About

Lanetta Harper


Completed an Associate Degree of Art in Psychology from Lawson State Community College before earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Science in Psychology from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.  Obtained a Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Walden University, a CACREP accredited university in 2019.  Following graduation, Mrs. Harper worked with an underserved population within the maximum-security prison system, including inmates on death row, provided counseling and community resources in substance abuse, and early recovery.  Following residency, she began practicing at a Birmingham Office, and there began the first parenting and development group in 2018 for Medicaid, and DHR referred families. During that time, she expanded her expertise from child/adolescent to adults and children with special needs.  Additionally, Mrs. Harper volunteers her time as an advocate working with organizations to bring about social change for women, children, and the LGBTQ community.  In Private practice, Mrs. Harper continues to work closely with an at-risk multicultural population and continues to provide services in a community-based setting.

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Qualifications

2021

Licensed Professional Counselor LPC

2019

National Board Certified Counselor NBCC

2021

Certified Adolescent and Child Trauma Professional CATP