Your mind and body are not separate, so neither is my approach to therapy. I'd like to support you with becoming whole in mind, body, and spirit so that you can be resilient to any challenge that life throws your way.
My clients thank me for helping them:
-realize that what they want is just as valid as what they need.
-learn self-care skills.
-develop a compassionate relationship with SELF.
-experience a level of freedom in their lives that they hadn't known before.
-take action towards the dreams they had dismissed long ago.
-enjoy healthier relationships with friends and family – whether this is the family they grew up in or one that they created for themselves.
You may be seeking short-term therapy to work on a specific life challenge or longer-term therapy to work on understanding and changing the underlying beliefs, behavioral patterns, or relationship dynamics that are no longer serving you. Whatever your goals, we work together to customize a holistic plan of care.
Dr. Shaunte’ McFarland is a certified, professional cognitive behavior therapist dedicated to creating a safe space for healing and constructing a new normal of healthy relationships, fruitful coping skills, abundant confidence, and renewed self-worth.
She has over 12 years of cognitive behavior therapy and social/emotional treatment experience in a variety of settings, such as psychiatric units, hospitals, and family treatment centers. She holds a bachelor's degree in political science from the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, a dual master's degree in education and teaching from Lindenwood University, a doctorate in Biblical Studies from St. Luke's, a Community Health Worker certificate from Harvard University and is completing a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Walden University.
Working closely with other therapists to create programs for various personalities have given her an unusually broad repertoire of skills to nurture educational growth. Her mission is to foster health, well-being, and empowerment for each of her clients.