Shaunta Gills-Roberson is a Behavioral Health Consultant and a supervisor for candidates seeking Licensure to be a Professional Counselor. Mrs. Gills-Roberson graduated from the University of Oklahoma with her Master’s in Human Relations. She comes from a culturally diverse background which reinforces her work with individuals from different ethnic backgrounds, sexual orientations, and religions. She invests her time with working with children, adolescents, and adults who are trying to work through problems and negative thoughts or feelings to bring about change in their lives. She believes that if you plan on being anything less than what you are capable of being, then you will probably live an unhappy existence most of your natural days. With help, Mrs. Gills-Roberson believes that a person can find true inner strength and courage to resolve conflict and struggle in their life that will allow the patient to change.
Mrs. Gills-Roberson prefers Patient-Centered and Solution-Focused modalities integrated with Cognitive-Behavioral techniques. She wants to help those adolescent and/or adult patients get the help, support, and services that they need to heal.
Mrs. Gills-Roberson has experience working with individuals who exhibit behaviors that include ADHD, Oppositional Defiant, Depression, Anxiety, Impulse Control, Self-Esteem, and school-related behavioral problems. She has over a decade of experience working with schools on their trauma-informed care approach while assisting with evidence-based behavioral interventions. She has facilitated groups which include Anger Management, Batterers Intervention/Domestic Violence and Parenting classes.