To make an appointment with Lorice:
Phone or Text: 770-325-4080
Lorice sees clients in the
Peachtree Corners office.
What do the letters behind my name mean?
EdS: Specialist in Education in Professional
Counseling and Supervision
NCC: Nationally Certified Counselor
APC: Associate Professional Counselor
Lorice Harris, Ed.S, NCC, APC
FREEMAN Counseling & Consulting
Renewing Hearts and Minds
I am passionate about providing a supportive, encouraging, structured environment to promote recovery and healing. The counseling relationship is sacred to me and I am deeply honored to be a part of the restorative process and to witness the transformation of hearts, minds, and lives. I look forward to helping you uncover your unique path to wholeness.
Education and Experience
I completed my master’s in professional counseling at Georgia State University. As a counseling intern, I provided individual, academic, and group counseling to adults in a college setting who had barriers to obtaining an undergraduate degree. After graduation, I worked for two years as a therapist in a community-based program serving children with severe emotional disturbances. In that role, I provided individual, group, and family therapy to children, adolescents, and their families. Further, I have worked as a Substance Abuse Counselor providing individual and group counseling to adults in a criminal justice setting. In 2018, I completed a Specialist degree in Education in Professional Counseling and Supervision at the University of West Georgia. Additionally, I have experience providing therapy and psychoeducation to people living with serious mental illness, co-occurring substance use disorders, and personality disorders. Finally, I have specialized training in Cognitive Therapy for Recovery (CT-R) and am currently enrolled in a doctoral program in Professional Counseling and Supervision at the University of West Georgia.
I work with adults and teens who are learning to recover from addictions and with adults and teens who are experiencing depression, anxiety, life stress, life transitional periods (e. g. divorce, job loss, midlife transformations), and serious mental illness. Although I conceptualize through an Adlerian lens, I use an integrative approach that includes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Therapy for Recovery, Solution Focused Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Transtheoretical Model (also called Stages of Change).