Let's be honest, it's time for a change.
You may be feeling overwhelmed, stressed and disconnected. Perhaps your relationship is stuck in a negative cycle and you can't find the way out. Maybe you are going through a difficult transition and could use support. At some point we all need help dealing with the changes, or lack of change in our lives. Therapy can be a wonderful place to work out how to take the next steps and find relief.
As a relational-cultural therapist, I understand the impact oppressive structures have on our mental health. I work with adult individuals and couples to help them reduce the effects of harm, and find joy and calm in their relationships and community.
Currently, I provide Teletherapy for folks throughout Georgia, with a "Walk and Talk" outdoor option in Smyrna.
Past clients have noted that my therapy style is "warm," "authentic" and "direct."
If you are curious to learn more, click "Contact" to schedule a free 15-minute consultation.
I've had the honor to walk alongside folks in their career and mental health journeys for over a decade. My professional background is in university counseling and career centers and community group practice. I am a white, Queer, Jewish, cis woman, parent, community organizer and part of a multiracial, multifaith family.
MA, Counseling for Mental Health and Wellness, New York University
BA, African American Studies, Yale University
Shira Concool (she/her/hers)
Licensed Professional Counselor