Abound & Flourish



We all long to be seen, heard and understood. We want to know we matter and that we belong. These are core desires every human shares. But there are difficult and painful experiences in life that distort our view of ourselves and the world around us.

Those experiences can create a narrative that cause us to doubt whether or not we do, in fact, matter and that we do have a place of belonging.

There are far, far better things ahead than any we leave behind.
— C.S. Lewis

What if in the midst of these questions of self-worth you could begin to safely explore wounds that were inflicted and find hope in the healing process? What if this was the foundation to build a sense of true identity and worth?

Tiffany dang, lpc

Hello! I'm so glad you stopped by. A little background on me:

  • I received my BA in Psychology and English from The University of Texas at Austin.

  • Having a lifelong interest in the stories people carry, I sought to pursue a Masters in Counseling from Reformed Theological Seminary in order to help people understand their past so they may be meaningfully engaged in their present.

  • EMDR Certified

I believe we were created to abound & flourish. However, we all face difficulties and challenges in life that may prevent us from experiencing true meaning and purpose.


I have a passion for coming alongside my clients by helping them navigate through areas in life where they feel disoriented and lost. I desire that in the midst of your pain and struggle you will find healing that paves the way for you to experience life, abounding & flourishing.  

I sit with each client as the unique individual they are and counsel through a process-oriented exploration of the relationship between your past and how it informs present ways of relating. I am also EMDR certified and incorporate this into my counseling when it is a good fit for the client.

Out of suffering have emerged the strongest souls; the most massive characters are seared with scars.
— Kahil Gibran

I specialize in working with individuals in their struggles with anxiety/depression, grief/loss, shame/guilt, spiritual, identity and relationship issues, sexual abuse and trauma. I am interested in learning how I might be able to serve you and look forward to hearing from you.

Receding from grief, it seems necessary to retrace the same steps that brought us there.
— F. Scott Fitzgerald


Please do not hesitate to contact me to see if we might be able to work together. I am interested in learning how I might be able to serve you and look forward to hearing from you.

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