Jeneice Shaw, Ph.D.
B.A. in Psychology and Gender Studies, McDaniel College
M.A. in Counseling, Ball State University
Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology, West Virginia University
Integrative with an emphasis on humanistic, feminist/multicultural, and interpersonal approaches.
Individual and group counseling, LGBTQ+ concerns, trauma, sexual health, multicultural and social justice issues, identity concerns, outreach.
I'm from the tiniest of towns in south, central Pennsylvania and completed my B.A. in psychology and gender studies at a slightly less tiny, but wonderful, college in Maryland. I began working with college students during my Master's program in Indiana, and felt so lucky to be able to continue doing so while pursing my Ph.D. at WVU. College is a time of transition and potential that comes with unique challenges and difficult decisions. I am happy to be able to assist students when they need some extra help with whatever college throws their way.
I love spending time with my friends and family, reading, watching football, cross stitching, pranking my coworkers, and bothering my cats while they're trying to sleep.