Tanya’s alter ego of Wonder Woman artfully personifies her seemingly limitless energy and compassion for suffering. She is fiercely protective and loyal, and deeply committed to you, her client. Her ability to infuse challenging therapeutic work with levity bespeaks Tanya’s perspective on life — that it is filled with both hardship and joy, and it is our job to embrace both, while moving resolutely forward.
With many years in leadership as well as clinical practice, as a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional holding certification in Nutrition and Mental Health, Tanya brings a wealth of experience and a wide ranging skill set to her work. She loves seeing teens, who are instantly at ease in her presence. She also enjoys working with children, adult individuals, women in transition, college students, and couples, as well as parents needing support and guidance. With her extensive knowledge of AODA issues, she is a tremendous resource for those with these as co-occuring issues.
While not in fact a super hero, with Tanya on your team, you will feel the all the benefits of a powerful force for healing and growth.
ALL Westside therapists welcome and affirm members of the LGBTQI community, as well as any other groups who struggle for support, acceptance, and recognition.
Trauma, Anxiety, Depression, Parenting Concerns
Kids, Teens, College Students, Adults
Westside West Towne 414 D’Onofrio Dr., Suite 330
St Mary’s University - BA
University of Wisconsin - Whitewater, MS