QuinnShauna works from the perspective that healing happens within the context of relationships with others. She takes the view that you are the expert in your own life. As a result, she works to create a safe and welcoming space for clients to bring their whole selves to sessions. She collaborates with her clients in a compassion-filled, integrative process that utilizes influences from family systems therapy, the couples work of Drs. John & Julie Gottman, cognitive behavioral therapy, psychoeducation, and mindfulness.
As a counselor, she has spent over 15 years walking alongside young adults and their families as they seek to map out their journeys forward — to and through college and beyond. Additionally, over the past three years, she has built a focus around sitting with couples as they navigate life’s twists and turns while working to live in honest, fulfilling, and connected relationships with one another.
QuinnShauna comes to SEED from her role as Associate Director for College Counseling & Scholar Development with the Princeton University Preparatory Program (PUPP), where she spent 9 years working with a diverse range of high-achieving high school students in Mercer
County and their families.
She obtained her master’s degree in School Counseling from North Carolina State University and her educational specialist degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from The College of New Jersey. She is currently a Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist.