Heather Shy, LPC

Heather earned her Master of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology and is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). She has completed over 70 credit hours of graduate work and training from Forest Institute of Professional Psychology and has completed 3,000 hours of supervised clinical work as part of her work to become an LPC.

Since 2012, Heather has been helping individuals and their families overcome a variety of behavioral and mental health concerns such as depression, anxiety, ADHD, grief, trauma, life adjustment, anger, and more. Through individual and family counseling, Heather assists individuals and families in overcoming the challenges that they face.

Heather has also received graduate training and post-graduate experience in the area of psychological testing. She currently offers ADHD testing for adults.

Her work with individuals also includes a focus on psychotherapy for women. This work includes helping women to increase resilience and self-care skills in order to experience their best as mothers, professionals, and in relationships while facing the stresses that being female and/or being a mother presents.

She assists women in overcoming challenges such as: Postpartum Depression, Infertility, birth trauma, grieving the loss of a child, parenting struggles, Empty Nest Syndrome, separation/divorce, among other issues.

Heather views clients not as a diagnosis, but as individuals experiencing specific struggles. Within an atmosphere of grace and support, Heather empowers clients to find the strength and ability to cope with the challenges in their lives so that they are no longer hindered by them.

After hours appointments with Heather are available on a limited basis.