Shannon Mick, NCC, LPC

605 Market Street
Zelienople, Pennsylvania, US

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Practice Specialties

  • Abuse & Trauma
  • Cognitive Behavior Issues
  • College Student Counseling
  • Depression Stress and Anxiety Therapy
  • Eating Disorders
  • Grief and Bereavement Christian Counseling
  • Life Coaching
  • Occupational Counseling
  • Stress Anxiety Depression Christian Counseling
  • Women's Issues and Concerns


I provide telemental health services to Pennsylvania residents, specializing in helping runners, athletes and people who want to incorporate exercise into their weekly routine as we address the root cause.

Are you in need of healing and life-long changes? Imagine living an abundant life.

Are you stuck in a cycle of unhealthy habits and having trouble reaching your goals due to slipping back into those habits? Imagine crowding out the unhealthy habits with healthy ones and you’ll see yourself getting steps closer to your goals.

Has trauma heavily impacted your life to the point that you’re frequently reminded of it and you don’t feel like yourself? Imagine regulating your nervous system, as that will help you heal from within and begin to feel more like yourself.

Each person has the power within themselves to rewire their thoughts, regulate emotions, and control behaviors by implementing the right skills for their mind.

I provide support, guidance, and a judgement-free space along your journey. I mainly use Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) models when guiding the process.

If this information sounds good, I invite you to reach out to me through email to ask questions or schedule an appointment.

Let's promote healing and life-long changes so that you can live abundantly.

Private pay: $145 per 50-60 minute session.

Like most specialty providers, I do not participate in any insurance plans.

Paying out-of-pocket is a great option for people who want maximum privacy, confidentiality, and flexibility.

I am open to chatting about the fee to see if I can meet you where you're at.

I can also provide you with a monthly superbill for you to submit to your insurance for reimbursement. I cannot guarantee that you will get reimbursed.

Why I Became a Professional Christian Therapist

I became a professional Christian counselor because God has created me with the characteristics and talents that it takes to be a great counselor. I recognized these characteristics when I was a teenager, as friends would often come to me for support or advice.

However, counseling wasn't what I wanted to do when I was in college. I planned on going into engineering and was really drawn in by what I could possibly create with those skills. I was passionate about building things and creating experiences for people to enjoy. I have always loved rollercoasters, so I imagined myself creating rollercoasters and amusement park attractions.

I spent time getting additional learning support from my algebra and calculus professor outside of class. The math professor, who I knew personally, was my grandparents' church pastor. He told me that I should seriously reconsider my engineering major because math wasn't my thing and he didn't want me to struggle.

With his advice in mind (and knowing he was right), I reflected on what else I wanted to do, but more importantly, what I was good at... something that had very little to do with math. What did God want me to do? What talents has God blessed me with? I didn't spend much time thinking about it, I changed my major to psychology because I knew that I was suited to help people.

Being a counselor is a form of art, it requires creating experiences for people. The therapeutic techniques and strategies are like art, in the way that I can deliver it and use it to meet my clients' needs. I customize each session and they are person-centered.

I got to use my God-given talents and I'm uniquely made to be a counselor. Honestly, thank God for the message from my math professor, otherwise my life could have been like a rollercoaster crash, ha! I am happy and enjoy doing what I do.

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