Specialties: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Humanistic Counseling, parenting, child/adolescent therapy with a focus on mental health and behavioral problems, family therapy, couples counseling related to parenting, domestic violence, sexual abuse and addiction.
Tiffany Geddis received her M.A. in Psychology with an Emphasis in Counseling from Webster University, Leiden. Prior to this, she completed her B.A. in Psychology at Langston University in Oklahoma, USA.
She completed her undergraduate practicum with Oklahoma Family Counseling Center that specialized in addiction services to families of different cultural and socioeconomically backgrounds. The services included parenting courses and therapy, anger management, addiction support and education, and child behavioral case management. Her master’s internship was completed with Shadow Mountain Behavioral Health in Oklahoma in which she counseled youth (5 years to 17 years) in foster care who had severe emotional, behavioral, and mental health needs.
Tiffany has extensive history working with Oklahoma Department of Human Services Child Welfare Department in reunifying families, service referral, adoptions, and a part of the specialized investigations unit, TRU, in which she worked closely with families of different cultures to determine what was best for their families and ensures the safety of their children and with local law enforcement.