Dr. Kosha Shah invites parents to engage in a support group to help navigate the well-being of parents & childrens during this time of COVID-19. The group will provide a safe and supportive space for parents to express concerns, and assist in managing the unique adjustments and challenges related to the pandemic. There will be a focus on strengthening coping skills for parents & children!
Kosha Shah Psy.D., is a doctor in clinical psychology that works with youth and adults at the Renewal Counseling Center in Perry Hall, MD. She obtained her PsyD from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology and holds a Master of Science in Clinical Psychology from Loyola University. Dr. Shah’s education and work experiences included working with children in inpatient and outpatient settings, conducting therapy, assessment, and consultation-liaison services, such as at the Virginia Treatment Center for Children in Richmond, VA and Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital in Baltimore, MD. Dr. Shah also has previous experience as a school-based therapist in Baltimore. She enjoys working with youth and their families providing culturally sensitive treatments, while advocating for clients and supporting their parents. Dr. Shah is passionate about immigrants’ mental health and eradicating the stigma of mental health in minority groups. She is a dance teaching assistant at the Nrityalaya School of Indian Classical Odissi Dance and is honored to merge her two passions of mental health and dance to destigmatize and spread awareness through art. Currently, Dr. Shah serves as a leader in the initiative to end the stigma against mental health through research and outreach for the latest production, HerStory.