shayna hill, ma, ncc

licensed professional counselor - intern

supervised by rachel Meltzer, lpc-s

“I am passionate about intersectionality and all the awesome layers that make us who we are. I honor and affirm the identities that are important to my clients (religion, culture, nationality, race, gender, sexuality, etc.) and use it as needed in the healing process. It is imperative to me to work through that lens as a strengths-based and client-centered counselor, who takes a holistic and relational approach. We are all dealt a special hand that shapes how we experience the world and how the world sees us. But I believe that each of us inherently possess the knowledge inside ourselves to heal, grow, overcome, and develop a meaningful life, no matter the external or internal adversity. My ultimate goal as a counselor is to empower!”

Shayna (she, her, hers) is a native Texan and identifies as a biracial, cisgender woman. She loves blues music, cats/animals, singing, painting, and aromatherapy. She is passionate about social justice and working with diverse populations, especially members of marginalized groups. Shayna is a Licensed Professional Counselor - Intern in the state of Texas. She earned her Master of Arts in Professional Counseling with a special emphasis on multiculturalism from the University of Colorado in Denver. She also received a bachelor's degree from the University of Texas in Austin in 2010. Shayna had the opportunity to intern at the Gender Identity Center of Colorado where she worked in individual and group settings with teens and adults who identify as LGBTIQA. She also worked with college students at the Counseling Center at the University of Colorado Denver. Shayna has helped clients with issues such as depression, anxiety, identity development/conflict, substance use, career exploration, relationship issues, grief/loss, eating disorders, and gender dysphoria, among others.

Shayna works out of ROCC's Richardson office. To schedule an appointment directly with her, please email at