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ABOUT US

Meet Our Team

Natasha Little-Harrison is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Nationally Certified School Psychologist, and Mom, who has been providing direct services to children and families in the field for over 10 years. As a child/adolescent psychologist, Natasha Little-Harrison has devoted her adult life to promoting holisitic wellness through her work with children, adolescents, and adults with developmental disabilities. Using a strength based model, Natasha Little-Harrison has worked with clients and their families to recognize their true capabilities and assist them with learning strategies to overcome any obstacle standing in the way of them reaching their full potential for wellness and happiness.

Dr. Little-Harrison earned her Doctorate of Psychology, Masters of Science in Educational Methodology and Statistics, Certificate of Advanced Study in School Psychology, and a Bachelor's Degree (Major: Psychology; Minor(s): Education and Africana Studies) all from the University of Albany. She completed her internship at the Center for Disability Services in Albany, NY. There she received specialized training in dual diagnoses while providing direct services to children and adults with developmental delays, brain injuries, and behavioral/personality disorders.

Dr. Natasha Little-Harrison
(Psy.D., LCP)

After completing her internship, Dr. Little-Harrison moved to Virginia and worked in a variety of settings including local school systems, behavioral health systems, and medical practices. As a former practicing school psychologist, Dr. Little-Harrison is readily sought out to provide educational consultation for children/families and schools.

Dr. Little-Harrison specializes in conducting psychological, cognitive, educational, social-emotional, and functional behavioral assessments for children k-12 and adults with developmental delays. These assessments are used to identify strengths and weaknesses, diagnose educational and mental health diagnoses (e.g., ADHD, Learning Disabilities, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Developmental Delays, Emotional Disabilities), and to assist with developing personalized recommendations based on the results obtained from the assessments. Dr. Little-Harrison also provides individual and group counseling, crises counseling services, parent and staff consultation and training, social skills and problem-solving training, and goal planning assistance.

Dana Wiles
Lead Psychometrist
(M.A., C.A.S., NCSP)

Dana graduated from Towson University in Maryland with her Masters of Arts in Psychology in August of 2010 & Certificate of Advanced Studies in School Psychology in May of 2011. Dana received her Bachelors of Science, Psychology and minor in Family Studies, from James Madison University in May of 2007.

As a practicing school psychologist of ten years, Dana's goal is to provide high quality and thorough psychological and psycho-educational evaluations to positively impact student academic, social, emotional, and behavioral development. As a mother of three, Dana finds passion in forming meaningful connections with clients and parents with the goal of making the assessment process both comfortable and informative.

Jentae C. Scott-Mayo, M.Ed

Jentae C. Scott-Mayo was born and raised in Martinsville, Virginia. Martinsville is a sweet little southern town in southwestern Virginia. She is in her 12th year as a School Counselor and works for Henrico County Public Schools. Jentae is also on the Board of Directors for the Virginia School Counselor Association (VSCA). Throughout her career, she has worked on both the elementary and middle school levels and has had the opportunity to be a state and national level presenter.

  

She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and her Master’s degree in Counselor Education from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2007 and 2009. Her professional interests are girls and young women’s topics, anxiety and stress management, coping skills for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), creative techniques in school counseling, social justice, mental health in schools, classroom lesson planning, providing professional development for counselors and educators, public speaking and consulting.

  

She lives in Glen Allen, Virginia, with her husband (Keylon), her 10-year-old daughter (Karis), and her 4-year-old daughter (Berkeley). Her hobbies are dancing, choreography, cooking and spending time with her awesome and supportive family and friends.