Tatiana Pinkley, M.A.
Supervised by Grace Goodman, Psy.D. (PSY 28905)
Culture affects us in many ways, and I am passionate about helping children and teens discover the ways in which their culture influences their relationships with themselves, others in their life, and the world around them. As a therapist at the Institute, I facilitate several weekly groups, including High School Grit and Compassion and Grit, and I serve as a member of the assessment team.
I am a pre-licensed therapist, and I use an eclectic, multiculturally-informed approach to working with individuals, families, and groups. This can include skill-building, mindfulness, expressive arts, and many other tools to help clients and families meet their treatment goals. I aim to find tools that work best for each individual client or family.
- Multicultural Psychology
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Helping youth find tools for working effectively with anxiety and depression
- Helping youth improve their self-esteem and self-confidence
- Helping teens, young adults, and their families find tools to navigate college transitions
- LGBTQ+ Affirmative Therapy
- Psychological Assessment
Other Current Professional Activities:
- National Latinx Psychological Association Member
- Domestic Violence Resource Center (Hillsboro, OR)
- Pepperdine Community Counseling Center, Encino
- Olive View-UCLA Medical Center Neuropsychology Track
- In Progress: Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology, Pepperdine University
- Master of Arts in Psychology, Pacific University
- Bachelor of Arts in Child Development and Minor in Psychology, California State University, Northridge
Mission: My mission is to help youth and their families build healthy relationships with themselves and the world around them.
Phone: 626-585-8075 ext. 104BACK TO OUR TEAM