Ms. Mo Anne Shyne, M.A., LCMHC, has been practicing in the mental health field for 23 to 25 years in New Hampshire as a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor (#418) specializing in adolescents, adults and the elderly. She also offers parent education/coaching to include: discipline techniques, parenting skills, behavior modification, medication/side effect management, case management, and supportive therapy, as well as Mental Health Disorders/Issues: ADHD, Mood Disorders, Anxiety disorders, PTSD, Attachment disorders and grief and loss therapy.
Ms. Shyne attended Rivier College and graduated with a Master of Arts degree in Counseling Psychology. She has received certification for emotionally and behaviorally disordered students through the Master of Education program at Rivier College. Later, she worked at Rivier College as adjunct faculty professor teaching for the Psychology department from the 2007 – 2014.
Ms. Shyne has engaged in residential work, psychiatric hospital care, case management at a community mental health center, director of a behavior management program at the Woodbury Middle School and in a group private practice setting offering mental health counseling. She has her certificate in Marital Mediation and Parent-Child Mediation. She provided respite and emergency foster care through DCYF and other foster care organizations in NH for over 20 years. She was an instructor for Granite State College since its inception in 2007 until 2020, in the FACES program which teaches modules for prospective foster and adoptive parents.
Ms. Shyne is involved with several organizations in the Salem area including, but not limited to: Southern NH Coalition, Greater Salem Leadership Program, Honduran Mission Team, and Big Brother/Big Sisters.
Ms. Shyne conducts several seminars a year on various mental health illnesses, disorders, and lifestyle and work/life balance issues, for organizations and companies.
Since May 2014, she has been working at Manchester Community College, teaching courses in their Behavioral Health Sciences department. Since December 2018, Ms. Shyne has been a consultant for USSA, helping register emotional support animals in New Hampshire. From May 20 through August 2019, she taught courses in the behavioral health sciences department at Manchester Community College.
In December 2018, Ms. Shyne became a consultant/mental health provider for USSA, helping to qualify clients in registering their pet as an emotional support animal.