Shira Concool, MA, LPC, NCC (she/her/hers) helps clients navigate identity issues in today’s complex world with hope and confidence. Shira uses a relational-cultural, strengths-based approach and pulls in elements of cognitive-behavioral, acceptance and commitment, and emotionally-focused therapies to help individuals and couples reach their goals. She has 5+ years of career and mental health counseling experience and has worked at both college counseling centers and in community practice. In her work at the college setting, she co-facilitated a Trans Therapy Group, as well as a group on Anger Management.
Shira offers a unique perspective on how to approach life, work, and relationships with a healthy dose of humor and self-compassion. Past clients have noted that her “real” and “collaborative” style of therapy gave them the validation, support and space they needed to grow.
- Career counseling and work/life balance
- Cross-cultural issues and discrimination
- Sexual and gender diversity
- Adjustments and life transitions
- Self-esteem and assertiveness
- Relationship and family stress
- Couples counseling
Licensure and Educational Background:
- Licensed Professional Counselor in Georgia
- National Certified Counselor
- Clinical Internship at John Jay College Counseling Center; Teaching Assistant for “Multicultural Issues in Human Services”
- Master of Arts, Counseling for Mental Health & Wellness, New York University
- Bachelor of Arts, African American Studies, Yale University