Setting a new standard through conversations on faith, womanhood, and therapy
Shanithia Kendrick is an Atlanta, Georgia native who is passionate about merging faith and therapy. She is an ordained Pastor at Embassy International Worship Center, where she serves on multiple ministries. She obtained her undergraduate degree at Georgia State University in Woman and Gender Studies with a minor in Creative Writing.
She later earned her Masters of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Medaille College.
What is therapy?
Therapy is intentional conversation used to explore your past, present, and future concerns.
In the world of mental health, services are broken into two parts: treatment and psychoeducational. Licensed professionals are able to treat, diagnose, and manage mental illness and disease. This means they can provide treatment for individuals struggling with mild to serve mental illness, including generalized anxiety to schizophrenia, PTSD, and all the other DSM classified illnesses.
Master’s level therapists are trained and educated on a number of strategies, tools, and techniques to manage mental health, which includes how you deal with stress, build healthy relationships, grow emotional intelligence, and increase in personal development. This is where I come in. Not only do I have my Masters in Clinical Mental Health, but I am also an ordained Pastor.
My job is to help you grow in both mental and emotional health, and in your faith in God. I believe that the advantage we have as believers is our access to God. I want you to increase in coping skills while growing in spiritual disciplines.
Now that you know what I do and how this process works, when you're ready, click the button below to book a session.