Shannon is a child and family counselor dedicated to providing exceptionally thoughtful and collaborative consultation and therapeutic services to children, adults, and families. Shannon completed her Master of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Johns Hopkins University and received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Applied Clinical Psychology from the Florida Institute of Technology. Additionally, Shannon completed clinical training from the Medical University of South Carolina in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy.
While Shannon specializes in the treatment of anxiety disorders and trauma in children and adults, her clinical and professional experience is diverse and spans the United States. As a former military spouse, Shannon has traveled from coast-to-coast providing crisis intervention services, domestic violence counseling, correctional facility treatment and consultation, addiction treatment, psychotherapy research and training, intensive in-home therapy, and brief, solution-focused behavior modification services to individuals and families in need. Though Shannon often works with children and teens with anxiety, ADHD, emotion regulation issues, depression, and those on the autism spectrum, she also treats young adults and individuals who are experiencing life transitions as well as difficulty adjusting to the many obstacles we are so often faced with throughout our lifetime.
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