Angela Shaw, LMSW
New York Psychotherapist

Adjustments/Life Transitions, Dating, Depression, Impulse Control Issues, LGBTQ+ Issues, Student Challenges, Work/Life Balance
About This Project


While you are uniquely special, your struggles are more common than you think. We all have challenges, and often in very universal ways. It’s all part of the human experience. Psychotherapy is a great way to help guide you through life’s trials and tribulations. I believe in the power of processing feelings and experiences as a way of helping us make sense of them. It can be profoundly healing to have a safe space in which to be affirmed and productively challenged. Together we can explore issues related to ambivalence, shame, resilience, boundaries, connection, confidence, and self-development in order to help you fully show up in your life.


I have worked with individuals experiencing depression, unhealthy relationship dynamics, life transitions, substance abuse, and trauma, as well as with the LGBTQ+ community. I base my practice around the use of empathy and empowerment. I also utilize a variety of evidence-based methods such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Person- Centered Therapy. My style is warm and down-to-earth, while also naming things in order to illuminate insight and draw meaning. The key will be for me to support you in your own self-determination. Wherever you are today on your life’s path, I want to help promote positive change and growth. Let’s take this journey together and explore the things that define what it means to be human.


As for me, I love spending time at the beach in the summer, watching true crime documentaries, exercising, and playing with my adorable chihuahua/dachshund rescue. Cleaning is meditative for me. I have an eclectic taste in music from Janet Jackson to Yacht Rock!


New York, LMSW



Stony Brook School of Social Welfare. 



Motivational Interviewing


Treatment Techniques for Personality Disorders

Grief Counseling