Shatira Jacobs is a seasoned therapist in Community Counseling and has a strong background in working in the justice system as it relates to children and families within the dependency system. Hailing from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Shatira earned her Bachelor of Science degree in the field of Psychology from Bethune-Cookman University, formally known as Bethune-Cookman College, in 2005 where she graduated cum-lade. During her matriculation at Bethune-Cookman, Shatira also served as President of the prestigious Psy-Chi, the National Psychology Honors Society.
Shatira went on to further her education at Webster University where she obtained her Master’s degree in Community Counseling in 2009. Shatira is well versed in working with minority populations (i.e. African Americans, women, LGBTQ, HBCU students, etc.) through her experience in serving as the Assistant Director of Counseling at Bethune-Cookman. Shatira’s theoretical approach is multifaceted as she integrates Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Solution Focused Therapies all while maintaining her primary focus of the “here and now”.Shatira Jacobs, L.M.H.
Assistant Director of Counseling Services
In case of emergency call:
(386) 481- 2900 or 911
B-CU Crisis Hotline
National Crisis Hotline
National Suicide Hotline
LGBTQ National Hotline
Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday
8:30am - 5:00pm
Location: Student Health and Counseling Services
Walk-ins are welcome or you may call to schedule an appointment.