Hello, I'm Shannon.
In addition to being a Mental Health Provider, I am also a Nationally Certified Professional in Mediation (NCPM).

I have over 10 years of experience working with children, adolescents, teens, individuals, couples, and families from culturally diverse populations on a wide range of issues and concerns

I am adept in a variety of therapy techniques. My approach is collaborative. I believe that by working together, a positive outcome is achievable. I provide a warm, open, non-judgmental environment where one's thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are explored and discussed in an objective, respectful, and empathetic manner.

It is my belief that once an individual understands the relationship between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, they will then be able to modify or change their pattern(s) of thinking to cope with stressors in a positive manner.

I am licensed in California, Colorado, and Texas.

At this time, I only provide services virtually through a secure telehealth system.

Four things I want you to know before you begin therapy with me:

1. I want treatment to work just as much as you do.

2. I am not judging you, and need to hear all of your truth(s) in order to best support you. You can't heal what you won't reveal.

3. I will not fight you for your healing.

What that means is: I will not work harder than you do.

However, I will be right there beside you as we navigate your Mental Health journey together.

4. If you don't connect with me, that's okay. Don't be afraid to try someone new, and to keep trying until you find the right fit.

To schedule an appointment, please go to:


I look forward to working with you!

Practice Details
  • City
    Corona, Denver, Houston
  • Zip Code
  • State of Practice
    California, Colorado, Texas
  • Describe Your Practice
    Online Only
  • Hours of Service
    Daytime (9a - 5p), Weekend (Sat/Sun)
  • Accepting New Clients
  • Virtual Therapy
  • Prescribes Medication
  • My Website
  • Group Therapy Available
Group Therapy Details


Virtual group therapy services are available in California, Colorado, and Texas.

Groups are facilitated on Zoom.

Groups are held on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays.

Groups are 8-10 weeks in length and are held once per week (excluding holidays.)

All groups listed are facilitated by Shannon Klosak.

List of Groups:
Anger and Aggression Group
Anxiety Group
Breakup/Separation/Divorce Group
Communication Group
Dealing with Difficult People Group
Grief Group
Loneliness Group
Negativity- Yours and Mine Group
Personal/Intimate Relationships Group
Stress Group.

Details of the group:
This group helps participants become more aware of the primary motivators that guide their behaviors, explore and “let go” of troublesome anger and aggression habits and behavioral patterns learned in childhood, explore the effects of unconscious childhood messages better with anger and aggression, become aware of their strengths and weaknesses, etc..

Details of the group:
This group will explore what anxiety is and is not. Anxiety is a complex, multifaceted experience which contains a combination of different yet interrelated elements. Feelings of anxiety affects us on a physical, cognitive, emotional, and behavioral level. Everyone experiences anxiety. Anxiety is normal. Anxiety is a reaction. Anxiety has many roots. There is no one cause of anxiety. People experience a variety of anxiety reactions. Some examples are: Situational Anxiety, Fear, Phobia, Anticipatory Anxiety and Anxiety Disorders.

Details of the group:
Meeting with others facing the same challenges of a breakup/separation/divorce can be tremendously supportive, educational and reassuring.
Participants will find emotional support and practical suggestions, regardless of where they are in the breakup /separation/ divorce process. Participants will discuss challenges and different phases they may encounter during the breakup/separation/divorce process. Participants will learn techniques that can enhance decision-making, coping skills, and facilitate the desired result(s) in shaping a new life in addition to decreasing symptoms of anxiety, loneliness, depression, distress, etc…

Details of the group:
The better the communication skills, the more effective and successful people will be. Communication skills can be taught. Effective communication skills can be learned and improved through practice. Most people typically learn their communication skills from their family, teachers, friends, etc. Problems arise when these influences are poor role models. When people learn ineffective communication skills it is important for them to identify their areas of weakness, learn more effective ways of communicating with other people, and find ways to practice these critical skills.

Details of the group:
This group will help you to better understand people with whom you have difficulty, and give you tools and techniques for looking beyond the traits and characteristics that make the person difficult for you. You will also have the opportunity to look at what is being triggered in you that makes the person seem so difficult.

Details of the group:
This group will explore the different stages and types of grief to help lesson the symptoms of depression, anxiety, loneliness, etc..
Participants will learn and discuss:
Grief Definitions: Bereavement, Grief, Mourning, and Loss.
Stages of Grief: Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, Acceptance.
Kinds of losses: Death, Divorce, Home, Independence, Pet, Financial Security, Relationships etc..
Disenfranchised Grief: Grief experiences not openly acknowledged, socially accepted, or publicly mourned such as suicide, pregnancy loss etc..

Details of the group:
This group will help you to better understand that human beings are social by nature and need human interaction and connectedness. When people experience adequate levels of human interaction and connectedness, they feel a sense of satisfaction. On the other hand, when people are experiencing inadequate levels of interaction and connectedness, they feel lonely - something’s missing.
Therefore, loneliness is a noticeable difference between peoples’ desired level of social interaction and the actual level of social interaction. It is the feeling of no one to talk, relate or share with - even though people are all around. Being with loved ones does not guarantee the absence of loneliness. Loneliness is also not synonymous with being alone.

Details of the group:
This group will help you to better understand that people inherit certain types of traits that orient them to be more or less negative or positive. As people are exposed to their environments while growing up, they develop habits of being positive or negative. If this is the case, regardless of the negative and positive traits that are inherited, a habit of being negative can be broken and replaced with more positive characteristics.

Details of the group:
This group will help you to better understand that intimate relationships play a critical role in a person’s overall health and wellness. Personal and intimate relationships provide an antidote to the worries, tension, depression, and the stress of our everyday lives. Human beings have a universal need to belong and to connect which is satisfied when intimate relationships are formed. Intimate relationships can be the best- and most challenging- part of a person’s existence.

Details of the group:
This group will help you to better understand the differences between distress and eustress (good stress) which is the helpful type of stress, one that is a burst of energy, telling one’s body what to do. It is the type of stress that can help one accomplish tasks, goals and projects, motivating one to move forward.
Participants will learn that eustress becomes distress when it is overdone.
Participants will also learn that stress has many sources and can be generated from within a person through self-imposed thoughts and feelings, while other stressors can also come from the environment.

*If you are interested in our groups and need more information, please click the "Contact" link at the top of the page.

**Our groups are covered by most insurance providers.
Please check with your insurance provider for information on group coverage. If your insurance provider does not cover groups, the cash rate is $75.00 per group session**.

To schedule an appointment, please go to :


I look forward to working with you!