ModernTherapy for Women
*Offered to Texas residents via telehealth
All parts of you are welcome here.
My clients are kind, driven women who are looking for deeper, more meaningful change. They are emotionally aware and curious about diving deeper into therapeutic work.
Many of them have been in therapy before, but they either didn’t love the therapist’s approach or feel like they are ready for a new chapter.
They have a lot of mental health knowledge and are craving deeper work to address attachment patterns and childhood experiences. They feel ready to explore creating a deeper relationship with themselves.
Many of my clients are helpers themselves.
They seek me out because they are looking for a therapist who they can feel comfortable with, but who also knows her stuff.
When we start working together, clients are often surprised by how quickly things seem to click for them and how quickly they start to feel compassion for parts of themselves they haven’t understood and maybe even hated for a long time… parts of themselves that even past therapy made them feel ashamed of.
My approach is different.
Let’s work together.
I work with a limited amount of clients 1-on-1.
I draw from multiple evidenced-based frameworks but I have a true love for the Internal Family Systems (IFS) model. It is a highly sought after model, for good reason.
IFS is used all around the world by health practitioners, psychotherapists, and in the corporate world. It is a client-centered model that fosters self compassion and helps clients heal past wounds.
I believe therapy often tries to manage and control the very symptoms that deserve exploration. In the end, this can make us feel worse and ashamed that therapy didn’t “work”.
My approach and the IFS framework go about therapy differently. I believe all parts of us are worth being heard.
It’s not about fighting and taming our inner critic or anxiety, but about getting to know their story and helping them find a way to help us, not hurt us.
Therapy can be a great way to cultivate a relationship with ourselves. After all, the relationship we have with ourselves is one of the most important ones we will ever have.
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Internal Family Systems, Level 2 trained
Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga
Sensorimotor Psychotherapy (36+ hrs)
EMDR (Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing)
Certified Trauma Professional Certification Course (in progress)
Complex Trauma Certification Training Level 1 + 2 (in progress)
University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling
University of Texas at Austin, Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
Licensed Professional Counselor, #80344
Tyndal Schreiner is a Licensed Professional Counselor, consultant, and advocate who specializes in working with women navigating Anxiety, Trauma, Self-criticism, and Shame. She graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with Honors and holds a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor where she received the Professional Recognition Award, Outstanding Student Award, and the Graduate School Dean’s Award. She has worked in private practice, community mental health, in-home care, academic research, and has a passion for implementing trauma-informed care in all that she does. She has advanced training in multiple modalities including Internal Family Systems, EMDR, Trauma Sensitive Yoga, and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy. Tyndal’s mission is to help women find compassion for themselves, make sense of their experiences, and feel empowered to bring their true selves and gifts to the world. She lives in the Texas Hill Country with her husband and two dogs.