Shonda Fulton

(LCMHC, LCAS, CCTP)

About Me

Welcome! My name is Shonda Fulton and it is my passion to assist individuals to become their true and authentic self. I am a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor (LCMHC) in the state of North Carolina. I have been working as a therapist for the past 7 years. I have experience working with children, families and adults with mental health and substance use issues. My client’s mental health needs range from depression, anxiety, PTSD, trauma, substance use/abuse, relationship issues, LGBTQ, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, suicidal ideation and parent-child relationship issues.


My desire is to foster healing and growth within each individual, family and couple I work with. I believe that in order to make these changes, the client and I will need to look at the complete picture of their life, taking a more holistic approach. I like to draw on their strengths in order to help implement change. I want to help my clients move beyond the troubles and stressors they have experienced in their lives and help them move towards a life worth living.

I look forward to working with you!


Specialties

  • Stress, Anxiety
  • Addictions
  • LGBT
  • Trauma and abuse
  • Depression
Also experienced in:
Relationship issues , Family conflicts , Parenting issues , Anger management , Self esteem , Bipolar disorder , Coping with life changes , ADHD
Years of Experience: 7

Services Offered


  • Messaging

  • Phone

  • Video

Licensing

LMHC #10185 (Expires: 2021-06-30)


Reviews

Written by M.I. on Aug 03, 2020 after counseling with Shonda for 2 weeks on issues concerning relationship

Extremely easy to talk to, funny, relatable, and professional.

Written by S.U. on Jul 31, 2020 after counseling with Shonda for 2 months on issues concerning relationship

Shonda is very helpful and listened to everything's I need to say and gives good feedback even if it's to tell me what I need to change if I do something wrong or approach things the wrong way. I never feel judged or like my concerns aren't being heard and addressed.