Shauna Campbell, LCSW
I believe in the transformative power of the therapeutic relationship and I applaud you for taking a step toward your healing. I strive to create a safe space in which you can fully explore and process your concerns, feel empowered to create your needed changes, and feel supported through it all. I consider it a privilege to be a part of this journey with you.
I received my undergraduate degree in psychology from Duke University and my Masters of Social Work degree from Yeshiva University’s Wurzweiler School of Social Work. While I have worked with individuals across the life span and in a range of settings, I am most at home holding space with and for those who courageously seek to become their most authentic selves and live their most authentic lives.
My style is collaborative and compassion-driven, while centering your needs I pull from a variety of traditional talk therapy approaches, as well as somatic, cultural and spiritual frameworks, based on your particular needs. I am passionate about mindfulness as a way of being, the health of all bodies, sex positivity, social justice, honoring our inherent wisdom and ability to heal, and the value of connection.
Areas of Specialization:
I primarily work with folks who are navigating life transitions, sexual and spiritual identity exploration, relationship concerns, racial identity and trauma, and symptoms of anxiety and/or depression.
18+, college students, adults
One of the best ways to know if we might be a good fit to do this work together is to have a conversation. This will help you to determine if my approach is what you are looking for, and give you information regarding what to expect in this process. Please contact Path to Hope at 984-500-2021 or complete the form below, and we will be in touch within 24 hours.
Should an issue arise throughout the course of our work together, I hope you will allow me the opportunity to address and resolve your concern. I aim to create a space in which you can share your honest feedback, and I encourage you to do so toward the most satisfying experience possible.
Concerns regarding ethical misconduct may be escalated to:
North Carolina Social Work Certification and Licensure Board (NCSWCLB)
P.O Box 1043
Asheboro, NC 27204