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  • I believe change is possible.

  • I believe in utilizing your strengths rather than focusing on pathology or diagnosing.

  • I believe in telling it like it is.

  • I believe you are worth investing in!

A more clinical answer: I favor client-centered therapy, mindfulness, EMDR, psychodynamic theories, and attachment style counseling. And while some understandably long for a quick fix to feeling better, I find the most satisfying and long-lasting change happens when you’re willing to dig in deep and get to the root of the problem by exploring patterns that often began in childhood.

Tina is a therapist in Private Practice and a Member of the Wellness  Collective. Learn more about Tina at 

Tina Vora, MA, PLPC: TeamMember
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