Main number: (480) 500-8869
Tara Dorman is a Licensed Associate Counselor. She is trained in the trauma-informed therapeutic approach, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). Additionally, Tara is certified as a Grief Educator, through David Kessler, and a Certified First Responder Associate. She enjoys expanding her knowledge base and is currently training towards certification in the famous Gottman Method for working with couples. Tara earned her Master of Science in Christian Counseling and her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Grand Canyon University. She is a member of the National Honor Society, International Honor Society in Psychology, and the National Society of Leadership and Success. Tara is currently working on her doctorate.
Tara is experienced in conducting marital intensives for couples who feel they need concentrated time to reset the course their marriage is headed.
Tara was born and raised in Arizona, worked in the public school system for over twenty years, and enjoys hiking, traveling, the beach, and spending time with family and friends. She is married, has four grown children, and a love for all animals. Tara became a Christian at the age of twelve and always felt called to become a counselor. She is passionate about helping others and believes true healing comes from working on root causes along with biblical integration.
She is working under the direct supervision of Claudia (Chloe) Cooper, LISAC, LPC, who is an approved Clinical Supervisor through the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners. Tara can be reached by phone at 480-670-4821 and by email at tara@NewHopeCounselors.com. She sees clients in person and via telehealth. Monday, Tuesday, and Friday she is in the North Scottsdale office. Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday she is at the N Phoenix/Anthem office.