About Shiela Weehunt
My name is Shiela and I am a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, growth coach, personal development blogger, and creator of Changing Attitudes Counseling. My mission is to help people who feel stuck, defined by their circumstances reconnect to their true self, develop clarity and confidence to rekindle a life that is full of passion, meaning, and purpose. Do you feel lost and stuck like your life is out of control, too many days are just filled with overwhelming sadness, depression, and anxiety? Do you feel exhausted like you are just running in circles going through the motions and trying to make things better for everyone? I too have struggled with lifelong worry and fear that held me back from living my dream life. Through identifying my resistances, limitations, and fears, I cleared a path and developed a clear vision that shined a light on my passion and purpose. I am here to help anyone create the life they DESIRE and DESERVE. It would be my honor to help you explore your untapped potential and develop a clear vision and purpose aligned with your true self, find happiness in each day, accomplish your every desire, and find joy in life’s journey! It is my plan that after our sessions you will feel a greater sense of renewed refreshed energy, and be better equipped to choose to let life circumstances drive you to create the life you want instead of letting it define your life. I believe that each one of us has the potential within to change our attitudes to change our life! If you are ready to take this journey with me to figure out what to do next, then give me a call at 575-430-4804 or drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
I am a homebody and most times you can find me creating as an artisan of leather and stained-glass, I love anything promoting the western way of life. Horses, Harleys, and Corgis are my thing and most of all a mom who loves supporting her children to living their best life. My father had a big influence on my outlook, and I grew up trying to meet other expectations believing I should not express my true authentic self and struggled with depression and anxiety most of my adult life. He once told me that “artist starve” and counseling was “psychobabble” which I initially let define my life instead of driving it to find me. But I believe everyone is here to teach us the value of being your true authentic self and with lots of personal therapy, an awesome mentor told me I had the makings of become a therapist and support others with their own life’s struggles. So, the journey to self-discovery began, and the continual quest to becoming the greatest expression of me and give to others that same space and permission, too.