Shauna Moore Reynolds
Dr. Shauna Moore Reynolds is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor-Supervisor (LCPC-S) in Maryland, a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Washington, D.C., an NBCC National Certified Counselor (NCC), and an Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS). Dr. Reynolds has received numerous awards and accolades from many sources, including recognition from The Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory Services, The Washington D.C. Attorney General's Office, The U.S. Attorney's Office, induction into the Chi Sigma Iota counseling honor society, the 2018 winner of the Maryland Counseling Association Outstanding Mental Health Professional Award and winner of the Texas Southern University, Department of Education, Outstanding Educator Award 2020. Dr. Shauna has served her community by discussing Intimate Partner Violence, the importance of mental health care, and self-care. She holds positions as a Mental Health First Aid Facilitator and Red Cross Disaster Mental Health Volunteer and continues to be a source of support and mentorship for Master's level mental health counseling interns and pre-licensed and post-licensed counselors.
Dr. Shauna is a former Department Chair, Associate Professor, and Director of Clinical Training at The Chicago School, an Adjunct Professor at Johns Hopkins University in the Department of Education, and a former Visiting Professor at Loyola University of Maryland in the Department of Pastoral Counseling. Dr. Shauna's areas of research include Anxiety, Depression, Crisis, Trauma, Post-Traumatic Stress, Sexual Assault, and Domestic Violence. Her dissertation topic was: An Analytical Comparison of the Anxiety Levels of Intimate Partner Violence Victims During the Initial Abuse Reporting Stage.
Coun 6336 - Crisis, Trauma, and Response
Coun 6723 - Multicultural Counseling
EdD, Texas Southern University
MA, University of Houston - Clear Lake
BS, University of Houston - Downtown
Awards / Honors
Department of Education, Outstanding Educator Award 2020, Texas Southern University, Department of Education, 2020
Maryland Counseling Association Outstanding Mental Health Professional Award , Maryland Counseling Association, 2008