Tiffany Palazzo, LAC
Tiffany Palazzo, LAC
Bethany Commons, Hazlet Office/Telehealth
Tiffany completed her undergraduate education at Ramapo College and obtained a Master’s degree from Montclair State University in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She completed her post-graduate training at the High Focus Centers and trained under live-supervision in dialectical behavioral therapy with a focus on mindfulness.
Tiffany has experience working with teens, adults, and families using various theoretical models and techniques. Tiffany draws from diverse theoretical orientations in her clinical work and is experienced working with a broad range of presenting problems, including counseling and substance abuse for individuals and their families, counseling for LGBTQ individuals and their families, counseling for adults and teens affected by trauma, obsessive compulsive disorder, personality disorders as well as teens, and adults struggling with depression, anxiety, and self-harm.
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS / TRAININGS
Tiffany has experience running DBT informed groups focusing on the four modules of dialectical behavioral therapy including mindfulness, interpersonal effectiveness, distress tolerance, and emotion regulation. Tiffany integrates mindfulness techniques, diaphragmatic breathing, and thought reformation to allow clients to view things from a different perspective.
- Self-harm (DBT)
- Trauma and PTSD
- Panic Disorder
- Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Chronic Pain
- Families of individuals diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder
Mindfulness and Cognitive Behavior Therapy:
Tiffany uses various mindfulness and body-awareness techniques to increase life satisfaction measures and decrease any symptoms of anxiety and depression. She integrates principles of cognitive behavior therapy with various mindfulness techniques to bridge mind and body awareness.
Professional Memberships – NBCC
Short Bio: As a therapist it is my hope to provide a supportive and safe space for clients to process through life’s challenges and learn how to love themselves each day. Therapy can be uncomfortable at times, but growth develops when we learn to become comfortable in the discomfort. I utilize an eclectic approach with an emphasis on CBT, DBT, and self compassion. I have experience working with teens/young adults, adults, and families in the areas of depression, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorders, trauma, substance abuse, mood disorders, family conflict, life transitions, and self-esteem. I am honored to be part of your healing journey.