Meet The Team
E Mackenzie (Ken) Shell, Ph.D., LPC, CPCS, CAADC
Dr. Ken Shell is an Assistant Professor of Counselor Education and Clinical Mental Health Counseling Coordinator at Clark Atlanta University. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Georgia, a Certified Professional Counselor Supervisor (CPCS) in Georgia, and a Certified Advanced Alcohol & Drug Counselor (CAADC). Dr. Shell earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology and Master of Education in Community Agency Counseling from Clemson University, and his Doctoral degree in Counselor Education and Supervision from the University of Georgia.
His current clinical focus is addictions, anger management, IPV prevention, interprofessional collaboration, and race-related stress. Dr. Shell has worked in many settings, such as school-based counseling, school counseling, college counseling center, and private agency counseling. He has worked with children, adolescents, and adults. His goal is to educate, encourage, and enrich the lives of his clients, students, and the community through his commitment to advocacy, mental health, family wellness, and leadership.
MA, MCC, NCC, LPC
LeTishia holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Master of Arts in Counseling, and a Master of Arts of Christian Counseling. She is licensed by the State of New Jersey as a License Professional Counselor, Certified as a Director of School Counseling Services. She is also a National Certified Counselor by the National Board for Certified Counselors. Her extensive training and experience in counseling was received through working in a wide range of settings including hospitals, community-based mental health facilities, schools and higher education. She is a result-oriented Counselor empowering individuals to restore mental/emotional and spiritual balance through embracing the counseling process. She is an Adjunct Professor at Essex County College and Union County College teaching Psychology 101 and Human Development. She is an effective facilitator, communicator, and advocate for youth and college students in one-on-one and group settings.