My practice philosophy is that everyone has good in them. I meet people where they are, find that good, and help them use it to improve their lives. When a client meets with me, they will find me non-judgmental, kind, and gentle. I like to meet people where they are at and use their strengths to help them move forward toward healing. This is a partnership so I will never force a client to discuss something that they don’t want to. Instead, by creating a safe place to step outside of their comfort zones I help them to confront their difficulties with my support.
Shanah Maduff Zucker, LPC, CCTP, CPRP specializes in working with survivors of trauma to rebuild self-esteem, reestablishing self-confidence, and ownership of the self after trauma. Her other specialties include coping skills, anxiety, depression, de-escalation from panic attacks, and self-esteem issues. She approaches therapy from a trauma-informed, client-centered, perspective: focusing on genuineness, empathy and helping clients connect their thoughts, feelings and actions using cognitive behavioral therapy and narrative therapy. She enjoys working with people individually and in a group therapy setting.