Ms. Pam Earl is extensively trained and has been practicing since 2010 in many settings including residential, non-profit, and faith-based settings. She is an integral part of the development of the Dialectical Behavior Program at Harmony Harbor Counseling and she is a gift to the practice. As a counselor with a M.A. and as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, #MH12756, Pam provides outpatient mental health services for adults, including psychotherapy for individuals, couples and families. In providing compassionate and effective psychotherapy, she respects the uniqueness of each individual and is interested in their growth, development, and wholeness. Pam treats a wide range of mental health conditions from depression and anxiety to bipolar disorder and personality disorders, including those who suffer from severe mental health conditions.
She co-leads weekly Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) psycho-educational skills training groups that target managing difficult emotions and teach interpersonal skills to improve relationships. She specializes in teaching mindfulness and incorporates mindfulness training in psychotherapy when appropriate. Additionally, she provides other evidenced based treatment modalities like Prolonged Exposure, Cognitive Processing Therapy, and Overcoming Depression or Managing Anxiety and Panic. If these treatments are warranted, Pam will go over what is entailed and is appropriate for each client.
Ms. Earl is also able to accept the insurances offered by HHC. Click here for more information about insurance with HHC and Ms. Earl's fees.
Below are some important facts about Ms. Earl:
- M.A. in Professional Counseling from Liberty University, Lynchburg, Virginia
- Licensed Mental Health Counselor, #MH12756
- Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from University of Maryland, College Park
- Extensive training in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and other Evidenced Based Therapies.
- A congratulations is in order, as Ms. Earl is also continuing her education and was recently accepted at Argosy University and is a Doctoral Candidate for the Counseling Education Program.