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Shannon Ashley Nordt

MS, CMHC Clinical Mental Health Counselor
Owner and CEO




2040 Linglestown Rd Suite 107

Harrisburg, PA 17110, USA

My Story

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Since the birth of her first child in 2008, mental health care and awareness have played a significant role in Shannon's life. Having personally experienced post-partum depression, mental health issues became her immediate and ongoing concern. She took it upon herself to become well-informed. She quickly evolved into an advocate for mental health, striving to increase her understanding and aiding others in discussing their daily battles with mental illnesses.

While already employed in the social work and human services sector as a case manager in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and as a public speaker and blog writer for post-partum depression topics, Shannon recognized her desire to do more. This led her to pursue a master's degree in counseling. At Not Easily Broken Counseling Services, Shannon's focus will be on assisting individuals, couples, and families dealing with depression, anxiety, stress disorders, as well as grief and loss, substance abuse, anger management, attention deficit disorder, bipolar disorder, and various other mental health concerns.




To help erase the myths and normalize the use of therapy in everyday life.  To assist people in resuming activities of daily living while educating clients on emotional intelligence and awareness of psycho-education. At the same time, helping them realize that they are not broken or defined by their mental health issues and that they can still function normally in their personal and professional lives.

The vision of Not Easily Broken is to help all people who are dealing with issues involving their mental health. To normalize the use of therapy as a primary tool to strengthen their psychological education. To enforce that therapy is a way to equip an individual with the instruments necessary to deal with their day-to-day issues and put them on a path to having a better, healthier quality of life.

Anxiety, Including Panic Attacks with Agoraphobia, Social Anxiety, Depression, ADHD, Bipolar Disorder, Dementia with Behavioral Disturbance, Postpartum depression.

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