Shira works with children, families, adolescents, and adults, including those on the autism spectrum and adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities. She has an extensive background in child development, with additional training and expertise in working with young children and families. Shira utilizes a strength-based and psychodynamic approach to therapy, emphasizing the importance of developing a therapeutic alliance and working collaboratively to determine the best ways to support clients in treatment. Shira’s areas of expertise include depression, anxiety, trauma, ADHD, adjustment problems, school-related difficulties, life transitions, and divorcing families. Shira utilizes creative interventions to connect with her clients, help them recognize personal strengths, instill a sense of hope, and working toward a brighter future.