Life as a Black girl is nothing short of magical. However, life transitions, societal pressures, and oftentimes, the desire to "have it all together" can throw us off our square. Giving too much of our "magic" or disbursing it in the wrong places can leave us emotionally burnt out and seeking answers externally when the key to change is within. In session, we work to uncover those belief systems and generational traumas that may keep you stuck in a loop. We address patterns of self-sabotage, setting boundaries, and overall coping to strengthen your sense of self and improve your relationships with others.
Let your truth and your story be your path to healing. Together, we will explore your unique path, practice being gentle with yourself, and doing so with grace!
“We have to consciously study how to be tender with each other until it becomes a habit because what was native has been stolen from us, the love of Black women for each other. But we can practice being gentle with each other by being gentle with that piece of ourselves that is hardest to hold". -Audre Lord, Sister Outsider
Tylynn specializes in racial & intergenerational trauma, and women’s issues. She is also skilled at treating the full range of clinical diagnoses. Tylynn aims to work collaboratively with clients to meet self-identified areas of growth. Modalities incorporated include: talk therapy, mindfulness, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, psychoeducation, and solution-focused therapy.
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