Shuronda is pursuing her master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy, specializing in Children and Adolescent Family Therapy at National University. She follows a systemic therapeutic approach to understanding people and their unique challenges to how their systems and relationships play a significant part in their lives. While providing a safe and inclusive environment, she believes the therapeutic relationship should be one of collaboration, authenticity, and support. She utilizes and pulls from Narrative, Solution-focused, Strategic, Cognitive-behavioral, and Bowen Family Therapy to focus on clients' strength and resiliency while helping clients discover new tools to cope with life stress. She carefully considers cultural concerns and practices. Shuronda has experience and is passionate about working with children, adolescents, adults, and couples, collaborating with families to find the best solution to their unique problems.
"You don’t have to be positive all the time. Feeling sad, angry, annoyed, frustrated, scared, or anxious is perfectly okay. Having feelings doesn’t make you a “negative person.” It makes you human."
- Lori Deschene
“Understanding is the greatest gift that the world can give.”
A quote my grandmother often told me. Understanding is a gift, and everyone deserves to be understood and heard. Through guidance, but most of all collaboration, I want to help you discover the best solution in your best interest that allows you or your family to thrive. I won't lead your path, but rather accompany you on your journey, offering guidance and support. Together, we'll explore the various avenues of your life, paving the way for you to create a new chapter. I utilize narrative, solution-focused, strategic, cognitive-behavioral, experiential and Bowen family therapy while focusing on clients' strengths and resiliency while helping them discover new tools to cope with stress. I strive to assist families, children, couples, adolescents, and adults by helping them process emotions, expand skills, and improve their communication and relationships. My doors are open, and I welcome those who wish to enter.