ModernTherapy forMillennial Women
*Offered via Telehealth only
Licensed Professional Counselor, #80344
Therapy for women who want to feel more like themselves again
Maybe you want to unlearn people-pleasing and perfectionistic ways because they just aren’t serving you anymore
Maybe you aren’t quite sure if what happened to you was “trauma” or not, but you’d like to explore healing
Maybe you are tired of feeling so anxious and are ready to feel back to how you used to feel
Maybe you find it challenging to not criticize your every move and you are curious about exploring a more self-compassionate way of life
Whatever it may be, I’m so glad you are here.
Hi, I'm Tyndal
I am a passionate, laid-back therapist who values connection and honesty with my clients.
My approach is understanding + empowering. The cold, clinical, stuffy kind of therapy isn’t my thing. I like the compassionate, authentic, and lighthearted kind of therapy much better.
I think a lot of psychotherapy gets it all wrong. It attempts to manage + control + silence a lot of parts of us in an attempt to help us feel better. In the end, this can make us feel worse and ashamed that therapy didn’t “work”.
I approach therapy differently. I believe all parts of us are worth being heard and it is in this listening, that we begin to understand ourselves better and to feel better overall.
You don’t need to be struggling with severe mental distress to explore therapy. Therapy can be a great way to get to know yourself better and to live a more fulfilling life. After all, the relationship we have with ourselves is one of the most important ones we will ever have.
The relationship between client and therapist is a vital part of the therapeutic process. Reach out and let’s chat!
Internal Family Systems
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)
Trauma & the body, self-compassion, emotional neglect, attachment, power of vulnerability, women's issues, the impact of shame, expressive & experiential modalities, resiliency, mindfulness, meditation, intergenerational trauma, systemic oppression
Univerisity of Mary Hardin-Baylor, Master of Arts in Counseling
University of Texas, Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
Limited sliding scale spots available for therapists in training.
*I am only able to see clients in the State of Texas and I do not take insurance at this time.