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LaTia Green

LaTia Green


10 years of experience

Hi, I’m Tia and I approach therapy with the mindset that every client has internal skills that give them the ability to reach personal goals. I am a Licensed Professional counselor (LPC,) and Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor (LCDC), and I have certifications as a Trauma-informed and Greif-informed professional (CCTP, CGP). I utilize an integrative client-centered approach, where the client takes the lead as the expert on their life and patterns of behaviors, and I help guide the client to uncover causes of core belief systems that fuel areas of concern. My role in this process is to support clients with encouragement while also maintaining accountability for positive change.

What can clients expect to take away from sessions with you?

In our first session, we will start with brief introductions and go over some policies for telehealth. Then we will dive into some specific challenges you are having and collaborate on a plan to address these issues.

Explain to clients what areas you feel are your biggest strengths.

I utilize my top 5 strengths of connectedness, empathy, relator, positivity, and harmony in every session to build rapport and a positive therapeutic relationship with my clients. I have a particular niche for building self-confidence, working through grief, and improving relationships with others (starting with yourself).

About LaTia Green

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My treatment methods


I utilize narrative therapy techniques to help clients process their past and rewrite their stories to lean into healing and future opportunities for growth.

Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)

I utilize CBT techniques to help clients challenge negative thinking habits and reframe thoughts based on their present reality and not filled with fear from anxiety or disappointment from depression.

Grief Therapy

Grief is often thought of as the loss of a loved one, but grief is also for the living. I utilize grief healing techniques for clients struggling with any type of loss including job/employment changes, lifestyle changes, and physical health changes. Grief can even be present in the loss of a relationship while the other person is still living.