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Anthony Tamborello, PhD

Therapist, Psychology Fellow 

Seeking out therapy is often an intimidating undertaking. Whether you are new to therapy or coming back after a break, sharing your history with a new person can be emotionally difficult. It is common for people to be uncomfortable talking about challenges in their lives, and even having experience with therapy previously, hesitant to invite new people to help them with these difficulties. I want to commend you for making it this far and caring enough about your well-being to seek out some assistance. The more people we can enlist to be with us, and the better we get at enlisting people the easier these challenges become.


If I work with you, I hope to do two things. First, I want to provide a safe, non-judgmental space for you. Harsh criticism or judgment is rarely beneficial, especially in our world where there is no shortage of people telling you what you are doing wrong. Second, to make sure the space is safe and understanding, I want to get to know you as well as possible. This means understanding what brings you into therapy now and getting to know how relationships, traumas, or experiences within society might influence your mental health. Understanding these things is only the beginning. The work in therapy is done when we can meet on a regular basis and understand how these previous experiences might be driving some of your daily difficulties. 


I am originally from Houston, but I earned my PhD from the University of Detroit Mercy in Detroit, Michigan. I and my doctoral internship at the Indian Health Care Resource Center in Tulsa, OK.  I have experience working with teens and adults of all ages with general anxiety, social anxiety, school and work difficulties, and depression. I am happy to work with people from all economic, racial, sexual, and gender backgrounds, and I always try to keep in mind that people with similar backgrounds can have vastly different experiences. 


I offer a free fifteen-minute consultation to collaboratively assess if we are a good fit. 

Rates: $200 for 50 minute session

The above rate is the full fee this therapist charges for a standard 50 minute session. However, we do not want cost to be prohibitive of people getting the help they need. All of our therapists provide a portion of their services for a reduced fee to help those who can benefit from psychotherapy but might not be able to afford their full fee. 

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