top of page
Matt Scheuneman, MA, LPC-MHSP-AS
Individual, Marriage, & Family Therapy
For Telehealth & In-Person options, click here for latest information and contact

Matt Scheuneman is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), with designations as a mental health service provider (MHSP) and an approved supervisor (AS) – providing clinical supervision for clinicians pursuing LPC-MHSP licensure in the state of Tennessee. His therapeutic experience includes working with adolescents, adults, and couples from varying backgrounds. His clinical work is related to issues of personal identity, depression, anxiety, relationships, faith, marriage issues, sexual health, and sexual addiction. Matt provides individual counseling, pre-marital counseling, marriage counseling, and co-leads the men’s group, Real Connections.

Matt uses multiple theories of counseling to work with individuals and couples, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, reality therapy (choice theory), family systems, and motivational interviewing. Matt’s desire is to use counseling models that fit the needs of the individual while considering a holistic view of a person’s needs (emotionally, physically, spiritually, and mentally). Matt lives life through a Christian faith while respecting the beliefs of his clients, empowering them to connect deeper in their relationships with others.

In addition to his work as a mental health counselor, Matt serves as the Program Director for the Negev Institute, which works to empower Churches and Christian communities through training and other resources to address felt needs around social and behavioral health topics. With the Negev Institute, Matt serves as a cohost for the Church Psychology podcast.

Matt graduated from the University of Tennessee with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in 2007. After graduating, he spent time working for a community mental health agency helping children, adolescents, and families through case management. While working in the field, Matt went on to earn his Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling in 2013 graduated from Argosy University. Since finishing graduate school, Matt has been devoted to the counseling field through community mental health, private practice, and pastorally care within a local church. Matt has been involved with the Christian Association for Psychological Studies (CAPS). Matt has also had various roles within local churches as a worship pastor, groups pastor, and pastor of men’s ministry. He and his wife have been active in non-profits that fight against sex-trafficking and advocate for mental health awareness.

Matt grew up in the Knoxville area and now lives in Blount County with his wife and two
children. Matt and his family love to spend time in the mountains and exploring new cities.
He and his wife have a goal to visit every MLB baseball stadium in their lifetime. Matt loves
music, art, and a quiet coffee shop.

Matt's Services and Pricing                                 

  • New Client Therapy Appointment

  • Follow-Up Therapy Appointments                

  • Clinical Supervision (LPC/MHSP)                     

-$197 per intake (Up to 90 mins)

Reduced Rate/Scholarship Pricing Available 

-$147 per session (45 mins)

Reduced Rate/Scholarship Pricing Available 

-$120 per session

Matt is out-of-network with all insurance plans, we can help you file for your out-of-network benefits on request.

Limited Availability of Scholarship Assistance for Sessions on Request, Click Here For More Information


For new client requests with Matt, click here. For current clients, click here to book

You can call at 865-409-5001, ext. 808

Or reach out to Matt through his Psychology Today page here.

bottom of page