NW Art Therapy

Art Therapists in Beaverton

Mira Shah

LPC, ATR

12525 SW 3rd St

Beaverton, OR 97005

mira.m.shah@gmail.com

miramshah.com

Practice Description:

Few things are as difficult as seeing your child struggle emotionally or behaviorally. Whether issues have come up recently or have been ligering for years, the decision of taking your loved one to a therapist is not an easy one to make. My person-centered modality allows connection and trust to build in a gentle, natural manner in a safe place.

I am trained to pick up on nonverbal symbols and metaphors that are often expressed through art and the creative process, concepts that are usually difficult to express with words. Though art therapy is my speciality, I also conduct services via Talk Therapy if a client wishes.


Practice Specialty:

-Depression/mood disorders

-Anxiety and related behavioral difficulties

-Trauma recovery

-Social skills deficits

-Adjustment to life transitions/chronic illness

-Unhealthy coping such as self-harm and occasional substance use

-Support through grief and loss

-Building self-esteem and fostering personal growth

-Adjustment to new disabillities such as hearing loss


Age Specialties: 6-35 years old

Session Format: 60-90 minute sessions, both individual and family.

Years In Practice: Since 2012

Office Hours: M-F 11-6, Saturdays 11-3

Fee: $100-120, sliding scale available. I offer a free 40 minute initial consultation to help individuals decide if I will be a suitable counselor.

Accepted Insurance Plan(s): Aetna, MHN, Providence, Optum, Regence, United Healthcare

License(s):

LPC- Licensed Professional Counselor

License Number(s):

LPC #C3985, Oregon

Education:

MA in Art Therapy and Transpersonal Counseling Psychology, Naropa University

BA in Fine Arts and Psychology, California State University, Northridge

Certification(s):

ATR- Registered Art Therapist

Language(s): English, Italian, American Sign Language, Gujarati, Spanish

Professional Association(s):

American Art Therapy Association (AATA)

Supervision: No