About Me


My name is Dr. Latinia Shell and I earned both my Bachelors in Psychology and Masters Degree in Counselor Education from Millersville University, Millersville, PA. I earned my Doctoral Degree in Counseling Psychology from Argosy University, Sarasota, FL. I am licensed as a Licensed Professional Counselor by the State Board of PA; Nationally Certified by the National Board of Certified Counselors as a National Certified Counselor, and Certified Clinical Mental Health Counselor; Nationally Certified by the Center for Credentialing & Education as an Approved Clinical Supervisor.

I provide individual therapy for adolescents, teens, adults. In addition, I provide couples, family, and group therapy. Through a highly personalized approach tailored to each client's individual needs, I assist clients in identifying limiting beliefs and outmoded coping mechanisms that may be standing in the way. I work with a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues. Services provided span from therapy for depression and anxiety to grief counseling, relationship issues, work and career issues, anger management and beyond. In a comfortable and supportive atmosphere, I hope to help clients attain the personal growth they're striving for.

My research and professional counseling specialty emphasizes cultural and diversity related therapy topics including race related stress, racial cultural identity development, gender identity, religion, socioeconomic status, physical ability, sexual identity, ageism, etc. All of these topics can be explored as they pertain to one's self and others.

In addition to counseling services, I also provide consultations, trainings and presentations pertaining to Mental Health, Wellness, and Multicultural Counseling, as well as celebrating Diversity in the workplace and/or in the school setting. Additionally, I provide supervision to Masters/Doctoral level clinicians who are interested in obtaining their PA state license and/or National Certification.

Todd Henley

My name is Todd Henley, in my 30+ years of combined working experience in the corporate world and ministry, in addition to pursuing advanced, intensive education and training, has equipped me with a unique and fresh perspective that is empathic, skilled, and yet practical. Growing up in Philadelphia has helped me to be culturally sensitive and compassionate to those that feel racially or socially marginalized. 

I have interacted with diverse populations from teenagers to the elderly, along with various cultural & socioeconomic backgrounds. I work with couples, families, and individuals dealing with relational issues, life transitions, sexual issues, parenting challenges, stress, grief, low self-esteem, adolescent struggles, depression, and anxiety that threaten to overwhelm us and bring conflict to our most important relationships.

I am passionate about helping people to resolve painful pasts, relational difficulties, emotional dysfunction, and addictive ruts. I host three-day intensive seminars for men with sexual brokenness struggles and facilitate group marital therapy for couples struggling in their marriage. I speak at retreats, workshops, churches, and universities. I also lead a 10-week support group called, THE UNDERGROUND, for men who want freedom and healing from the issues men face, along with serious accountability from other like-minded men.

I am a member of the American Counseling Association and the Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development. I have a Masters of Art in Counseling, and I am a Certified Sex Addiction Therapy Provider. 

My name is Tiara Gibson, and I earned a Bachelors in Psychology and Clinical Counseling from Lincoln University. I am currently enrolled at Grand Canyon University for a Masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. I have experience in working with a diverse population including individuals with mental health, intellectual disabilities, homeless population, as well as domestic violence and human trafficking victims. I am passionate about helping individuals through all walks of life, especially those who have faced trauma. Initially I dreamed of becoming a Forensic Psychologist, but throughout the years my passion has led me into the field of mental health counseling. Through my experience, I noticed the need and desire for individuals to obtain counseling. In my opinion counseling is a way to express ourselves to assist in preventing or resolving issues. My goal is to allow my passion to serve as the passageway to freeing others from their difficulties. I look forward to having the opportunity to build professional relationships and advancing my knowledge in the field of counseling.