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  • Shellie Crook, Master’s Level Student Intern

    Hi, I’m Shellie Crook, and I’m thrilled to be a Marriage and Family Therapy Intern. Right now, I’m pursuing my Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at National University. But before that, I earned my B.S. in Counseling Psychology from Rochester University.I’ve been involved in ministry for over 20 years, and I’m also a proud member of the Delta Sigma Pi professional business fraternity. These experiences have shaped me and given me a deep understanding of human connections and the importance of considering all the people who are part of our lives.When I’m not busy with my studies, I find so much joy in crocheting, crafting, and spending quality time with my loved ones. Being a dedicated wife and mother of three, I truly value the beauty of nurturing relationships and the laughter and connection they bring. 

    In my therapy practice, I see myself as a travel agent, helping my clients navigate their journey from where they are to where they want to be. Creating a supportive space is crucial to me, so individuals and families can explore their challenges, gain insight, and develop effective strategies for growth and healing.

    My ultimate goal is to empower my clients to cultivate fulfilling and harmonious relationships, which contribute to their personal growth and overall well-being. Making a positive impact in people’s lives through my dedication, expertise, and commitment to service is my passion.If you’re seeking guidance in navigating the complexities of relationships and personal development, I’m here to support you on your transformative journey.