Hello, I am Sha-kedra Harris, Do you feel overwhelmed, anxious, irritable, or on edge? Do you find that you have trouble sleeping, experience lack of motivation, often fatigued, or burnout? Together, we can work to identify coping strategies to help you feel empowered. I am an experienced Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a demonstrated history of working in the individual and family services industry. I graduated from Valdosta State University with a Master’s in Social Work in 2013. In 2016, I obtained my Clinical licensure through the Georgia Professional Composite Board. I am currently enrolled at Grand Canyon University pursuing a Ph.D. in Performance Psychology, with current classes focused solely on the dissertation process (ABD). I am skilled in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Trauma-Focused Therapy, Strength-Based Techniques, Evidence-Based Techniques, Group Therapy, Substance Abuse, Marriage and Crisis Counseling Interventions. I hold several credentials to include Board Certified Diplomate (BCD), Clinical Military Counseling (CMCC), Academy of Certified Social Workers (ACSW), and Georgia School Social Work. She is also a member of The National Association of Social Workers (NASW).
What can clients expect to take away from sessions with you?
While I am experienced in psychotherapy, my expertise is to help patients gain insight, clarity, and motivation to face and work through life challenges.
What treatment methods and tools do you utilize?
I am skilled in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Trauma-Focused Therapy, Strength-Based Techniques, Evidence-Based Techniques, Group Therapy, Substance Abuse, Marriage and Crisis Counseling Interventions.
Explain to clients what areas you feel are your biggest strengths.
My ultimate goal is to allow clients to have a safe space to face trauma, heal, and feel empowered to grow. My strengths are helping clients understand the connections between how our life experiences shape the way we view and deal with life challenges. I help patients understand how our thoughts, feelings and behaviors are connected thus having the ability to affect the way we handle situations.