Gordon A. Harris, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist who has been in private practice since 1976. He obtained his B.A. from Cornell University and his M.A. and Ph.D. from Syracuse University. He has been a staff psychologist at the Akron Child Guidance Center, a supervisor of psychological services at a community mental health center and Director of Psychological Services at two local psychiatric hospitals. Dr. Harris has also served as a consultant to the Children's Service Boards of several counties and has taught at Sinclair Community College and Wright State University. He has been a consulting psychologist to the Darke County Juvenile Court and the Common Pleas Courts of several counties. Dr. Harris has been a clinical faculty member of the School of Professional Psychology at Wright State University. He works with children, teenagers, adults and families. Among his areas of expertise are attention deficit disorders, behavior problems, psychological testing, depression, learning disabilities and court and disability evaluations.
Bonnie R. Harris, M.A. is a Psychoeducational Specialist. Mrs. Harris earned her M.A. in Learning Disabilities and Behavior Disorders from Bowling Green State University. She has additional graduate training in psychology from the University of Dayton and Wright State University. Mrs. Harris is experienced and certified as a teacher of children with severe behavior disorders and learning disabled children, as well as having worked as a therapist for an SBH program. She has worked as a Psychoeducational Specialist doing diagnostic and remedial work at the Akron Child Guidance Center. She has worked as a Psychology Assistant in the schools. Mrs. Harris has been in private practice since 1976.
Georgeanna Jane Shirley, M.S., LPCC, NCC, is a Licensed Professional Counselor and National Certified Counselor. She earned her M.S. in Mental Health Counseling from Wright State University and her B.S. in Education with a music major from Bowling Green State University. Ms. Shirley served an internship at Miami Valley Hospital’s Turning Point. She was employed as an outpatient therapist in community mental health in Preble County for five years. She also worked as a family therapist in the Partial Hospitalization Program at Kettering Behavioral Medicine Center for five years. Ms. Shirley has been employed a total of 10 years as a counselor in a private practice setting. She enjoys working with children, adolescents, adults and families. Her areas of competence include couples counseling, grief and loss issues, victims of abuse and women’s issues.