Tamara Finegan, BA

Tamara is currently completing her Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Capella University. Tamara received her Bachelor’s in Elementary Education teaching at both the elementary level and special education, interacting with children and adults from diverse populations.

Therapy Approach
Tamara empowers clients to make changes they want to see using a strength-based and
collaborative perspective. She meets the needs of the client by working with them to determine
an outcome that draws on their strengths and assets while enhancing their well-being. She
focuses on creating a safe and non-judgmental space to build a strong therapeutic relationship,
allowing clients to grow, heal, and thrive.

ADHD, anxiety, relationship conflicts, life changes and coping skills

Currently working with
Children, Adolescents, Adults, LBTQIA+ community

Theoretical Lens
Systemic approach using Solution-focused, Emotionally Focused, Narrative, and Bowenian

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