Marsha Harris is a Marriage & Family Therapist who has 14 years of clinical experience working with individuals, couples, families and groups in a variety of capacities and environments. For many years the primary focus of her career has been in the addiction and mental health fields. She has worked in all areas of the continuum of care: Residential Treatment; Community Based programming; and in a Primary Health Care Setting. In these roles she has worked with diverse populations to support people in reaching their individual recovery goals. She has developed, piloted, and facilitated a vast variety of groups and programs as well as facilitated counselling courses and training for fellow clinicians and paraprofessionals.
All of these accomplishments have been driven by the clients she works with, and her desire to offer best practice, ethical, and creative opportunities to support holistic health and recovery. She is currently employed by Brandon University, is a Program Advisor for Aurora Recovery Centre in Gimli, Manitoba as well as has a Private Practice in Brandon, Manitoba.
Marsha is most passionate about her family, is an avid curler and has been a member of the Brandon Curling Club for many years; she enjoys kayaking and fishing at beautiful Manitoba lakes, and likes collecting new stamps on her passport.