Monica Shah, PsyD
Monica Shah, PsyD (Manhattan Office) is a post-doctoral fellow at the Center for Anxiety. She received her doctoral degree in school psychology from St. John’s University, during which she completed a dual clinical internship at CBT/DBT Associates and Academics West, providing therapeutic services across the age range. Monica completed her pre-doctoral externship and is an Associate Fellow at the Albert Ellis Institute, where she specialized in rational-emotive and cognitive behavior therapy (RE-CBT). Before beginning her doctoral training, Monica worked as a Certified School Psychologist in British Columbia, Canada. She has treated both youth and adults with anxiety, depression, binge eating disorder, emotional dysregulation, obsessive-compulsive difficulties, ADHD, and related concerns. She has also provided parent, family, and group services to maximize patients’ benefit from treatment. Monica’s research focus includes the use of mindfulness strategies with special populations, and as a clinician she has a warm and empathic style. She applies an evidence-based, collaborative, and compassionate approach to help her patients build the lives that they want to lead.