Tiffany Shores, LCAS, LPC
Main Office in Charlotte, NC6
Tiffany joined the Barnabas Center in August 2012 and focuses her practice on seeing individuals and couples struggling with grief, depression, marital conflict, sexual brokenness, trauma, and addictions. She received her undergraduate degree in psychology from George Mason University and her Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology from Marymount University in Arlington, VA. In addition to her formal counseling education, she has completed The Advanced Counseling Certificate program from the Allender Center in Seattle, WA. This certificate program designed by Dr. Dan Allender, a Christian leader in the trauma counseling, enables counselors to help survivors of abuse by utilizing trauma-focused narrative therapy.
Tiffany facilitates two groups at The Barnabas Center. One is The Haven, for women seeking healing, help and health in recovery from sexually addictive behavior and relational brokenness. The other group is Walking in Grace, for women healing from sexual betrayal in marriage.
Before Tiffany came to The Barnabas Center, she worked in the mental health field and the addictions field. In addition to being a licensed profession counselor (LPC), she is also a licensed clinical addictions specialist (LCAS) and has extensive experience in addictions assessment and treatment. Tiffany is originally from Northern Virginia, but has been in Charlotte for over 10 years. She is married to Skott, and they have two boys who keep her busy and teach her new things every day.