Hi! I'm a licensed mental health counselor (LMHC) in New York, and my mission is to help people navigate life's obstacles and build resilience. To me, the woodrose flower represents the unwavering hope and determination that we're capable of in the face of adversity. That's why I've chosen it as the symbol of my practice.
The Woodrose, also known as the Hawaiian Baby Woodrose, is a stunning and sweet-scented flower that thrives even in the toughest conditions. Just like the Woodrose, I believe that each of us has the capacity to endure and grow, even in the face of life's toughest challenges. My goal is to help you harness that inner strength and resilience, so you can overcome whatever life throws your way.
If you're looking for a therapist who truly believes in your ability to overcome and thrive, I'm here to help. Let's work together to help you unlock your full potential and find the hope and resilience you need to live your best life. Contact me today to schedule a session! If you're searching for a psychotherapy practice that values your mental health, we can help! Our practice is committed to providing the support and guidance you need to lead a happy, healthy life. Plus, we're based in New York and exclusively virtual, so you can easily log onto our HIPAA-compliant video platform at your convenience.
Shilpa Shah, LMHC
Founder & Clinical Director
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