Shira Myrow, MA, LMFT

Shira is a mindfulness-based Marriage and Family Therapist and Meditation Teacher who is deeply committed to helping people integrate painful experiences, adversity and dysfunctional relationships into secure, resilient narratives. With a masters degree in Counseling Psychology, Shira is the founder of  Yale St. Therapy Group, a collaborative therapist collective based in Santa Monica, California. Shira is also a Curriculum Director and Meditation Teacher for Evenflow, a next-generation meditation app that integrates  mindfulness meditation with psychological insights.

As a daughter of a treatment resistant schizophrenic mother, Shira found her way to psychology with the imperative to make meaning out of her own traumatic experience as a child.  Shira’s clinical work focuses on helping couples and individuals work through co dependency, ambivalence and betrayal, as well as complex trauma in an age of anxiety and shifting cultural norms.  Shira has a special focus in working with adult children of severely mentally ill parents who suffer from schizophrenia, bipolar and borderline personality disorders.  Contact Shira →


Ashley Graber, MA, LMFT

Ashley is a highly skilled and trained Mindfulness Based Psychotherapist and Mindfulness and Meditation Educator.  Her treatments include integrating the mind, body and spirit in an atmosphere where you can feel seen, heard and safe enough to express what's going on for you. Ashley facilitates groups for adolescents and adults in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR),  Connecting Adolescents to Learning Mindfulness (CALM) . She also runs Yale Street's Women's Mindfulness Psychotherapy Process Group.

In her individual therapy work, Ashley combines traditional a psychodynamic approach with cognitive behavioral techniques and mindfulness practices. Her areas of experience include: anxiety and depression, addiction and relapse prevention, trauma related issues, codependency, grief and loss, self esteem issues, stress reduction techniques, relational and interpersonal struggles and personal growth and life evolutions. She will meet you where you are emotionally to address your specific needs. Ashley enjoys working with children, teen, adults and those recovering from addiction and those who grew up with addiction in their family. She presently runs an MBSR group at Applied Treatment and is trained in Trauma Resiliency Model (TRM). Ashley is also a Curriculum Director and Meditation Teacher for Evenflow, a next-generation meditation app that integrates  mindfulness meditation with psychological insights. Contact Ashley      


cori rosenthal, MA, LMFT

Cori is a mindfulness-based marriage and family therapist, meditation and mindful eating teacher.   She specializes in working with clients who struggle with food and their bodies, emotional eating, binge eating, compulsive overeating, betrayal trauma due to sex addiction and infidelity, love addiction, anxiety, depression, and codependence.  

Cori earned her degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Antioch University with a specialization in child studies.  She received mindful eating teacher training through UCSD. Cori takes an eclectic approach based on the unique needs of each client.   When applicable, she incorporates EMDR, Trauma Resiliency Model (TRM), Trauma Sensitive Yoga and Pia Melody’s Post Induction Therapy Model, as well as mindfulness and mindful self-compassion in her work with adults, adolescents, and groups.

Having experienced her own journey of healing her relationship with food and her body, Cori believes the foundation of that relationship is self-care, self-love, and self-compassion.  She is passionate about supporting her clients to heal and create healthy relationships with themselves and others.