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Experience Change with Tanya Parker, LICSW

Are you struggling with issues related to trauma, grief, addiction, anxiety, or major life changes? Or perhaps you're struggling with communication in your relationship? There comes a time when we need some help from a certified professional to help cope with many of life’s challenges. I’m a licensed Therapist practicing via telehealth with Massachusetts, Connecticut, Vermont, and Florida residents, and I’d love to help you on your journey toward healing and self-discovery.
Since graduating with a Master of Social Work in 2010, I have provided services to clients in a variety of settings including inpatient, detox, residential, outpatient, and crisis services. I am now focusing entirely on working directly with individuals and couples.

"The wound is the place where the light enters you."


A Bit About Therapy

It's understandable that some people are hesitant to go to therapy. There is an intense stigma against mental illness in this country. Often people think that therapy is self indulgent or a sign of weakness. The first step is believing that you deserve to be mentally healthy and that you deserve to take the time to be heard by someone who can give you support, feedback, and analysis. My approach is often cognitive-behavioral which means I'm looking at thoughts patterns and behaviors patterns that are preventing you from achieving your goals or negatively impacting your mental health. That being said, sometimes we need to look to the past to understand those thought patterns and, if the client so desires, we will process past events and traumas in appropriate ways. Therapy is more than just talking. It's coming to terms with the obstacles in your life so you can find acceptance and move forward.

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Please note that I do not respond to calls or texts during non-business hours. Do not call if you are having a mental health crisis. Contact your local crisis team or go to an emergency room.

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