Administrative Office

11615 Angus Rd, Suite 218

Austin, TX 78759

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Texas - Austin Area

(phone) 512.492.6200
(fax) 512.492.6201

(email) info@relationalcare.org

North Austin

11615 Angus Rd, Suite 218

Austin, TX 78759

South Austin

2312 Western Trails Blvd, Suite B204 

Austin, TX 78745

Georgia - Atlanta Area

(phone) 678.653.3272

(email) info.atlanta@relationalcare.org

 

Woodstock

970 Woodstock Pkwy, Suite 210

Woodstock, GA 30188

 

Decatur

1198 North Valleybrooke Rd

Decatur, GA 30033

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Shauna Onyebuchi, M.A., LPC Intern
Supervised by David Burleson, M.A., LPC-S, D.Min

 

$90 per 50-minute session

$135 per 50-minute session

Education  

  • Masters of Art in Counseling at St. Edwards University

  • Bachelor of Art in Psychology at The University of Texas

Area of Focus

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Life transitions and adjustments

  • Grief & Loss

  • Trauma

  • Relational Conflicts

  • Faith/Spirituality

  • Biblical self-acceptance & identity exploration, increasing self-awareness

About me...

I was born and raised in Ft. Worth, TX and moved to Austin in 2011 for my undergraduate studies at the University of Texas. In 2015, I graduated with my Bachelor of Art in Psychology and continued to pursue my masters at St. Edwards University. I graduated in 2017 with my Masters of Art in Counseling. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor-Intern and have experience counseling clients working through depression, anxiety, self-image issues, self-harm, relational conflicts, marriage conflicts, trauma, adjusting to transitions of life, processing grief and loss, etc... I worked at the Capital Area Counseling Center, a private practice on the East side of Austin, TX where I enjoyed working with clients from a diverse demographic – comprising of varying cultural and ethnic backgrounds. Most recently, I was a Case Manager for adults and adolescents at the Georgetown Behavioral Health Institute where I worked with the inpatient acute/crisis population. I learned about the numerous community resources in central Texas and mental health organizations across the country which I could refer my patients to for continued treatment and support. In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my loved ones, nature, board games, sports (especially basketball), laughing, eating good food, and listening to music. I am grateful to serve in my church’s ministries. Currently my husband and I are serving in youth and college ministry. I enjoy the process of helping people increase their self-awareness and translate that into deeper and more meaningful relationships with God and others. I have a collaborative counseling style, beginning with learning about your specific goals for therapy and working through each issue together. I enjoy the process of gaining an understanding of your unique background and current circumstances and would be happy to have the privilege of building a therapeutic relationship with you. I would be glad to help you work towards achieving your goals for personal and relational growth with God and others.