Dr. Harriet Enzor
Ph.D., LCMHC-S, NCC, CGCBT, CCMC, CCDAC
Dr. Harriet L. Enzor began her career in the counseling profession in 1974. She received her Masters and her Ph.D. in Counseling and Development with a concentration in psychology and child development from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Currently, Dr. Enzor is an Associate Professor Emeritus at Campbell University after serving 27 years of teaching and coordinating the counselor education program. She isalso an Assistant Professor in the School of Osteopathic Medicine, Department of Psychiatry, Campbell University. Dr. Enzor is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor (LCMHC) and a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Supervisor (LCMHCS) in the state of North Carolina. She is a National Certified Counselor (NCC), a Certified Group Cognitive Behavior Therapist (CGCBT), a Certified Clinical Military Counselor (CCMC) and a Certified Clinical Doctoral Addictions Counselor (CCDAC).During her tenure she has presented numerous workshops and seminars related to crisis/trauma, stress management, PTSD, adolescent/parent issues, neuroscience of the brain, and biofeedback. She works with these areas in her counseling environment. Dr. Enzor has training in EMDR, Mindfulness, and Guided Imagery. Dr. Enzor has prior experience as a licensed school counselor and crisis intervention specialist in the state of North Carolina for the Greensboro City Schools. She also served the Greensboro Drug Action Council as a residential substance abuse therapist. She has served as president of the Harnett County Sexual Assault and Family Emergency (SAFE) agency and has served on the advisory board for the Harnett Family Life Center. Dr. Enzor has served as Vice-President of Secondary Schools for the North Carolina Counselors Association. She has also owned her own private practice. Dr. Enzor works with children, adolescents, adults, older adults, military and civilian. Dr. Enzor loves to bird watch, read, work in her yard, wheelchair tennis, and Dawson, her beautiful lab mix rescue. Dr. Enzor agreed to come out of official retirement in 2018 to join Peace of Mind, Inc., and she currently serves children 6+ years, adolescents, and adults, for individual, couples, and family counseling.