Parin (Pari) Shah is a multi-lingual, culturally informed clinician who uses an eclectic approach when working with her client(s). Pari earned her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology in 2014 at DePaul University in Chicago, IL and Master of Social Worker with a clinical concentration from Loyola University Chicago in 2018.
TRAUMA, DISSOCIATION, & DISSOCIATIVE IDENTITY DISORDERS
Pari utilizes her specialized training in trauma and dissociation to assist adults in managing and coping with thier symptoms through a collabrative process from a holistic lens. Pari recognizes the importance of regulating the nervous system when working with individuals suffering from trauma to ensure they receive holistic care to treat their mind, body, spirit, and soul.
Pari also has specialized training in domestic violence to aid mothers and thier children seek necessary state and/or government support. Pari works with mothers to implement strategies for health and safety concerns through psycho-education in addition to providing clinical support.
Pari uses an ecelectic, holistic, and culturally-informed while taking a client centered approach. This includes using a Bronenbrenner’s Ecological Perspective through a culturally competent lens on how various facets of one’s life interacts with another to provide the best level of care. This is done through exploring layers of trauma in the systems we are apart of such as race, gender, socioeconomic, medical, or sexual to name a few.
Pari uses Gestalt Therapy, Psychodynamic, Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Mindfulness Based Therapy, Art Therapy, Music Therapy, Dance/Movement Therapy, Somatic Healing Techniques, Eastern Philosophies, Trauma-informed, and Neuroscience-informed care to empower her clients.