Shannon Kroenke, LICSW, MT-BC, CYT-200
Shannon Kroenke is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who began working at Lake Superior Community Health Center in 2016. She has attended school at SouthWestern School for Musical Vocations and Marylhust University. Shannon has a degree in Jazz Performance and a Bachelor of Music Therapy. Shannon also attended UMD for her MSW certification. Shannon is a CYT-200 yoga teacher and a Behavioral Health Officer for the Army National Guard. Shannon specializes in Guided Imagery and Music.
In her free time, Shannon enjoys gardening, hiking, skiing, singing, playing piano, agate hunting, reading, meditation, yoga, spending time with friends and family, being an ARNG member, and creative learning.
A note from Shannon:
“You are your own best client.” I learned this in my yoga teacher journey, and fully trust in a therapeutic relationship to help build your strengths, explore your innate wisdom, and create fulfilling solutions together for greater freedom, joy, and understanding. Learning to trust your authentic self and your deepest desires for your life is a life-long journey—one that I embrace myself and continually try to remain open to. I can offer therapeutic tools to help explore issues in a safe, compassionate way including somatic yoga and breathing techniques (for all body types), music therapy, mindfulness/meditation, dialectical behavior therapy, and cognitive behavior therapy. I also offer Guided Imagery and Music. This is a specialized, guided music listening experience, where I assist you with relaxation and exploration of the psyche. In my experience, this technique helps people to get to the ‘heart of the matter’ in a deeply authentic and powerful manner. I do this through a client-centered, strengths-based approach, fully acknowledging that you are your own best expert. My therapeutic background includes working with victims of trauma, Veterans, elders, adolescents, and people struggling with life stressors/transitions, relationship issues, depression, anxiety, bipolar, schizophrenia, personality disorders, and substance use. I believe wholeheartedly in the power of healing, therapeutic change, and growth to our highest potential. I am honored to be a part of your healing journey, and look forward to discovery with you.
In the words of Masaru Emoto:
“If you feel lost, disappointed, hesitant, or weak, return to yourself, to who you are, here and now, and when you get there, you will discover yourself, like a lotus flower in full bloom, even in a muddy pond, beautiful and strong.”
What you will need for your visit...
The containers of medications, vitamins, supplements you are currently taking
For sliding fee scale applicants: proof of income