Tasha first discovered her passion for working with children and their families when she volunteered at the Therapeutic Recreation Center, working with children with disabilities on social and communication skills. She then went to the University of Oregon, where she was a research assistant at the Family Behavioral Health Lab. At this lab, she studied how stress affects families with a history of child abuse and how parenting programs, such as PCIT, and other community services, support children and their parents. After graduating from the University of Oregon, Tasha went on to become a Registered Behavior Technician where she taught children and adolescents with Autism, age-appropriate social, communication, and motor skills. While Tasha was getting her Masters in Clinical Psychology, she worked at Counseling Partners of Los Angeles, where she provided individual and family counseling in a school setting to Pre-K to 8th– grade students and their families.
Education/Training: Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Minor in Special Education from the University of Oregon. Masters in Clinical Psychology with an Emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy.
Areas of Interest: Tasha has a passion for supporting children and adolescent’s journeys in finding self-confidence and reconnecting them to their families.
Personal Life: In Tasha’s free time, she likes to go to the movies, and spend time outside with her friends and family.