Warm. Empathetic. Positive.
Registered Social Worker #2402
Special Interests: Anxiety (social, generalized, obsessive compulsive disorder, phobias and panic attacks), Depression/Mood Disorders, Suicidal Ideation, Self-harm, Eating Disorders, Relationship concerns, Gender Identity & Sexual Orientation, Trauma Recovery, Co-parenting and Divorce, including high conflict divorce, Behavioural Challenges, and Parenting Challenges.
Tammy has worked with children, adolescents, and adults with a variety of concerns and has specialized experience and expertise in the treatment of clinical mental health disorders. She has experience providing therapy, working with youth and families in crisis, as well as working with families going through separation and divorce. She is passionate about being present for others when they feel vulnerable as well as empowering them to further develop their capacity for self-compassion and resilience.
As a therapist, Tammy’s style is down-to-earth, collaborative, and non-judgemental. She strives to individually tailor her approach to meet the needs of the person sitting across from her. By walking through the therapeutic process together, she hopes to support her clients in understanding and working towards their unique goals
Tammy has been working, and living in the Regina area for the past 20 + years. She grew up on a farm near Weyburn and spent her childhood there. In her down time you can find her obsessing over her family, cuddled up with a good book and one of her pets, being outside walking, bike riding or golfing, or enjoying a movie with her hubby.
Therapies Practiced: Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Motivational Interviewing, Solution-Focused, Strength Based Therapy, Mindfulness, Trauma Informed.
Ages: Children and youth age 10 and up, and adults
Education: Bachelor of Social Work, Bachelor of Human Justice, Bachelor of Arts (Sociology)