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Tyesha Shaddi, BA 
Clinical Intern

Tyesha Shaddi holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology and criminal justice from Temple University. She is currently a student at Capella University working towards her Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy with an expected graduation date in March of 2025.


She is currently providing therapy via telehealth.


With a background in working with families at the Georgia Department of Family and Children Services, Tyesha's experiences have fueled her commitment to making a positive impact on the lives of others and have given her a passion for helping couples, families, and individuals thrive. 


Tyesha's therapeutic approach is rooted in narrative and solution-focused brief therapy, focusing on empowering individuals and families to overcome challenges and find happiness within themselves. She believes in the importance of creating a safe and supportive environment where clients can explore their experiences, strengths, and aspirations. 


Driven by a genuine desire to see couples, families, and individuals function at their best, Tyesha’s goal is to work collaboratively with her clients to identify and build upon their existing strengths. Her empathetic and non-judgmental approach ensures that clients feel heard, understood, and validated throughout their therapeutic journey. Through her dedication to her profession and her compassionate approach, Tyesha 

Shaddi is committed to helping couples, families, and individuals flourish and find lasting fulfillment. 

Tyesha is currently interning under supervision as she completes her degree and is 

working towards LMFT licensure. 

Private Pay Accepted

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