Shuqueta Thomas

LMFT Associate

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

Get to know Shuqueta

Shuqueta Thomas partners with individuals, couples, and families addressing a wide range of challenges including grief, depression, relationship issues, and life transitions such as prenatal and post-natal adjustments. She also supports clients through family conflicts, separation, divorce, and times when they feel "stuck."

Originally from Chicago, Illinois, Shuqueta moved to Texas at the age of ten with her mother and older sister, where she witnessed her mother's journey with mental illness. This experience ignited Shuqueta's passion for counseling and helping others navigate their own difficult paths. She understands firsthand the complexities of relationships and believes deeply in their importance.

Creating a safe, non-judgmental space is central to Shuqueta's approach. She encourages clients to explore their emotions and vulnerabilities freely, and to recognize that life doesn't come with a manual. Her goal is to move clients from merely surviving to thriving, collaborating closely with them through their journey.

Shuqueta holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Argosy University and a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from Abilene Christian University. She is currently an EMDR Therapist in Training. 

Beyond her professional life, Shuqueta cherishes spending time with her husband and children, whether traveling or enjoying a lively game night at home. A self-proclaimed food enthusiast, she delights in discovering new culinary experiences.