Shea Daniels Graham, M.Ed., LPCC-S
Lindner Center of HOPE
Shea is an outpatient telehealth therapist at the Lindner Center of HOPE.
Prior to earning dual masters degrees in School Counseling & Clinical Mental Health counseling, Shea studied Creative Writing at Ohio University while minoring in Spanish. Throughout her undergraduate experience Shea volunteered with a variety of social justice oriented organizations in the Appalachian region including Girl Power, a program through Athens County Child Services.
Shea is trained in EMDR through EMDRIA and pursing Certification. The focus of her EMDR work includes simple and complex trauma, somatic symptoms, and specific phobia. Additionally, Shea is certified in DBT (C-DBT), a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP), and a Certified Autism Disorder Clinical Specialist (ASDCS). Shea’s practice philosophy is patient-centered, neuroscience informed, evidence based, and always includes room for a good joke!
Prior to joining the Lindner Center of HOPE, Shea worked for a small private practice in north-central Ohio.
Shea specializes in trauma work and working with neurodivergent adults, including adults diagnosed with ADHD and level 1 Autism. She also enjoys working with LGBT adults, adults living with disability, and caretakers of loved ones with physical or developmental disabilities.
This provider offers telehealth visits.