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Aim Higher Supportive Services Staff


Our staff is dedicated to providing the best care possible. We pride ourselves on our personal relationships and specifically tailor our programs to meet and exceed each youth's or individuals' definitive needs. Each associate of Aim Higher personnel is dedicated to the growth, progression, and evolution of our members.

Shahneese Wright-Hall, LPC

Shahneese Wright-Hall, LPC and COO of Aim Higher Supportive Services, Inc.


    Shahneese Wright-Hall, is a licensed professional counselor, a licensed teacher and school counselor in the Commonwealth of Virginia. She has worked in the behavioral health field directly and indirectly for15 years.  She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Biology form Hampton University, teacher certification credits from Virginia Commonwealth University,  and her Master’s degree in Counseling from VirginiaState University.  In 2002, she was inducted into Phi Lambda Theta National Honor Society.  


    Her 15 year career includes working with children, adolescents, adults, and families.   Shahneese has held several leadership positions and  provided direct services to clients with mental health disorders, substanceabuse  disorders,  and/or  intellectual  disabilities.   She  has  also  provided  various  behavioral  healthtreatment  in  various  setting  from  schools,  local  CSB’s,  hospitals,  and  private  provider  agencies.Shahneese   has her own business, Therapeutic Seeds, L.L.C. A company that provides various services (i.e.  consulting,  outpatient therapy,  conducting assessments (including for the Department of HealthProfessions), and clinical supervision. Shahneese’s passion is assisting others (businesses and individuals) in realizing their potential.


    Shahneese has been married to her beloved husband Lawrence for 14 yearsand they have two beautiful daughters. Shahneese prides herself in maintaining a balance betweenfamily  and work.   She is  a  member of  Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority,  Incorporated and serves  as the Chairperson for the  Hanover Local Human Rights Committee.  She credits her parents Mr. and Mrs. R.Bernard Wright Sr. for being the driven lady she is today with unquestionable character.  Shahneese’s lives by this quote, “My goal in life is not to be perfect but spiritual so that my impact metastasis and isnot limited.” 


Nita Davison, M.S., QMHP-A, QMHP-C
Nita Davison, M.S., QMHP-A, QMHP-C and CAO of Aim Higher Supportive Services, Inc.


    Ms. Davison graduated from Virginia State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. Ms. Davison also graduated from University of Phoenix with a Master’s in Psychology. Ms. Davison has over 10 years of experience in the mental health field. Over the years she has worked in various human service positions to help improve the quality of care for the clients she served.She has worked in programs such as Mental Health Support, Intensive In-Home, Day Treatment, Group Homes and Crisis Stabilization.


 She loves working with clients and their families by helping them accomplish their goals so they can reach their full potential and become productive citizens in their communities.

Rodney Anderson, B.A. QMHP-A, QMHP-C
Rodney Anderson, B.A., QMHP-A, QMHP-C for Aim Higher Supportive Services, Inc.
    Mr. Anderson has been a professional worker with his Associate’s Degree in Psychology and Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology. He has over 10 years of progressively responsible social work experience. Experience includes; QMHP-A, QMHP-C, PCM, CPR, and First Aid training in the state of Tennessee and Medical certification in Tennessee, California and Virginia. Strengths include high-energy work ethic, challenge of continuous improvement, team building, and excellent communication skills.


 Rodney Anderson demonstrates his ability to effectively communicate and collaborate with a wide variety of professionals within the agency and community. He has a dominate presence and provides services in a competent manner to other agencies. Mr. Anderson’s Sociology major enhances his position with AHSS, and is responsible for supporting, teaching, and motivating people of all ages with or without physical or mental disabilities.  Rodney feels he is obligated to support individuals and help develop social skills, use community resources, and form a social support network headed for success.

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