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Tabitha Ojeda, M.S. MHC

Tabitha Ojeda , M.S. MHC is a predoctoral extern under the supervision of Emily Becker-Weidman, PhD at The Child and Family Institute (CFI). She is a third-year Counseling Psychology doctoral student at Fordham University. Tabitha currently works in two group home facilities providing therapy to a diverse youth population presenting with a wide range of needs, including anxiety, depression, complex trauma, and executive function/attention problems. She believes in establishing a strong trusting therapeutic relationship that is collaborative, warm and culturally sensitive. Tabitha utilizes integrative approaches in her therapeutic work that mainly focus on evidence-based practices. Tabitha is experienced in trauma work, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy. With this Tabitha integrates person-centered and psychodynamic modalities to tailor treatment specifically to her clients. Tabitha believes that clients are the experts in their lives and change is possible with a warm, empathetic, welcoming and goal driven therapeutic environment.

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