Tanya Mickler, PhD, provides treatment for adults (18+). Areas of expertise include mood difficulties, relationship issues, disordered eating and body image concerns, divorce, grief, communication and conflict resolution, stress management, trauma and personal development. She operates conceptually from an Internal Family Systems (IFS) approach and utilizes aspects of IFS, interpersonal, process, mindfulness, cognitive-behavioral, family-of-origin and Somatic Experiencing approaches. Dr. Mickler is committed to creating a safe space for all people. This includes genders, orientations, identities, abilities, religions, cultures and backgrounds.
Assistance is available at those moments when you or a loved one loses your sense of direction, feels overwhelmed, is faced with challenging concerns or transitions, or simply wants to move forward to be your personal best. My treatment work focuses on aiding people in finding their way to peacefulness, living purposefully, and being close to others. I serve to help clarify confusion, understand yourself and your world, and clear obstacles so you can reach your desired goals.
My treatment approach is eclectic, tailored to the presenting concern, though I operate conceptually from an Internal Family Systems (IFS) approach. I utilized aspects of IFS, interpersonal, process, mindfulness, cognitive-behavioral, family of origin and Somatic Experiencing approaches.
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I received my Bachelor’s degree from Vassar College, my Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Florida and worked in a variety of settings across a wide range of ages and concerns. I have been in practice for nearly 25 years and I really enjoy my work.
I am a provider for Tricare and Medicare, and an out-of-network provider for BCBS. If I am out of network for your insurance, my office will file your insurance claims (aiding you with receiving reimbursement for a portion of your costs).