About Charisse Tay
My first degree was a BS in Finance and I worked on Wall Street. I lived in New York City in my 20's. Before that I spent my childhood in Singapore. I have a variety of life experiences that help me connect to my clients.
I have a MA in Clinical Psychology from Columbia University. I conducted psychological research on anxiety, psychosis, and stigma.
I am currently completing my MA in Biblical Counseling at Dallas Theological Seminary. I currently provide psychotherapy at Dallas Life and Richland Oaks Counseling Center in Dallas, Texas. I am supervised by Josh Freeman, MA, LPC-S, and Jeremy Cooper, LPC.
I enjoy a collaborative approach to therapy
I work alongside my clients to help them reach their goals and improve their mental health.
I believe that therapy should be a safe, non-judgmental space where clients can share their thoughts and feelings. That's why I create a warm and empathetic environment in which my clients feel comfortable and understood.
My therapeutic style is tailored to each individual client and draws from a variety of approaches, including cognitive-behavioral therapy, existential therapy, and mindfulness-based techniques. My goal is to help my clients gain insight, develop coping skills, and build resilience.
If you're looking for a therapist who values collaboration and is dedicated to helping you achieve your goals, I would be honored to work with you. Together, we can make meaningful change happen.