Tanya Komblevitz Schoettler
Tanya's therapeutic style is warm and interactive. She values creating a strong, trusting relationship with her clients so that they feel comfortable and confident in their work together. She enjoys working collaboratively with her clients, providing knowledge and feedback, while also respecting that they are the experts on their lives and their experiences. Her goal is to help them safely explore where they’ve been, as well as where they want to go, and create a plan for how to make that happen. Together, she enjoys working with her clients to find the best path toward change and personal growth.
Tanya specializes in working with adults experiencing depression, anxiety, interpersonal and relationship difficulties, grief and loss, self-esteem issues, life transitions, and stage-of-life issues. She draws from a variety of treatment interventions, including cognitive behavioral therapy and dialectical behavior therapy. She conceptualizes cases from a relational model, meaning that she believes who we are is influenced by our relationships, both past and present. Therapy can provide a safe, supportive space to develop awareness of this and then work towards change.
Tanya is originally from Michigan and, before moving to the Twin Cities, she practiced for several years in Chicago.