While one can never generalize from one experience... a person who is unhelpful in one situation can be quite helpful in another situation... Ms. Harrison's involvement with my family was definitely not helpful. It's unfortunate that there is no ongoing process that allows everyone... individuals, families, mental health professionals... to continue interacting constructively so that issues are eventually resolved... not only within families but between families and professionals. Everyone would learn from this. But no such process is available short of continuing to spend substantial funds to repair an unproductive relationship with a mental health practitioner. If a practical process existed for continuing reflection between clients and professionals, perhaps my current view would be different. But under the circumstances all can say is that my experience several years ago with Ms. Harrison was not positive. Perhaps she has made some adjustments since then or was simply involved in a particular situation with us that did not play to her strengths.