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Tiffany Husein

Tiffany Husein, PhD

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Tiffany Husein is a licensed psychologist in the state of Washington. She received a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Psychology from The University of Utah, with an emphasis in the neurobiological processes of behavior. She worked on research teams at the University of Utah, studying the neurobiological basis of memory, as well as social psychological research investigating the role of race and ethnicity in persuasion. Her research work experience at the University of California San Francisco Medical Center investigated psychological interventions and antidepressant treatment in smoking cessation.

Tiffany received her Master’s and Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from The Ohio State University where she was clinically educated and trained in therapy, psychological assessment, supervision, and theories of counseling. She had the opportunity to work with diverse populations in her graduate training and at the University of California Irvine where she completed her doctoral internship. She has extensive training in assessment and therapy in various settings. She worked with The Ohio State University Sports Psychology program, conducted group therapy at The Center for Eating Disorders in Worthington, Ohio, and worked in private practice settings in the administration of psychological and neuropsychological assessment. She also has clinical experience in hospital, medical outpatient settings, and University counseling centers.

In addition to her clinical work with clients, she enjoys teaching, mentoring, and supervision. She has taught psychology courses at Ohio State, Spokane Falls, and Spokane Community College in General Psychology, Developmental, and Abnormal Psychology.

Tiffany’s work with clients is grounded within a multicultural framework where she works collaboratively with clients and takes time to establish a therapeutic environment of safety and trust. She has a broad knowledge of assessment, diagnosis, and treatment, and feels strongly about involving the client in their own treatment process, including the evaluation of specific problem areas in the client’s life which may involve conflicts with family, friends, or significant life changes. She specializes in working with clients struggling with relationship concerns, adjustment issues, anxiety, and depression. She helps clients learn to identify their problems, express emotions in healthy ways, process grief and loss, reduce self-destructive behaviors, and learn skills to improve current relationships. Her theoretical approach primarily draws from Cognitive-Behavioral and Interpersonal therapy where she focuses on social roles and relationships, as well as helping clients learn about their patterns of thinking or behavior that underlie their difficulties and the way they feel.

Tiffany enjoys playing tennis and being active, reading, playing piano, and being a mother to her three children.