Tiara is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with about 5 years of clinical experience. She received her master's degrees in Human Ecology Family Studies from the Ohio State University and Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Walden University. This provided her the education and a solid foundation of child and family studies to understand the needs of individuals throughout the lifespan. She has worked in private practice, community mental health agencies, as well as within school systems as a mental health professional.
Tiara's personal mission is to provide hope, help, and healing to individuals in need, including adults, children and teens, and families. She absolutely loves to work with women and children, and clients who want faith-based counseling. In addition, she has plenty of experience working with parents, those who have interpersonal issues, those who need self-esteem building, those who have concerns regarding race relations, or those who want help increasing their hope and finding purpose and meaning in life. She is excited to help her clients overcome challenges in their social, mental, educational, professional, financial, spiritual, and emotional lives. Her goal is to provide them with nonjudgemental, supportive, compassionate, and effective care to help them remove the barriers in their life.
Tiara's therapy style includes the mindset that if you can change your mind, you can change your mood, and your feelings follow your focus; meaning what we think about affects how we feel and what we do. She is hoping to help you gain new perspectives which will help you improve both emotions and behaviors. She also incorporates strengths-based counseling which helps you identify the positive qualities and values that have helped you overcome challenges in the past, which can still help you today and in the future.
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