Dr. Tara Pasha
Tara Pasha, PsyD
A cum laude graduate in Psychology from Spelman College, Dr. Tara Pasha continued her education at Loyola College where she earned her M.S. in Clinical Psychology, then earned her Psy.D. from the University of Hartford, Graduate Institute of Professional Psychology. After extensive post-doctoral training, including work with high achieving adults and couples in private practice, university students, and veterans, she was awarded her Georgia Psychologists License (#PSY004543). Throughout her career, Dr. Pasha has been committed to the pursuit of educational, training, and professional experiences that provide exposure to diverse populations, treatment modalities, and clinical presentations. In a variety of inpatient, outpatient, and medical settings, Dr. Pasha has engaged in clinical assessment, individual, couples, and group therapy. Dr. Pasha has also served as a research clinician for clinical drug trials studying PTSD medications and was the first author of a chapter published in Innovations in Clinical Practice: A 21 st Century Sourcebook (2010).
Dr. Pasha has worked with clients presenting various life challenges ranging from adjustment and relationship issues to trauma and more severe forms of mental illness. She has trained in a variety of interventions, with a primary focus on interpersonal, problem-solving, cognitive-behavioral and supportive approaches. Additionally, as an African American psychologist, she works to support increasing the utilization of mental health services by members of the Black community. It is Dr. Pasha’s belief that the clinical approach should be tailored to the unique needs of each client. Her career supports and is testimony to this belief and her intense desire to provide the highest quality of care that empowers clients to become their best selves and lead their best lives.
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Attention to mental health is essential to overall good health and well-being. As your therapist, my ultimate goal is to help you achieve the quality of life that is most healthy for YOU. To accomplish this goal, I strive to create an environment that is safe, comfortable, and supportive and provides the space for us to work collaboratively on the positive changes you desire.