Dr. Harron practices in the heart of the Dupont Circle neighborhood of Washington DC, conveniently located less than a block from the metro station. She provides warm and collaborative individual psychotherapy based on an integrative mixture of self-psychology, humanistic psychology, CBT and DBT informed psychotherapy for individuals suffering from issues such as:

  • anxiety

  • PTSD and C-PTSD

  • panic attacks

  • insomnia

  • worry, self-criticism and perfectionism

  • fertiity issues

  • maternal/paternal mental health

  • difficulty having meaningful relationships

  • depression

  • relationship issues

  • childhood abuse

  • assertiveness problems

  • eating disorders (anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder and orthorexia)

Dr. Harron is the president and founder of Monarch Wellness, a practice that focuses on mind-body issues such as eating disorders, fertility difficulties, insomnia, anxiety and panic.  In this capacity, she is pleased to offer consultation to other professionals who are hoping to gain more education and experience with working with people who have disordered eating, anxiety and trauma reactions.

As associate clinical faculty at George Washington University's Professional Psychology Program, Dr. Harron enjoys providsing supervision to emerging PsyD students as well.  Dr Harron regularly presents at this institution and has also enjoyed speaking and training at the University of Maryland, Children’s National Health System, Widener University, American Unviersity, the American Psychological Association and the Philadelphia Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology.

Dr. Harron is also proud to be affilated with Rock Recovery, a wonderful not-for-profit organization that provides low-fee services for people suffering from eating disorders. For a more complete account of Dr. Harron's clinical experiences please click here for Dr. Harron's curriculum vitae.

Particular areas of interest and expertise for Dr. Harron include eating disorders, couples psychotherapy and self psychology.