My name is Ty’Jalayah Robertson and I have a special interest in working with clients who have experienced/are experiencing trauma. I currently study at Azusa Pacific University with the goal of obtaining a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology: Marriage and Family Therapy. Moreover, in 2019, I became a Licensed Minister which has provided me with various opportunities to pray for and talk with individuals through their struggles and challenges (by application of God’s Word and the Holy Spirit’s leading). I have endured and overcome personal experiences with trauma from my own life stages as well; and this too, has been overcome through the Word of God and the power of Christ.
With mental health, I heavily believe that much of the therapeutic healing can come through the changing of the mind and thoughts. Clinically, this is termed Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Biblically, this principle is described as a transformation through “the renewing of the mind” (Romans 12:2). Therefore, I approach the therapeutic process with the understanding that how an individual thinks (or what they choose to believe) can largely shape their life’s outlook; and thus, affect their mental health and well being. I seek to work with individuals, couples, and groups of all stages of life to offer them an integration of clinical skills and biblical principles throughout the therapeutic process.
Supervised by Jana Plant, LMFT, License #LMFT 47929