I help people cope with anxiety and depression.
Shea Graham, LCSW
"I love therapy because I believe it is the perfect problem-solving option for people searching for a confidential and effective support system outside of family and friends. My approach to therapy is highly structured, evidence-based, and comprehensive."
I am a licensed psychotherapist who helps people cope with anxiety and depression. I earned my bachelor’s degree from The University of Virginia, my master’s degree from Columbia University and post-graduate certificates from Harvard Medical School and New York State Psychiatric Institute. I am a certified clinical trauma specialist and clinical social worker. I have ten years of counseling experience in diverse clinical settings including family centers, methadone clinics, drug rehabilitation centers, and universities.
In 2010, I started my career as a middle school counselor within the Ivy Preparatory School League. As a counselor, I helped individuals and families to acclimate to new, affluent environments and to manage rigorous academic workloads.
In 2011, I became the youngest program director in New York City to launch a clinical initiative for adults and children at Citicare, Inc., in Harlem.
After graduating in 2013, I worked at several drug and alcohol addiction clinics including ACI Chemical Dependency Treatment Center and Methadone Clinic of Westchester.
I continued to build my private practice part-time in New York City until April 2018, when I moved to Virginia to be with my husband.