Shawn C. King, LMHC, M.Ed.

Shawn believes that we all exhibit the belief that life can be challenging, and navigating its twists and turns can often leave us feeling adrift in chaos and uncertainty. However, he firmly believes that within this turbulence lies a wellspring of inspiration and resilience unique to our own personal experiences.

By reshaping and sharing our narratives, we can find our true path and tap into our untapped potential. Shawn’s desire is to work together to cultivate resilience and strength, uncovering the best version of you.

Dr. Candyce Burke Auguste, PsyD

Dr. Burke Auguste is a licensed Clinical Psychologist in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. She has experience treating anxiety, depression, adjustment concerns and racism-based trauma. Additionally, she has helped many people navigate identity development and interpersonal relationship concerns. Candyce has a therapeutic style that is warm, empowering and collaborative. She views it as an honor to walk alongside individuals and bear witness to their experiences. It is a priority of hers to cultivate a supportive, safe and liberated space for people of all backgrounds to be their authentic self.

As an integrative clinician, Candyce’s work is influenced by a relational, humanistic, and social justice lens guided by the specific needs and preferences of each individual. Candyce frequently utilizes motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, self-compassion and mindfulness skills to foster meaningful change. In addition to making room to explore challenges, she believes that it is essential to focus on an individual’s strengths and both internal and external resources to make room for healing.

Candyce enjoys spending quality time with friends and family, creating arts and crafts and cuddling with her dog. She is very proud of the prayer and meditation space she has created in her home and tries to spend time there regularly. She is a self-proclaimed “foodie” and enjoys cooking. She also enjoys listening to jazz, R&B, and gospel music and loves podcasts that speak to her identities and culture.

Danielle Wegrzyn

Danielle is an LICSW with decades of experience working with a variety of ages and demographics in the social work field. Danielle’s main areas of focus include maternal mental health, young adults, life transitions, and the complimentary integration of faith and mental health.

Danielle is a compassionate, non-judgmental, and motivated therapist who aims to help clients find peace, increase their health and wellness, utilize tools to decrease anxiety, and find a safe place for support.

Using a lighthearted and humorous approach, Danielle tailors all therapy to the client’s needs and desires. She has been trained in multiple therapy models and uses a variety of clinical approaches to work alongside her clients to achieve their goals.

Danielle deeply enjoys her work and is committed to helping her clients find wholeness and strength in their lives.