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  • Micah Shyu, MFT Trainee
    Micah Shyu, MFT Trainee

    Pronouns: He/Him
    Phone: 408-256-4686 ext. 208

    Meet Micah Shyu, a compassionate and driven counselor-in-training who is dedicated to supporting individuals through their personal and emotional challenges. Micah's own positive experiences with therapy during times of need have deeply influenced his desire to offer similar support to others. His approach combines understanding and empathy, ensuring that each client feels valued and understood.

    As a therapist, Micah is committed to helping his clients navigate their unique life challenges, fostering resilience and positive change. He strives to create a nurturing environment where individuals can safely express themselves and work towards genuine self-discovery and personal growth. With a background in Ministry and Leadership, Micah brings a well-rounded perspective to his counseling practice, particularly adept at addressing spiritual issues alongside mental health challenges.

    Micah specializes in working with teens and young adults, dealing with issues such as trauma, addictions, anxiety, depression, and relationship difficulties. He is currently completing his Master of Arts in Counseling at Western Seminary, expected to graduate in Fall 2024, and holds a prior Master’s degree in Ministry and Leadership from the same institution.

    In his personal life, Micah is an enthusiastic runner and reader. He also enjoys playing volleyball and spikeball and is a fan of board games, activities that reflect his belief in maintaining a balanced lifestyle. Additionally, Micah speaks conversational Mandarin, which enhances his ability to connect with a broader client base.

    Micah looks forward to each opportunity to assist clients on their journey toward healing and personal fulfillment, bringing his professional expertise and personal dedication to each session.

    Language Spoken: English, Mandarin

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