Jasmine Tyson
Specializations: Teens, Adults, Cultural Concerns, Trauma, Testing

Jasmine is originally from Atlanta, GA. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Berry College and continued on to Auburn University where she obtained her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and completed her Ph.D in Counseling Psychology.

Her clinical interests include:

Individuals: Anxiety, depression, racial, ethnic, and sexual orientation identity development concerns, trauma, cultural conflict, life transitions, coping skills, stress management

Teens: Behavioral concerns, identity development, peer conflict, self-harm

College Students: Home sickness, social anxiety, international student concerns

Testing: IQ testing, achievement testing, and personality testing

Jasmine enjoys collaborating with clients and strives for a non-judgmental therapeutic environment that aims to heal through growth-fostering connections, via a relational-cultural approach to therapy.

She has completed her APA accredited doctoral internship at Florida Atlantic University Counseling and Psychological Services counseling center. In addition to her doctoral internship, her clinical experience has included work at an adolescent residential facility, an adult behavioral health outpatient center, work in the school systems, and two psychiatric hospital settings.

In her spare time, she enjoys reading, playing volleyball, and spending time with her family.

Supervisor: Wendy Dickinson, Ph.D.