Help with Endings and Transitions
NEW! Video Therapy Option Available!*
I specialize in providing a supportive, non-judgmental, healing space for adults searching for meaning while struggling with:
- work/life balance
- transitions such as career change, aging, empty nest, parenting, coming out as LGBTQ, or relocation
- understanding and accepting LGBTQ loved ones
- stress and burnout
- death of a loved one
- divorce or end of relationships
Many of my clients are “helpers” or “changemakers” – people who struggle with vicarious trauma or marginalization due to their work or values:
- first responders
- medical providers
- mental health providers
- social workers
- social justice and human rights leaders
- nonprofit workers
I use a dynamic, integrative approach to therapy and incorporate your beliefs, identities, strengths, and cultures into the treatment so that I can meet you where you are right now. I have experience with multiple theories of mental wellness and health:
- cognitive behavioral (CBT)
- Dialectical Behavior (DBT)
I can help you gain insight, develop new skills, and challenge you to re-imagine a life that you want. I focus on helping clients create a holistic, balanced life by also addressing issues such as spirituality, values, creativity, and sexuality.
I have experience working with adults of all ages who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, polyamorous, African-American or Black, White, Hmong, East African, multi-racial, Native American, Muslim, Christian, and Buddhist, and Pagan.
As a licensed professional clinical counselor (LPCC), I also have experience providing mental health services for adults who are struggling with chemical and/or alcohol addiction, chronic depression and anxiety, post traumatic stress, and recovery from abuse and trauma.
My professional background includes being a volunteer phone counselor at a LGBT organization, an ARMHS worker, a therapist at an alcohol and chemical dependency treatment center, a volunteer in a domestic violence shelter, and a community crisis stabilization therapist. I am also a board approved supervisor for those seeking licensure as a LPCC in the state of Minnesota.
Learn more about the approach to healing at MidWay Counseling. Or call (612) 656-9394 to schedule an appointment.
*Video therapy not appropriate for all individuals. Video therapy is not covered by insurance. Call Tammy at (612) 656-9394 to learn more.