Tamica Ross (she/her)
Tamica Ross, a social work student at the University of Utah, brings her expertise to Chapters and Seasons as a therapy intern. Her areas of focus encompass a wide range of topics including depression, anxiety, grief and loss, life transitions, navigating fertility treatment, peripartum and post-partum challenges, parenting, faith transitions, trauma-informed yoga, and empowering women to embrace their authentic selves. Through personal experience, Tamica intimately understands the challenges associated with fertility treatment, infant loss, postpartum depression, and maintaining a strong and connected partnership while navigating the journey of building a family.
With more than a decade of hands-on experience in the social services field, Tamica has cultivated a wealth of knowledge working in diverse settings and with a wide range of populations. Her extensive background includes serving as a paraprofessional in schools, supporting children on the autism spectrum, counseling at a youth residential treatment center, coordinating and providing care as a psychiatric technician at an in-patient psychiatric hospital, and serving as a case manager for immigrant and refugee families at a non-profit organization. Tamica’s background equips her with a comprehensive understanding of the challenges faced by individuals and communities, and she is committed to applying her skills and experience to make a lasting impact in the lives she serves.
Tamica is presently undergoing comprehensive training in several therapeutic approaches including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Internal Family Systems, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Perinatal Mood Disorders, and EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing). By integrating these varied therapeutic modalities, Tamica is equipped to support meaningful healing journeys for individuals and families under her care. Furthermore, Tamica firmly believes in the transformative potential of the mind-body connection and has been practicing yoga since 2005 as a means of fostering self-connection and overall well-being. As a 200-hour registered yoga teacher, she eagerly anticipates integrating her passion for mental health and yoga as a group facilitator, providing a holistic approach to healing and personal growth.
Outside of her professional pursuits, Tamica values quality outdoor time spent with her family and friends. Her favorite adventure buddies are her husband Steve and spirited two-year-old son Kai. In the summertime, the trio is often creating cherished memories while camping, hiking, paddle boarding, discovering new splash pads and parks, embarking on road trips, and exploring destinations abroad.
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