Tarynn, LPC, NCC, CCTP, CDBT | Clinical Director
“Actually, I can.” – note to self
Tarynn Meier, Clinical Director of Everlasting Wellness LLC and Therapist, has been an active member in good standing with the American Counseling Association since 2010. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor, National Certified Counselor, Certified Clinical Trauma Professional, and Certified Dialectical Behavior Therapy provider. Additionally, she has intensive training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Contingency Management, Motivational Interviewing, Prolonged Exposure, and treatment of Substance Use as well as Mental Health issues inclusive of process (also known as behavioral) addictions.
Tarynn counsels adults, young adults, and teenagers who are navigating a variety of life challenges and transitions. She is a LGBTQ+ ally. In addition to the above she has extensive experience treating adjustment difficulties, anger, anxiety, bullying, complex trauma, compulsions, depression, disassociation, domestic or intimate partner violence, guilt, hyperactivity, impulsivity, inattention, indecision, infidelity, insecurity, interpersonal conflict, intrusive thoughts, mania, negative self-view, obsessions, non-suicidal self-injurious as well as suicidal behavior, neglect, shame, situational stressors, sexual/physical abuse, panic, perfectionism, psychotic symptoms, traumatic grief/loss, and worry.
Tarynn has a special interest in helping individuals recognize, break free, and recover from gaslighting and narcissistic relationships. Through psychoeducation and improved awareness around tactics, techniques, and manipulations used by others she hopes to empower clients to take back control of their lives. Her therapeutic style is compassionate but direct with the intention of offering reframing/coaching to help activate behavioral change that is congruent with life worth living goals and values. She is especially invested in helping women, of all ages, cultivate self-advocacy and personal well-being skills that will greatly impact success in academia and vocational milieus as well as in relationships.