Shaunda Jones is a native of Hampton, Virginia but currently resides in Conyers, Georgia. Shaunda started her educational career as a freshman at West Virginia University (WVU) in 1996. She has a Master of Science in Criminal Justice from Saint Leo University and a Master of Science in Clinical Psychology from Capella University.
Shaunda has experience working as an adjunct professor, in-home counselor, school-based mental health therapist, trainer, and project coordinator. She currently serves as a Lead Therapist at a local psychiatric hospital, where she also served as the interim Clinical Director of the Social Services department. Shaunda has a passion for trauma and forensic psychology. That passion is fueled for females in particular and young adults.
As a master’s level psychologist, Shaunda utilizes her skill set of cognitive-behavioral therapy, psychodynamic therapy, as well as person-centered therapy to treat each client’s individual needs. Shaunda takes a holistic approach to therapy to aid her clients by keeping their anxieties from controlling their lives. Shaunda believes in viewing every situation from a systems perspective, which is best practice when working with clients. Shaunda has experience working with couples, women with trauma, teens, and young adults.