Working with Young Children (8-12) and Parents
As a father himself, Tanner understands many of the struggles parents feel while trying to provide their children a safe and successful place to grow. Tanner uses his patience, kindness, humor, and knowledge to help children develop language, recognize emotions, and build tools to communicate with their parents about the challenges and successes of their life. Parents are vital in this process and Tanner works together with them to foster a safe environment where a parent-child relationship can grow.
In addition, Tanner has multiple years of training working with special needs children, including autism, developmental delays, down syndrome, and sensory processing disorders. With help from ABA and other therapy practices Tanner can help families find resources and meet their goals.
Marriage and Family Therapy
Through research-based solutions, Tanner uses Gottman based assessments, Emotionally Focused Therapy techniques, and compassion to help couples and individuals feel heard, respected, and develop skills to repair friendship, intimacy, and affection. Tanner helps couples turn towards each other and remove barriers that leave relationships stagnant with the purpose of creating a new sense of empathy and understanding of one another.
Background and Training
Tanner is a Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist. He has a Masters degree in Marriage & Family Therapy from Northcentral University. He is level 2 trained in Gottman Method Couples Therapy and a Registered Behavioral Therapist for autism.
Scheduling and Insurance
To schedule an appointment with Tanner, call (480) 254-2480 or email email@example.com
Tanner accepts Blue Cross Blue Shield and Aetna insurance. For clients without insurance he can offer a sliding fee that adjusts to what the client can afford. Evening and weekend appointments are also available.
Arizona Center for Family and Marriage Therapy is here for you.
Our mission is to provide counseling, education, and support to individuals, couples and families. To offer a safe environment for them to heal from hurt and overcome challenges in order to lead healthier, happier lives. In addition, to help clients develop the skills necessary to foster and build strong secure connections in their daily lives.
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