Tara Burns, M.A.
Tara provides therapy to individuals and couples across the adult lifespan.
Areas of expertise:
- Aging, illness, dependence and caregiving
- Career counseling and professional development
- Depression and anxiety
- Grief, loss, death and existential issues
- Life transitions and adjustments
- Relationship issues
“Life is challenging at times, but you don’t have to go it alone. I look forward to being your companion on your journey towards creating meaning in your life, healing and making positive change.”
Tara earned an M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Adler Graduate School and is working towards her Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor licensure. Her experience includes counseling older adults, facilitating support groups for caregivers and those grieving a loss, and working with clients with diverse cultural backgrounds and sexual orientations. She has training in Mind-Body Medicine for healing and mindfulness techniques. Tara integrates Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Dialectic Behavior Therapy, mindfulness, Humanistic Gestalt and Buddhist philosophy in her therapeutic practice. She is passionate about positive psychology, helping people navigate life’s challenges, and building resiliency.