My Approach to Helping
Are you sad, anxious, or overwhelmed? Dr. Shaye offers brief therapy to help you understand your feelings so you can quickly change your situation. Her approach to therapy promotes healthy relationships, reduces anxiety, and alleviates depression. Additionally, you gain insight into your thoughts and actions and will get to know yourself better. Resulting in self-awareness that leads to feelings of self-control of moods, actions, and day-to-day interactions.
Dr. Shaye offers tools to reduce stress, guilt, tension, muscle pain, stomach discomfort, and sleeplessness. You can build a new way of seeing the world, and see the world differently.
I embrace all types of diversity—age, culture, sexual orientation, etc. I ensure that each client knows their value and strength. Therapy is not about changing you, but about helping you be your best self.
More Info About My Practice
In addition to Dr. Shaye's therapy practice, she is an adjunct professor at Argosy University, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, and California School of Professional Psychology. She teaches Marriage and Family Therapists and other Psychologists how to be clinically competent in their relative domains. She believes teaching helps keep her on the cutting edge of new techniques, thus allowing her to give the best possible services to clients during therapy.
In-Network Provider for:
Aetna, Cigna, MHN (Mental Health Network)
United Behavioral Health
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Specific Issue(s) I'm Skilled at Helping With
Relationship issues. Dr. Shaye has conducted extensive research in this area, written about this area in several domains, and she uses an interpersonal therapy model that quickly fixes relationship issues of all kinds (family, child-parent, partner, etc.).
Evaluation for ADHD, Pre-employment evaluations, IQ testing.
How Psychotherapy Can Help
Helps people gain control of themselves and empowers them with knowledge, tools, and self-understanding in order to make changes in their lives. They end up having a better overall quality of life.
What I Love about Being a Psychotherapist
I love helping others. Client's lives are always filled with exciting possibilities and hope that they have trouble seeing, I like finding the hope and showing them the possibilities their futures can hold.