Shonta Pierce, M. A.,
Neurofeedback Specialist & Resident in Counseling
Trained & Specializing in Neurofeedback, Women's Issues, Anxiety, Focus, Coping methods, and Sleep Disorders
Shonta Pierce is a Resident in Counseling (for LPC), M.A. with a specialization in Psychology and Counseling and Neurofeedback.
Neurofeedback is a form of biofeedback which can be paired with Counseling for considerably effective results.
She graduated from Old Dominion University and received her Master’s Degree from Regent University and has worked in a variety of private practices and community settings since 2012.
Serving diverse populations, in all walks of life, her areas of specialization include: A Cognitive-Behavioral framework, stress management and coping skills, Anxiety, Sleep dysfunction, ADHD/ADD, Coping Mechanisms, life transitions, managing symptoms of chronic pain, Traumatic Brain Injury, PTSD, and a special emphasis in working with women's issues and young adults.
“Counseling is a personalized journey, goal-directed and designed to empower you for change. I am here to actively listen and accompany as we work to create a pathway to resolution in a confidential, supportive, and collaborative environment. Feel encouraged to take an important step in the journey to addressing YOU.”
To schedule an appointment: 757.774.6625
Experience in psychological assessment and treatment
Neurofeedback Specialist - 5 years
Many Seek Neurofeedback or a combination of Neurofeedback + Counseling in Order To:
-Experience change differently (non-conventionally) than in their past.
-Feel immediate, physical and emotional differences in symptoms while paired with counseling or separately.
-Better manage symptoms and their medication (with the permission and assistance of a physician or specialist),
-Noticeably improve sleep, decrease stress and anxiety, increase clarity of mind, and ease reactivity with the discussion of highly emotional traumas. It is also an uncommonly known fact that many traumas and symptoms cannot be resolved from talk therapy alone.
-Train the brain through exercise and a reward system that practices good regulation and relaxation therapy.