Tasha completed her Master’s Degree in Human Services at Chestnut Hill College. She has worked in a variety of settings including specialized residential treatment facilities, structured outpatient programs, family based programs, and private practice. Tasha has a broad range of clinical experience working with families, groups, and individuals across the life span, which has directed her to develop a specialty in the following areas:
- Family and Relationship Issues (particularly families undergoing or recovering from divorce)
- Self-image and Self-Esteem Issues
- Behavioral Challenges
- Self-Harm Behavior
- Trauma and Abuse
- Parents, Children, or Individuals suffering from Anxiety, Depression, Impulsivity, Anger, or Stress
- Parenting Issues
- Children/Adults with Special Mental Health Needs
- Suicide Assessment and Risk Reduction
Tasha uses a blend of Cognitive Behavioral, Motivational Interviewing, Solution-Focused, Systemic, and Psycho-educational Therapy to individuals age eight and up. Her approach emphasizes the mutual development of goals for therapy and ongoing evaluation of the therapeutic process. Tasha is contracted to offer individual, family, and group therapy.
Tasha is particularly passionate about wanting to help families and individuals illuminate their family legacy and how it impacts them. Tasha also excels at attending to the impact of loss and trauma, and focuses on trauma recovery for better emotional, physical, and relationship health. Her theory is that when people have hope and can learn to challenge and replace irrational thoughts, beliefs, and attitudes, people are free to experience change.