Casey Shoppy is in her last year of graduate school to earn her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling through Liberty University. Casey earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Georgia in Human Development and Family Science with a minor in Human Services.
Over the years, Casey has served in various ministry settings to help foster healing, growth, and change with children, teens, and young adults. This fueled her passion for counseling and desire to walk alongside others wherever they may find themselves. Some areas of focus in Casey’s studies include anxiety, depression, OCD, grief, identity issues, social or emotional struggles and more. Casey’s Christian faith is a foundational part of her life and work as a counselor. However, she loves to work with people of all different faith backgrounds and believes in creating a nonjudgmental space where the client can feel seen, known, and heard. Casey is excited to meet clients where they are to create a space that fosters help, hope, and healing.
In her free time, Casey enjoys running outside, baking, traveling with her husband, and spending quality time with family and friends.