Tiffany Joy Hebron, MA, LMHC, LPC
I am licensed as a Mental Health Counselor by the State of New York and as a Licensed Professional Counselor by the State of New Jersey. I provide individual therapy for adults (18+), with a focus on women’s issues and phase of life transitions.
My therapeutic style is warm and open; and, my hope is that through collaboration and support, together we can determine reasonable solutions to provide you relief.
I find I tend to incorporate both psychodynamic and humanistic approaches in my work. For me this means, that it is important to connect to our inner world and our unconscious; but, also to find balance, by embracing ourselves in our conscious lives as individuals. Further, I feel that you should be viewed as a whole person, who is made up of a multitude of gifts, talents and strengths that are meaningful and important; and that should be explored beyond the context of one identified issue or problem.
As I tailor my services to meet your specific needs, activities such as meditation, journaling and bibliotherapy may be introduced, in order to help bring conscious and unconscious elements into balance in your life. There is no one type of therapy, and, I believe that your experience should be as unique as you are.
My work with adults focuses on themes such as: anxiety, depression, relationship issues, and adjustment issues connected to life or role changes (marriage, divorce, birth, infertility, loss/grief, professional development, career change, and retirement). I also have extensive experience working with clients with Borderline Personality Disorder and offer DBT and Harm Reduction therapies as needed.
I also provide separate Life Coaching and Mindfulness/Guided Meditation Sessions in my practice.
I received my Bachelor’s Degree from Bryn Mawr College, completed my Post-Baccalaureate studies in Neuroscience and Psychology from Columbia University and received my Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling from Adelphi University. I have been working in the Mental Health field since 2010, and over these years, have worked in multiple settings including: community based Day Treatment, Outpatient Substance Abuse, Inpatient Hospital and In-home Geriatric Mental Health.
I am also a clinical research assistant, who has worked on two NIMH funded projects, at Mount Sinai School of Medicine and Nassau University Medical Center. One study focused on emotion regulation techniques for those with Borderline Personality Disorder and the other attempted to purify the clinical scales used for determining Narcissism.