Shuqueta Thomas

LMFT Associate

Supervised by Don Zablosky, LMFT-S, LPC-S

Get to know Shuqueta

Shuqueta Thomas works with men and women of all ages to address a variety of issues, including grief, depression, relationship problems, pre-natal and post-natal transitions, family conflict, separation/divorce, and feeling "stuck." She sees individuals, couples and families. 

Shuqueta is originally from Chicago, Illinois, but moved to Texas with her mother and older sister when she was ten years old. During this time her mother's struggle with mental illness became apparent, which sparked Shuqueta's interest in counseling. Soon, this interest grew into a passion for helping individuals, couples, and families overcome their toughest challenges. Shuqueta believes that the relationships we form in life are important but can be difficult to navigate at times. 

Her approach is to create a safe and non-judgmental space where clients can explore their emotions and vulnerabilities. Life doesn't come with a manual, so Shuqueta aims to work together with her clients to help them move beyond just surviving to thriving. She is always ready to support and guide her clients as they work through their challenges. 

Shuqueta completed her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Argosy University and her Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from Abilene Christian University.

She enjoys spending time with her husband and kids traveling or just a fun game night at home. Shuqueta is a self-proclaimed foodie and loves trying new foods.