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What is synergy? Essentially, it is coaction. Our successful therapeutic relationship requires an active partnership, where both client and therapist are fully invested. Here, you will receive warmth, presence, and access to a variety of approaches that are tailored to you and your specific needs. If you are ready to put in the work, our time together has the ability to transform what feels chaotic and out of balance into a harmonious life.


As a team, we discover the strengths already within you and further develop these strengths while simultaneously looking at areas needing attention. Our work together will lead to new perspectives, a deeper understanding of who you are, what experiences in your past influence your life today, and how to sustain the victories of our work together for years to come.

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Access Your Inner Strength
as we journey together on your path to wellness

 

We are Synergy Therapeutic Solutions, a practice deeply rooted in the belief that balance in one’s life leads to overall well-being, wholeness, and peace.
Here, you are not alone as we journey together toward the change you seek. Our commitment to you is to embody a compassionate support and offer tools that will enable you to truly live the full life you deserve.

I am an active, engaged clinician who empowers clients to overcome their challenges and lead a life that is true to who they are. 

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TYISHA WOODROFFE, LCPC

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ANXIETY

Anxiety can be categorized as intense feelings of worry and or fear.  Anxiety symptoms can be quite intense and symptoms may even be debilitating.

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EMDR
 

EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) has been extensively researched and has been shown to be effective in treating PTSD and other distressing experiences such as depression and anxiety.  

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DEPRESSION
 

Depression is the most common issue in the US.  According to the National Institute of Mental health (2016) depression affects more than 16 million adults in the US.

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CBT

CBT or Cognitive Behavioral Therapy that focuses on how your cognitions (thoughts) effect your behavior (actions) and emotions or feelings.  CBT effectively treats depression, anxiety and a range of other problems.

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TRAUMA
 

Trauma is an emotional response to a distressing experience. It is rare for someone to go through life without encountering some form of trauma.