Tehniya Aslam, LPCi
To Schedule an Appointment
Call me at 971-270-0167
or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Fax 503 914 1994
Frequently Asked Questions
“Maybe if I share the path I walk, then a little more of your pain will vanish.
I want you to heal, whoever you are. I don't care what pain you've brought
the world, I just want yours to subside. No matter what, your path is yours.
Dont follow misery or worry. Devote every moment of your life to improving
your dreams. Love your world. Cherish the good you do. Let go of hatred.
Dream of love." (unknown author)
My name is Tiffany Kettermann. I am the owner of Health Allies. I am a therapist, counselor, advocate, and a resource specialist. I completed my training at George Fox University, earning a Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and completing the Trauma Response Services program. I have additional doctoral level training in clinical assessment, diagnosis and exposure-based anxiety treatments. I also hold a Masters in Public Administration from Washington State University. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor in Oregon, and a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Washington. I am a member of the American Counseling Association and The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence. I am also a board member of COPACT and a Board Member on the Education Board at LoveFraud.com.
Life is not pain-free. We all have our own unique challenges and heartache. I am here to help share in your journey. Walking through it together, we can talk about where you've been and where you'd like to be. I want to help you identify your strengths and goals, show you how to use resources available to you, and help you to bring balance back into your life.
I work with a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues in a supportive atmosphere, providing services that are tailored to your needs.
Treatment areas that I work in include:
Trauma and PTSD
Health Challenges, Disabilities and Chronic Pain
Depression and Anxiety
Unemployment, Work and Career Issues
Adult Attention Deficit Disorder
Drug and alcohol abuse and recovery
Losses of all kind