Shannon Evans, M.S., LPCC-S

                                    Shannon Evans, M.S., LPCC-S (she/her/hers) has worked in the mental health field for over

                                    15 years with adults, adolescents, families and children. She completed her training by

                                    earning a Master of Science at the CACREP accredited Wright State University, College of

                                    Education and Human Services, Clinical Mental Health program. Shannon has a passion for

                                    serving very diverse populations including LGBTQ+, African Americans, Disabled and other

                                    populations where oppressive environmental stressors can greatly contribute to clinical mental

                                    health symptoms. She has several years of experience diagnosing and treating anxiety,

                                    depression, work and family stressors, PTSD and others via individual and group therapy. She takes an integrative approach to counseling and seeks to establish an alliance with clients; that facilitates their journey toward wellness. Shannon has been trained in person-centered and strength based modalities that include: trauma-informed care, cognitive behavioral therapy, solution-focused therapy, motivational interviewing, dialectical behavior therapy and others. She is committed to tailoring the therapeutic approach to properly fit the client.