Supervised by Megan R. Pickens, LPC-Supervisor
Michelle “Shelly” Dalton is a Licensed Professional Counselor Intern and is pursuing a doctoral degree in Family Therapy. She specializes in working with individuals, couples, and families to overcome life cycle changes that include anxiety, depression, chronic illness, grief, loss, marital problems, infidelity, divorce and family conflict. She has expertise in working with LGBTQA individuals and family members and strives to help those navigate the coming-out process and transgender issues. Michelle also works collaboratively with the medical community for best treatment practices.
Michelle utilities an Emotionally-Focused Therapy and Family Systems approach that incorporates eclectic interventions to best suit the client. She uses a multicultural counseling perspective to include racial, religious, and gender issues into therapy.
“Helping individuals and families improve their relationships with self and others is at the heart of my therapeutic practice’.
Michelle loves to spend her free time with her corgi and mini-schnauzer.
PhD – Family Therapy: Texas Woman’s University (estimated graduation: December 2020)
M.A. Clinical Mental Health Counseling: Ball State University
B.A. Psychology Eastern Washington University
Presenter at Texas Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (TAMFT) 2018 – Sex, Affairs, & Lesbians: Minority Status and the AIRM
Insurance plans not accepted