Dr. Marc Harari

Comprehensive Psychological Services, LLC

1816 Bull Street, Columbia, SC 29201 - Click for Map Handicapped Accessible Office

Phone (803) 422-0017  Fax (803) 799-5596

Click to E-mail (not private)

 Specializing in  Psychological Testing Evaluations

Forensic/Expert Witness Services

Psychotherapy

Supervision for Professionals

 

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Welcome!  At Comprehensive Psychological Services, my staff and I specialize in conducting a broad range of diagnostic evaluations for clinical, educational, disability, civil and criminal forensic purposes and for treatment planning.  In order to be objective, thorough, and expedient, we use a battery of psychological tests, customized for the client’s needs.

We serve individuals and organizations in the private and public sectors.  Additionally, we provide expert witness testimony. I am available for supervision of professional therapists and evaluators, and seminars.

Although we specialize in evaluations, we also provide psychotherapy.  

In meeting the needs of our clients we consult with attorneys, physicians, and educators to coordinate diagnosis and planning (with appropriate consent).  Our services strictly comply with the American Psychological Association (APA) ethical guidelines and standards, HIPAA privacy standards, and with informed consent procedures. Our office is handicapped accessible.

  

Since e-mail cannot be guaranteed to be secure and confidential, please phone rather than send private information by e-mail.  My staff has a vast knowledge of the organization, will answer your questions and provide courteous assistance. I respond to phone calls and e-mail promptly. 

Please browse through our site and watch a video to find out more about how we help.  To watch the video, click on the forward arrow below here.

    

Marc Harari, Ph.D., Psychologist

 

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