Shauna FrisbieAssociate Professor
- Ed.D. in Counselor Education
- Texas Tech University, 2001
Office: Behavioral Sciences - 102 Phone #: 806.720.7834 Shauna.Frisbie@LCU.EDU
Dr. Frisbie holds the following licenses and certifications:
Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor
National Certified Counselor
Certified Eating Disorders Specialist
Certified Family Life Educator
Teaching in the graduate counseling program at LCU enables me to bring my clinical experience into the classroom. I maintain a private practice in which I specialize in the treatment of eating disorders and related issues such as anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, trauma, and self-harm in adolescents and adults.
An integrative, holistic approach to treatment best describes my work, integrating cognitive behavioral, interpersonal, and mindfulness based approaches. In addition, I have extensive experience with EMDR treatment for trauma.
My research interests include parenting, phototherapy, eating disorders, counselor development and the application of meditation and mindfulness in counseling and development.
Graduates from LCU's counseling program benefit from working closely with faculty in clinical and research capacities. The small class size enables our faculty to develop mentoring relationships with our graduate students. Students are encouraged by a Christian faculty to explore the impact of faith on their future counseling practice.
- Techniques of Counseling
- Counseling Practicum
- Human Services Practicum
Previous Classes Taught
- Marital and Family Education
- Parent Education
- Social Development of Individuals and Families
- Introduction to Family Science
- Family Stress, Crisis and Resiliency
- Family Life Education and Enrichment
- Parent Child Relations
- Individual and Family Lifespan Human Development