About Person-Centered Perspective in Counseling

I use the person-centered perspective when working with clients because it is so important to keep WHO that person is in mind when helping them figure out what they need and how to reach their goals.

A person needs an empowering environment, meaningful relationships, a champion for change, proper facilitation and coordination, and agreed achievements with their counselor.

The person-centered approach is highly effective through the means of telemental health. Counseling is all about the person.

Continue reading about person-centered counseling here (Psychology Today).

If you’re reading this and feel that my approach can help, contact me and let me know what you’d care to address. Let’s see if we’d be a good fit to work together.

I’m here to support you in discovering your OWN solutions.

I believe that each person has the power within themselves to rewire their brains, regulate emotions, and control behaviors by implementing the right skills for their mind.

  • You can manage anxiety.
  • See anxious thoughts vs. being your anxious thoughts.
  • Learn how to choose behaviors that better serve you.
  • Find new coping strategies and strive towards accepting difficult things.
  • Discover ways to regulate your emotions.

I specialize in working with endurance runners and athletes. My focus is in treating anxiety, trauma and eating disorders.

Be well,

~ Shannon

Finish Stronger Counseling

Promoting healing and lifelong changes, so that you can live abundantly.

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About Shannon and her services.

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