Lisa Shelton, EdS, MS, LCMHCS, CSI, LCAS

Clinical Director

Lisa’s passion is to serve those individuals, couples and families who struggle with mental health and life issues that others may not understand. Lisa specialized working with Women, trauma focus and grief. Her Vision and Purpose is to increase individuals, couples and families awareness of mental health while also educating about healthy relationships, conflict resolution, developing strategies, coping skills to improve the overall quality of one’s life. Lisa has 28 years of experience working as a Mental Health Therapist serving populations which includes; adult men/women, adolescents, dual diagnosis and correctional populations. Lisa has training and experience with counseling sexual assault survivors, Gender-Responsive Treatment, trauma, domestic violence, Anger Management, Cognitive Intervention (CGIP), Motivational Interviewing (MI), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and crisis intervention. Lisa graduated in 2022 from Northcentral University with Education Specialist Degree, EdS. Lisa graduated from National-Louis University with a Master’s Degree in Human Services Counseling in 2005, Graduated Capella University with a Master’s Degree in Psychology in 2019. Lisa is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Supervisor (LCMHCS) and Clinical Supervisor in Training (CSI) in the State of North Carolina. Lisa also hold licensure within the State of Illinois as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LCPC) and the State of Wisconsin as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). Lisa has worked within correctional facilities, residential, intensive, and outpatient programs. In addition, Lisa has 18 years of experience in managerial roles overseeing program productivity, budgets, providing clinical supervision to clinical staff and working within the community to build align as a resource for client referral.