Grow with St. Louis Therapy Services
Zane Shetler, MSW, LCSW: Adult and Adolescent Psychotherapy
I believe that therapy is collaborative and supportive, and that a warm and inviting therapeutic relationship is part of what helps us do the meaningful work of growing beyond old patterns and conflicts while harnessing our inner strengths and resiliency to heal and thrive.
Genuine and Meaningful Change
Take the next step in your journey of healing and growth.
Therapy for Adolescents
Adolescence is full of upheaval and change even in the best of times. In our work together the focus is on helping your child develop greater emotional regulation, communication skills, insight, and awareness for navigating the many challenges of life. Children and adolescents can benefit greatly from both brief and long-term therapy to reduce anxiety, depression, moodiness, anger, and overall stress and conflict. This practice accepts children and adolescents ages 12+.
Therapy for Undergraduate, Graduate, and Professional Students
The pressures of navigating academic and social life at various levels of higher education present unique challenges that are not always easy to manage on your own. It is not uncommon for it to be an overwhelming experience, full of transitions and changes, and for it to seem like even those who care about you the most aren't quite able to provide the support you need. Take comfort in knowing that therapy can provide relief from the rush of responsibilities and stress, giving you support and helping you navigate toward your goals.
Individual Therapy for Adults
In all of our lives there seems to be an ebb and flow to the level of difficulty and stress we encounter. Sometimes we are dealing with one concern, while at other times it can feel like the challenges are piling up. There can also be moments when things are on track in many ways, but fulfillment eludes us. Individual treatment gives you a time and space to step aside from the hectic pace of day-to-day existence, slow things down, and sort through concerns in a deliberate and meaningful way. Therapy can address mental health and emotional concerns, relationship issues, life and work challenges, or something entirely different.
Supportive, Dedicated, Experienced Therapist
I believe the cornerstone of therapy is a warm, collaborative, and meaningful connection in which we can explore and learn from our emotions and anxieties, receive needed support, and cultivate greater self-awareness and understanding of our life experiences and relationships. It is through this process that we can foster an upward spiral of healing and growth, and make changes that might have felt overwhelming or too difficult to do on our own.
While I work with a variety of clients and concerns, my practice is centered mainly around addressing anxiety, relationship concerns, life and health transitions (including maternal/postpartum health), as well as adolescent/young adult mental health. I also work with many seeking to better understand and overcome the often complicated influence of past experiences on their current lives. If you don't see a concern you have listed here, reach out and we can talk about how we could work together, or I can provide you with referrals to other trusted clinicians..
I draw primarily on psychodynamic and emotion-focused approaches to provide clinical services in a down-to-earth and nonjudgmental manner. I greatly value working with individuals diverse in identity and community. I earned my Master of Social Work from UNC Chapel Hill, and have completed clinical training through the UNC Department of Psychiatry Child and Adolescent Clinic, the AEDP Institute, and Postpartum Support International.
Why Choose St. Louis Therapy Services?
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
In-network insurance options
Held to the highest standards
Out-of-network and self-pay options available
Schedule a Session
I offer therapy in-person as well as via telehealth.
Call and leave a confidential voicemail and I will return your call as soon as possible, typically within a few business days.
This is not a crisis line. If you are experiencing an emergency or crisis, you should call 9-1-1 or go to the nearest emergency room.
For the National Suicide and Crisis lifeline call 9-8-8.
1034 S Brentwood Blvd, Suite 555
St. Louis, MO 63117
If it seems that I am not the best person to meet your wellness needs at this time, I would encourage you to learn more about my colleagues at Gateway Wellness Associates.