Shaista Sowell is a therapist who provides mental health treatment and services for adolescents and adults. She has worked many years in residential treatment programs and outpatient programs. She has served as a mental health consultant for teachers in both elementary and high school level settings. She is a Temple University alumnus where she obtained her graduate degree in the field of counseling and leadership. She is a Licensed Associate Counselor, Certified School Counselor and teacher of psychology.
Ms. Sowell has always been passionate about studying and analyzing behavior geared toward helping change the ways in which the environment impacts the lives of others. She works to inspire and empower women and young adults in underserved communities to reach their fullest potential. She has experience working with parent-child conflict, depression, anxiety, career development, domestic violence, stress management, and conflict resolution.
Ms. Sowell’s therapeutic techniques include, but is not limited to, Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness and Play Therapy. Her professional mission that guides her work is to help others "Be Happy, Be Healthy, Be You."