About me


If you’re here, maybe you recognize you have unlearning and reorienting to do…but you don’t know how. Or maybe you feel like you have to choose between the desires of your heart and the integrity of your culture. Or maybe yet, you simply are not feeling heard or valued the way you want to be. The generational trauma and overwhelming expectations a first generation American has to sift through can be incredibly complex. I want to help navigate these uncertainties with you because the truth is: you can grow as a person and still love where you came from.

I strive to create a safe space to welcome your most authentic, unfiltered self. The therapeutic relationship you’ll build with me will be your biggest catalyst for real change. Humor, transparency, and introspection guide my therapeutic sessions. I believes that my role as your therapist is to help you untangle your thoughts and experiences so you feel empowered to live a life that you love, with intention. Together you will uncover and challenge patterns of behavior and thinking, and learn to rewrite and reframe negative beliefs.

I use a variety of Person Centered modalities in my work with clients. I lean into Narrative Therapy, Reality Therapy, and Solution-Focused Therapy. I am also trained in Creative Expressive interventions to further elicit self-discovery. I works with adolescents (15+) and adult women.

Shannon operates under the direction of Brittany Hewitt, MA, LPC and under the clinical supervision of Annie Kelahan, LPC.

Qualifications & Practice Details

License Number: # APC007993

License State/Territory: Georgia

Insurance Plans: I don't accept insurance, but I do offer superbilling + sliding scale rates!

Prescribe Medication: No

Practical Details

Types of Clients
Young People
Older Adults
Session Types


College & Young Adult Issues

Grief & Loss

Life Transitions & Adjustments

Boundary Setting

Woman’s Issues

Generational Narratives

Self-Esteem and Self-Concept Building

Personal Development

Family Relationship Issues

Interpersonal Relationship Issues