Experience the hope and possibility of change

With a commitment to science and a warm, compassionate style, Dr. Shokooh Miry offers cutting-edge therapy for the most challenging problems faced by individuals and families.  

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We are - not what we see in the mirror

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Consciousness is afraid of emptiness.

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  • DepressionPersonalized, nourishing treatment to enhance well-being and balance mood.
  • Anxiety DisordersThorough assessment and treatment for the entire anxiety spectrum.
  • Eating DisordersIndividualized treatment for eating problems and body image issues.

Welcome!

Dr. Miry is a Stanford-trained clinician who treats a range of psychological disorders in a supportive environment that respects your confidentiality and reflects your values.

With extensive experience in world-renowned university hospitals, Dr. Miry believes in therapy that is closely tied to scientific research and reflects state-of-the-art knowledge about improving quality of life and reducing symptoms.

Dr. Miry has office locations in San Francisco and Sacramento.

Consciousness is afraid of emptiness.

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