Shauna Summers, LCPC

Welcome to Ironwood Counseling, I am Shauna Summers, a compassionate and experienced licensed counselor. I work with individuals (18+), couples, and families regarding relationships that could be better (ie: romantic, work, friends, parent/child), regaining balance during and after a significant life transition, working through past trauma, ADD/ADHD life-skill assessment and skill-building, and coping with anxiety/overwhelm in all the ways it shows up in our lives. Start your journey to a healthier, happier life today with Ironwood Counseling.

How can I help you?

I am a licensed counselor who approaches therapy from a curious, strengths-based perspective.


Individuals (18+)

In person therapy for individuals


Couples & Family

Group therapy sessions for families


In-Person & Telehealth

Work with me remotely from the comfort of your own environment

My approach to therapy

I equip and empower clients to be curious, flexible, and grow by letting go of the old and grabbing ahold of the new. I help translate the outside world for people who have outgrown the coping mechanisms they have been using and are feeling the pain point. I find that when we experience significant life transitions we sometimes ask, “who am I with or without ___?” Exploring how we have changed and grown is critical for boundary management, healthy relationships, effective communication, and work/life balance to name a few.



Clinically Trained

  • Life changes
    • College, Job changes, Retirement, Marriage/Divorce, Children
  • Adults 18-100+
    • Identity, attachment, cognitive distortions
  • Special populations
    • Clergy, clergy families, first responders
  • ADD/ADHD life-skill assessment and skill-building
    • Organization and prioritization skills, procrastination
  • Solution-focused brief therapy
    • Reframing life experiences and exception focused
  • Narrative therapy
    • Strength-based, empowering, curious and collaborative
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
    • Treating anxiety, mood disorders, and trauma
  • Dialectic Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
    • To aid in Emotional Regulation and Mood Stabilization
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