AMFT #122049 Supervised by Cheri McDonald, PhD LMFT #27359
Shelly has many years of experience working expansively with adolescents, teenagers, young adults and their families. She works to provide a non-judgmental environment where her clients can safely process their challenges with the goal of helping them reach their highest potential.
She offers her clients the social and emotional support necessary for continued growth and has worked comprehensively in the school setting recognizing and responding to those who have been impacted by traumatic stress.
Shelly has a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Pepperdine University and has studied Foundations of Early Care and Education for children and adolescents at UCLA. She is a lifelong learner, loves to read and spend time with her husband and four children.