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No matter what is going on for you right now, talking about it in therapy can help. Sharing your experiences and issues in therapy enables you to gain insights about patterns, set goals for making positive changes, and feel supported as you deepen understanding about yourself and connections with others. Individuals seek therapy for many different reasons including depression, anxiety, family conflict, grief, trauma, self-esteem, life transitions or work issues. In a supportive atmosphere I offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each client's needs and readiness to change, using therapy models like Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy or Family Systems therapy models.

Individual Therapy


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Friendships are so important and I have found that often friends come to disagreements or have issues within their friendships, and instead of talking about it to try to resolve the issues, they are quick to let friendship go because they may not know how to resolve it. Friends may differ over ideas, opinions, personal values, competition, comparisons, life phase differences, feeling left out, being judgmental, being distant, miscommunications etc. Friends can be the best support system one can have, but like other relationships in your life friendships can also go through highs and lows. When you and your BFF or close friend experience low’s and you aren’t able to resolve the problem, don’t lose your friendship, schedule a counseling appointment to work through the issue. 


Friendship counseling will help you problem solve your issues, learn ways to communicate and resolve conflict within your friendship more effectively, together and on your own so that you both have the tools to grow and have a life-long friendship; it’s worth it! 


Good friends are hard to find!

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Couples therapy can be helpful for partners who find themselves facing a challenge in any aspect of their relationship, from communication, resolving conflict, infidelity, intimacy, finances and more. In tackling these issue Tyra has training from The Gottman Institute couples counseling method, which is a very popular and successful couples counseling therapy model. Being part of a relationship takes work and understanding. Couples can expect a non-judgmental, comforting and safe environment to discuss and resolve issues in their relationship.

Couples Therapy
Premarital Therapy


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Premarital counseling is a great way for couples to improve your relationship, learn more about each other and prepare for a long, happy life together. Using the PREPARE/ENRICH program you and your spouse will take an assessment to find out the strengths and challenges present in your relationship, and focus on expanding your relationship skills to work through difficult issues and prevent major problems from developing. Pre-marital counseling will help you:

  • Learn communication and conflict resolution skills.

  • Work through family of origin issues that may impact your relationship now or in the future.

  • Discuss issues related to parenting future children, if relevant.

  • Address financial planning and budgeting.

  • Explore how your unique personalities fit together and how they impact your relationship

  • Focus on personal and family goals.

  • And much more!

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Family therapy can help resolve relationship issues and conflict within the family. Therapy can involve children, parents, siblings, grandparents, aunts, cousins, and others who are a part of the individual’s family system. Some family therapy issues that can be addressed as a family are: blended families, parenting skills, co-parenting, non-traditional families, absent parenting, sibling rivalry, attachment and bonding and many other issues.

Family Therapy
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