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Shirley L. Neal, MA, LPC

Shirley L. Neal, MA, LPC, is a Licensed Professional Counselor who has been working with individuals who come from all walks of life since 2008. She received her master’s degree from the counseling program at Michigan State University in 1987, returning in 2009 to update her counseling skills. As part of her training, she interned with CEI CMH Bridges Crisis Unit, the Greater Lansing Women’s Center, and Lansing Community College’s Counseling Center.

Shirley provides a safe, caring, supportive space for clients who are dealing with issues such as depression, anxiety, relationship issues, family conflict, divorce, mood disorders, childhood abuse trauma, childhood emotional neglect, PTSD, sexual abuse and assault, LGBTQIA issues, along with stress-related transitions such as college, work, marriage, and other life changes.

Interventions used are evidence-based and include the following: person-centered therapy, CBT, meditation, and interpersonal therapy. CBT strategies are employed for negative thoughts, overthinking, anxiety, depression, to name a few. Mindfulness meditation is encouraged for anxiety, depression, grief, and letting go of past psychological issues. I use techniques from these approaches to help you decide what will work best for you, as well as ways to help you grow personally.

Shirley works with individual adults in person and online.

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Shirley L. Neal, MA, LPC
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