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Dr. Tomlin

Dr. Tomlin


11 years of experience

Hello! My name is Dr. Tomlin, and I am a licensed and nationally certified professional counselor and traumatologist. I specialize in various modalities, including strength-based coaching, existentialism, multicultural awareness, and cognitive behavioral therapy. I am passionate about helping others achieve social, emotional, and behavioral improvements and providing them with the fundamental tools to overcome life struggles so they can prosper. Life is full of obstacles and difficult circumstances, which can feel overwhelming and all-consuming. Navigating these unique, daily challenges can be isolating, leaving you second-guessing everything and spiraling with sadness, frustration, and exhaustion.

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

I will provide the tools you need to manage and overcome life's difficulties during my time with you. Not only are you learning to operate today, but you're also working towards a successful future. I believe in working with my clients to help them work through their challenges to get better and enjoy life to the fullest. Life is not just about making the most of today; it's about creating an extraordinary tomorrow to become the person you dream of being.

What treatment methods and tools do you utilize?

Therapy is as much about finding the right counselor as it is about a treatment plan. I want my clients to improve their social, emotional, and behavioral health by creating an environment rich in patience, empathy, innovation, respect, and advocacy. Nothing makes me happier than guiding others toward fostering empowerment; overcoming difficulties. If you feel I'm the right fit, please don't hesitate to reach out.

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

As a traumatologist, licensed professional counselor, and nationally certified counselor, I specialize in diverse modalities, including strength-based coaching, existentialism, trauma, multicultural awareness, and cognitive behavioral therapy.