Pearl Health Psychology Team

Ashley Harrinauth

Psy.D, Post doc fellow; Psychological Service Extender

Ashley Harrinauth, (pronounced: Ha-Ri-Noth –her last name is of Sanskrit origin) (she/her) is serving as a service extender at Pearl Health Clinic from the San Francisco Bay Area. She provides psychotherapy and psychological testing to those in need. Ashley believes that “You can’t start the next chapter of your life if you keep rereading the last one”. Her approach for working with clients is to take an investigative and collaborative stance. She supports people to discover, define, and create who they are so that they can live their best lives. Ashley completed an APPIC and APA accredited Internship through the Idaho Psychology Internship Consortium (ID-PIC)at Pearl Health Clinic. Her clinical experiences are predominately in California, including Oakland Unified School District, Fairfield Unified School District, and many outpatient clinics serving both the general population as well specialized populations (LGBTQ+ folks and adults with intellectual disabilities) spanning from Santa Rosa, California to Sacramento, California. Ashley’s educational attainments are as follows: Psy.D in Clinical Psychology – Alliant International University (2022); M.A. in Clinical Psychology- Alliant international University (2020); M.B.A – Holy Names University (2015); M.A. in Counseling Psychology (2014); B.A. in Psychology – Holy Names University (2011). Additionally, Ashley is a licensed marriage and family therapist in the state of California where she operates a remote telehealth practice. During her free time, Ashley likes to play video games, spend time with her dog, and watch Bollywood movies to improve her Hindi speaking skills.

Ashley is very excited to get to know everyone and make new friends in the state of Idaho!

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