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Sheralyn (Sherry) Shockey-Pope
I am Chief Operation Officer and Co-Owner of Central Counseling Services, a successful and vibrant group practice in Riverside, CA. I have been licensed since 2000. My group practice serves over 700 clients, and they provide over 1350 client sessions monthly. I oversee the day-to-day operation of the practice in two locations, Riverside and Murrieta, CA. Plus I directly supervise associates and the support staff. The practice consists of twenty-nine clinicians and four support staff. I have a strong passion for training, and I enjoy supervising new therapists. I provide training in Self Care for Therapists, Intimate Partner Violence, and Mental Health for County Social Workers.
In my spare time, I enjoy sailing, camping, swimming, and being outside.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Mercedes Samudio, LCSW is a licensed psychotherapist, parent coach, speaker, and bestselling author who helps parents and children communicate with each other, manage emotional trauma, navigate social media and technology together, and develop healthy parent-child relationships. Mercedes is an adjunct professor at Chapman University and Pepperdine University where she teaches psychology, diagnosis of mental illness, and multicultural counseling. She is an accomplished speaker who explores topics such as parenting identity development, multicultural counseling, and developing a clinical identity. Mercedes started the #EndParentShaming movement as well as coined the term Shame-Proof Parenting – using both to bring awareness to ending parent shame. You can read more about her parenting expertise at http://shameproofparenting.com.
Susan Blake, PhD, LCMHCS, ACS
Clinical Mental Health Counselor Supervisor
I have been providing clinical supervision to licensees and students for over 12 years and practicing counseling for over 17 years. I am a full time clinical faculty member with SNHU.
I truly enjoy working with newer counselors to provide not only the clinical supervision requirement but to build confidence and ownership in this incredible profession! I’m excited about the work we do and I want you to be as well. My priority in supervision is client welfare but you are the point person for that!
I take a developmental approach to supervision and work with you to be as collaborative as possible. I value your background and want to capitalize on your strengths. I think authenticity is crucial in our work as counselors and this translates to our work in supervision. Cultural considerations rise to the top of our goals together as we acknowledge our social identities and positions and the impact on our work. Self-awareness will be an ongoing exploration within my supervision guidance and I will work to promote anti-racist ideals. Self-care is another area that you will hear a lot about from me.
Hanna Stiltner, MSW, LICSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Psychotherapist
Founder of Soul Story Therapy As a Clinician & Psychotherapist, I believe in treating the whole person: mind, body, and spirit. My passion is helping individuals develop a better understanding of their life through exploring difficult patterns and issues that keep them from connecting to their true selves. I have worked in the mental health field for over 10 years and have a diverse background working with individuals of all ages, as well as couples and families. Additionally, I have done clinical supervision since 2019. My counseling approach offers a therapeutic style that is genuine, nonjudgmental, and empowering. I will work with the individual to develop a greater sense of self-worth and adequacy, explore methods of constructing nurturing relationships, and develop and achieve goals to work toward a healthy and happy life experience. I believe that therapy is an effective way of gaining awareness, processing emotions, and ultimately altering the way in which a person shows up in the world. Everyone has the innate ability to rebuild their lives and are capable of life-changing growth you may just need help recognizing it. I believe that supervision about gaining clinical knowledge. Additionally it involves self evaluation, reflection, and growth. By having a better understanding of who we are able to be better providers. I feel it is important for each clinician to spend time putting in the same self work we encourage from our clients.
Khadijah T Washington
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Khadijah T Washington is a licensed therapist in Virginia and Maryland with over 15 years of experience working in trauma, emotional authenticity, relationship reimagining and health and self healing modalities . In 2020, she published her memoir, REAL Radical Empathic Acceptance of Life, where she shares her experience around trauma, loss, and healing. Khadijah is the founder of the REAL Healing Center and she provides tele-therapy, clinical supervision and serves as a behavioral health consultant around trauma and resilience. Khadijah is currently featured in the Adverse Childhood Events Campaign with Richmond Behavioral Health. She believes in the power of storytelling as the foundation of healing.