Joi Crawford-Johnson, Ph.D., MA, CCC
I am the President/CEO of Shepherd for the Shattered (EST. 2020). There is "safety among a multitude of counselors;" therefore, Shepherd for the Shattered provides a safe place for singles, couples, men, women and children especially, to receive peace for your troubled mind, healing for your hurting heart, joy for your sorrows, and hope when you're at the end of your rope.
My experience as a wife of 12 years, a mother for over 26 years, a single mother for over 9 years along with Biblical truth, knowledge, skills, and theory has enabled me to assists individuals and families in coping with problems by giving the new perspectives to help change their situation.
in Private or in a Group
Shepherd for the Shattered provides counseling services for the following issues: Depression * Anxiety * Stress * Abuse * Grief * Loneliness * Life Purpose * Relationships * Marriage * Divorce * Domestic Violence * Suicidal Thoughts * Other Issues
Shepherd for the Shattered has successfully accomplished workshops which have greatly helped attendees in positive ways to change their perspective on the way they view life in the areas of parenting, emotional stability and relationships.
REJOICING WITH CLIENTS
“Though you (Joi) have all of these professional accomplishments, you lead more with your heart than your head. Your personal experiences, compassion and strong desire to see healing shines through everything you say and do; and you allow the healing process to feel less like an isolation and more like a comforting partnership.”
“In my heart, I know God is behind Joi in becoming a counselor. Her soft spoken voice, her never-ending smile, and ears that can hear one's desperate cry for help makes her so lovable and approachable. We all have battle scars from life, we just have to find the right person to help heal. Joi is her name.”
“Joi has an amazing love, passion and Jesus joy about her. She connects with people on a truly human and spiritual level. She not only has care and understanding for what others are going through and are dealing with, she shares a piece of herself with them as well.”