Dr. Shauna Moore Reynolds, Ed.D., LCPC-S, LPC, NCC, ACS is the owner of SMR Counseling Services, an Adjunct Professor at Johns Hopkins University in the Department of Education, and a former Associate Professor at Loyola University of Maryland in the Department of Pastoral Counseling. Dr. Reynolds holds a doctorate degree in Counselor Education and Supervision from Texas Southern University, and provides psychotherapy to individuals, couples, and families in crisis with a focus on anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress. Dr. Reynolds’ past experiences includes the positions of Abuse Investigator with the Texas Department of Protective Services, and Victim Witness Specialist with The District of Columbia Attorney General’s Office and The United States Attorney’s Office.
Dr. Reynolds is a domestic violence survivor and has traveled the country sharing her knowledge about mental health and domestic violence to numerous government agencies, community organizations, churches, and community centers. Her presentations have included:
Anxiety and Depression
Becoming Mentally Healthy
Conflict Resolution and Mediation
Self-Care for Mental Health Professionals
Resources for Leaving Abusive Relationships
Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, Intimate Partner Violence, and the Military War Veteran
Dr. Reynolds is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in Maryland, a Licensed Professional Counselor in Washington, D.C., a National Certified Counselor, and an Approved Clinical Supervisor. Dr. Reynolds is also a Red Cross Disaster Mental Health Volunteer, and a member of the Yasha Circle Domestic Violence Ministry. Dr. Reynolds is a daughter of a military veteran, and speaks regularly to spouses, families and community resources for veterans. Dr. Reynolds’ father, Capt. Harry Moore Sr., was a veteran of the United States Marine Corps retiring after 20 years. He served in both Vietnam and Desert Storm.
- Maryland Counseling Association - Counselor of the Year 2016