Farah Harris: Founder and CEO
Farah Harris, MA, LCPC, is a Belonging and Workplace Well-being expert and a licensed psychotherapist with over 12 years of experience. She has certifications in neuroscience, Psychological Safety, diversity, equity, and inclusion. She works with DEI practitioners and leaders of Fortune 500 companies who recognize that the work landscape has changed and that wellness perks don’t fix wellness problems. These companies want to sustain a healthy and inclusive work environment where employees and applicants know it isn’t lip service or an initiative and that belonging and balance are valued.
As a clinician, Farah is acutely aware of how the workplace impacts the health of individuals and how it spills over to their performance, productivity, and overall job satisfaction when they do not feel seen, heard, or respected. She addresses this through educational lectures, keynotes, training, coaching, and consulting, cultivating curious and courageous conversations and enhancing professional development and personal growth.
Farah is a contributing writer for Fast Company. Her work has been featured in media and podcast platforms such as Forbes, Business Insider, Harvard Business Review, Good Morning America, Essence, Huffington Post, Inside Edition, Thrive Global, and Therapy for Black Girls.
Farah holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics and Marketing Management a master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling.