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Mentorship Program Leadership

Shareka S. Eldridge, MA, LPC

Shareka S. Eldridge is a person centered; trauma-informed Licensed Professional Counselor licensed in the Commonwealth of Virginia. She is the founder and a practicing practitioner of LegaCEE Counseling and Consulting which was founded in 2019. Shareka earned her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Walden University in 2015.

Within her career, Shareka has worked in a variety of settings to include corrections, medical, academia, community and within several local and state government agencies. Shareka became a board approved clinical supervisor with the Commonwealth of Virginia to assist those seeking their LPC license. Shareka has always had a passion for assisting others since she was a little girl and looks forward to serving as NABC’s Mentorship national lead.

Nicole Hunter, MA, LPC, CCTP

Nicole Hunter is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified Clinical Trauma Practitioner, and is EMDR trained with over 10 years of experience in the mental health field. She has experience working in a variety of settings and with a diverse client population.

Additionally, Nicole is the CEO of a group counseling practice and the Clinical Director of a community mental health agency. Nicole is passionate about educating and helping others. She aspires to continue to provide support to the community she serves and pursue a doctoral degree in counselor education with an emphasis on marriage and family.

NABC Mentorship Mission

NABC's Mentoring Program mission is to connect counselors of color within the African Diaspora with support and networking opportunities to enable professional growth and achievement within the mental health profession.

NABC Mentorship Vision

Develop a network for Black Counselors to enhance and advance their professional skill set, knowledge, and experiences both individually and collectively within the field of counseling to better support the communities we serve while continuously establishing a support system.

Why Mentorship

Mentors Needed

NABC is seeking to launch the Mentorship program Spring 2024. If you have the passion to assist others and believe you can offer support in any way, we would like you to apply to be a mentor.

NABC Mentorship Program Benefits

Mentors receive 1 free year of membership with NABC after a successful year as a mentor!

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