Shasta Hickman has been a Vancouver resident since 2009, graduating from Clark College in 2013. She completed her studies in Psychology Pre-Counseling from Corban University in 2016, while working in the social work field with children and families. Shasta attended graduate school at Concordia University Irvine's Counseling Program, which offers a combination of evidence-based practices alongside a Christian worldview. Upon completing her Master of Arts degree in 2018, she chose to stay at her internship site- ANLCC- as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate.
It is my desire to help individuals, children, and families who are seeking change, growth, or healing. I want to partner with you to find the growth and wholeness you desire as you move forward in life. Counseling is a personal experience that feels safe while intentionally addressing the reason for the visit. I will us therapeutic approaches that include Attachment Theory and Emotionally-Focused Therapy to help you get to the root of things.
My prior experience includes working with women, children, and families in preschool, elementary school, and in a church setting. I am passionate about working with those who suffer from TRAUMA, ANXIETY, DEPRESSION, RELATIONAL ISSUES, and GRIEF & LOSS.