psychology at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis, TN, including practicums at Shelby County Juvenile Court, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, and Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. She completed postdoctoral training at Harbor UCLA Medical Center (HUMC), in Torrance, CA in 2019 with a focus on trauma and risk assessment/safety planning for suicidal behavior. She was a founding member of the Integrative Inclusion Diversity Equity Accountability division with a mission to build a safe and equitable environment for diverse clientele, students, and clinicians at HUMC. Following postdoctoral training, she worked at the Safe Harbor Trauma Recovery Center at HUMC providing trauma-informed training, assessment, consultation, and psychotherapy to survivors of crime and their families. This breadth of experience affords Dr. Harrison a rare ability to work with clients across the lifespan to assist with a variety of issues including trauma, anxiety, and emotion dysregulation. For more information on awards, professional activities, publications and presentations, see Curriculum Vita.

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