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Eugene Harris II, LCPC, MA, MPA, BCC, NCC
Eugene believes that much will be required from everyone to whom much has been given. Utilizing his gift of helping and assisting others has been Eugene’s passion for a long time. He has an array of different experiences and believes effective counseling is balanced with both clinical and Christian principles.
Eugene is a retired U.S. Air Force officer of 22 years, where he honorably served in Operations IRAQI FREEDOM, JOINT FORCE, and ALLIED FORCE. He also served as a Master Instructor, gained advanced training and experience conducting personal counseling sessions, while positively affecting the lives of many members. While on active duty, he earned a Bachelor’s of Science (BS) degree in Psychology while double majoring in Education from the University of Southern Mississippi, a Master’s of Public Administration (MPA) degree from Troy State University, and has earned a Master’s of Community Counseling (MA) degree from Argosy University at their Washington D.C. Campus.
He has served in numerous leadership positions, thereby gaining an up close, personal understanding of the challenges many military members and their families face. Although his focal point in counseling is marriage and family therapy coupled with Christian growth and development, Eugene’s church community involvement—leading Bible studies and men’s fellowship lectures—play a vital part in the application of these experiences for effective counsel.
Eugene is a Board-Certified Counselor (BCC), an approved TRICARE Mental Health Counselor (TCHMC), a member of the American Counseling Association (ACA), Chi Sigma Iota (CSI), Associated Certified Coach (ACC), and the Project Member Institute (PMI). With the support of his lovely wife Tenekia, he continues with Life Christian Counseling Network as a compassionate counselor. Their two daughters Shardae, who has one daughter Azaria, and daughter Chelsey, who has one son Ephraim-Israel, all reside and attend college in the Carolinas.
Love the Lord your God, walk in His ways, and hold fast to Him. Deut. 11:22