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Sharon Doe

Sharon Doe, M.S., BBA, CTP

Sharon Doe, MS, BBA

Sharon Doe uses systemic therapy approaches to assist clients in identifying strengths and overcoming feelings of overwhelm, anxiousness, and sadness related to challenges in intimate or family relationships and life transitions. She helps clients to create attainable goals and achieve desired outcomes such as improved communication, reduced relational conflict, and decreased stress.

Sharon brings her compassionate, down-to-earth, and direct personality while working with clients as they journey to improve their confidence, eradicate reoccurring conflicts, and enhance relationships with themselves and others. Sharon is passionate about helping individuals and couples, including polyamorous partners, work through challenges with sexuality, intimacy, and relationship conflict. Her goal is to facilitate reconciliation and restore healthy relationships. Sharon is also a certified trauma professional who enjoys helping clients work through sexuality and intimacy issues, infidelity, reconciliation, and maternal issues including birth trauma.

Sharon earned a Masters of Science in Marriage & Family Therapy at Capella University. She also holds a Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Healthcare Management from American Intercontinental University. She is currently under the supervision of Natalie Elliott, MA, LPC, LMFT, CST, CST-S, and Erika Pluhar, Ph.D., EdS, LMFT, LPC, CST-S to attain full licensure as a Marriage and Family Therapist and a Certified Sex Therapist.

In her leisure time, Sharon enjoys quality time with family and friends, scenic hikes, traveling, reading, and watching YouTube videos about her various interests.

Pronouns | she, her, hers

“You can look at the unknown as a place of fear and loss. You can look at the unknown as a realm of possibility and progress. The reality is, it’s both.”
– Esther Perel

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Sharon Doe, MS, BBA

Sharon Doe, M.S., BBA, CTP

Sharon Doe uses systemic therapy approaches to assist clients in identifying strengths and overcoming feelings of overwhelm, anxiousness, and sadness related to challenges in intimate or family relationships and life transitions. She helps clients to create attainable goals and achieve desired outcomes such as improved communication, reduced relational conflict, and decreased stress.

Sharon brings her compassionate, down-to-earth, and direct personality while working with clients as they journey to improve their confidence, eradicate reoccurring conflicts, and enhance relationships with themselves and others. Sharon is passionate about helping individuals and couples, including polyamorous partners, work through challenges with sexuality, intimacy, and relationship conflict. Her goal is to facilitate reconciliation and restore healthy relationships. Sharon is also a certified trauma professional who enjoys helping clients work through sexuality and intimacy issues, infidelity, reconciliation, and maternal issues including birth trauma.

Sharon earned a Masters of Science in Marriage & Family Therapy at Capella University. She also holds a Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Healthcare Management from American Intercontinental University. She is currently under the supervision of Natalie Elliott, MA, LPC, LMFT, CST, CST-S, and Erika Pluhar, Ph.D., EdS, LMFT, LPC, CST-S to attain full licensure as a Marriage and Family Therapist and a Certified Sex Therapist.

In her leisure time, Sharon enjoys quality time with family and friends, scenic hikes, traveling, reading, and watching YouTube videos about her various interests.

Pronouns | she, her, hers

“You can look at the unknown as a place of fear and loss. You can look at the unknown as a realm of possibility and progress. The reality is, it’s both.”
– Esther Perel

Favorite Resources

Books:

Podcasts:

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