Yasha Shine is graduate doctoral student in Clinical Psychology (Psy.D) at Fuller Theological Seminary where she also received her Master’s degree. Her clinical rotations have included Alhambra Unified School District and Las Encinas Hospital where she provided psychotherapy across age ranges, both individually and through groups and served high risk populations in need of crisis intervention and immediate care. In addition, she has experience administering neuropsychological and personality assessments to adolescents and adults diagnosed with neurological conditions, namely brain injury and dementias. Her doctoral research has focused on developing a group therapy resource guide for first time offenders upon entering the prison system.
Yasha works primarily from a cognitive-behavioral approach. She is experienced and passionate about supporting those coping with anxiety, grief and loss, trauma, and acute and severe concerns that prevent living a holistic and healthy life.
Yasha is a Registered Psychological Assistant, supervised by Dr. Martin Hsia. She practices in the Glendale office.