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Integrative, Transpersonal Psychotherapy

Providing adults with Transformative, holistic, psychotherapy.


Individual psychotherapy online or in person.

Serving California and Oregon!!!

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PTSD and Trauma

Trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) encompass a spectrum of experiences, ranging from single traumatic events to ongoing exposure to stress or adversity. While significant traumas are commonly associated with the development of PTSD, it’s essential to recognize the impact of “little traumas” as well. These seemingly less severe experiences can still deeply affect individuals and contribute to symptoms of distress and dysfunction. Techniques such as eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) acknowledge the significance of both big and little traumas, offering a powerful tool for processing and healing from a wide range of traumatic experiences. In therapy, we provide a safe and compassionate environment for clients to explore and process their traumas, regardless of their magnitude, and support them in reclaiming a sense of safety, stability, and empowerment in their lives.

Low Self-Worth

In therapy, low self-worth is approached with compassion and understanding, recognizing it as a deeply held belief about one’s fundamental value and deservingness. Clients wrestling with low self-worth often experience a pervasive sense of inadequacy and unworthiness, which can impact their relationships, career aspirations, and overall well-being. Through a collaborative therapeutic process, we explore the origins of these beliefs, often rooted in past experiences of rejection, criticism, or trauma. By fostering self-compassion, challenging negative self-perceptions, and nurturing self-acceptance, clients can gradually rebuild a healthier and more positive sense of self-worth, empowering them to pursue fulfilling lives aligned with their true values and aspirations.


Anxiety is a common and often debilitating condition that affects millions of individuals worldwide. It manifests as persistent feelings of worry, fear, and apprehension that can interfere with daily functioning and quality of life. Symptoms of anxiety may include racing thoughts, restlessness, muscle tension, difficulty concentrating, and physical symptoms such as rapid heartbeat or sweating. In therapy, we integrate approaches such as Internal Family Systems (IFS) to explore the underlying causes and triggers of anxiety. Through IFS, we recognize that anxiety may stem from the interactions and conflicts between different parts of the self, each with its own concerns and motivations. By fostering compassionate understanding and communication among these internal parts, clients can develop a greater sense of inner harmony and resilience in managing their anxiety. Additionally, evidence-based techniques such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), mindfulness practices, and relaxation techniques are utilized to provide clients with a comprehensive toolkit for coping with anxiety symptoms and reclaiming a sense of control over their lives. Through this holistic approach, clients can experience relief and begin to live more fully and authentically.


Navigating boundaries can be complex, as it involves understanding personal limits and communicating them effectively. In therapy, we acknowledge the challenges individuals face in discerning what constitutes appropriate boundaries and how to enforce them in various relationships. Together, we explore strategies for establishing healthy boundaries with others, such as family members, partners, friends, and colleagues. Through tailored guidance and support, clients learn valuable skills to assert their needs, set clear limits, and maintain respectful interactions. By enhancing self-awareness and communication techniques, individuals can cultivate stronger boundaries that promote self-respect, autonomy, and healthier relationships in their lives.


Co-dependency is a relational pattern characterized by excessive emotional or psychological reliance on others for validation, approval, or a sense of identity and self-worth. Individuals struggling with co-dependency often prioritize the needs and desires of others above their own, leading to a pattern of self-sacrifice, enabling behaviors, and difficulty setting boundaries. This relational dynamic can manifest in various types of relationships, including romantic partnerships, family dynamics, friendships, and work environments. In therapy, we explore the underlying factors contributing to co-dependency, such as childhood experiences, family dynamics, and learned behaviors. Through self-awareness, boundary-setting skills, and self-compassion, clients can begin to cultivate healthier and more balanced relationships, fostering autonomy, authenticity, and emotional well-being. By addressing co-dependency, individuals can embark on a journey of self-discovery and empowerment, reclaiming agency over their lives and nurturing fulfilling connections based on mutual respect and reciprocity.


In addressing depression within therapy, we embark on a compassionate journey of understanding and healing. Depression can be a complex and challenging experience, impacting every facet of one’s life. Together, we explore the underlying causes and contributing factors, whether they be rooted in past traumas, unmet needs, or distorted thought patterns. Through evidence-based techniques such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), mindfulness practices, somatic approaches, and the Internal Family Systems (IFS) model, we cultivate tools for managing symptoms and fostering resilience. IFS provides a unique framework for understanding and working with the various parts of the self that may contribute to depression, offering avenues for healing and integration. Additionally, we work to uncover and transform the self-defeating beliefs and emotional patterns that perpetuate depression, empowering clients to reclaim agency over their lives and rediscover a sense of vitality and purpose. In the therapeutic process, clients are supported in cultivating self-compassion, building meaningful connections, and embracing hope for a brighter future beyond depression.

Integrated Healing Approaches


Internal Family Systems (IFS)

Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapy is a powerful approach that helps individuals explore and understand the various parts or “selves” within their psyche. Developed by Dr. Richard Schwartz, IFS posits that the mind is made up of distinct parts, each with its own unique qualities, emotions, and motivations. These parts often operate autonomously and may conflict with each other, leading to inner turmoil and distress. In therapy, clients learn to identify and communicate with these parts, fostering compassion, curiosity, and understanding. By establishing a trusting and collaborative relationship with their internal selves, clients can heal past wounds, resolve inner conflicts, and cultivate greater harmony and balance within. Through the transformative process of IFS therapy, individuals can access their innate wisdom, strength, and resilience, leading to profound personal growth and lasting change.


Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy is a highly effective approach for processing and resolving traumatic memories and experiences. Developed by Dr. Francine Shapiro, EMDR harnesses the brain’s natural healing processes to help individuals integrate distressing memories in a safe and supportive environment. During EMDR sessions, clients recall traumatic memories while simultaneously engaging in bilateral stimulation, such as following the therapist’s finger movements with their eyes. This process helps desensitize the emotional charge associated with traumatic memories and allows for adaptive processing, leading to resolution and healing. EMDR has been extensively researched and proven effective in treating PTSD, as well as a range of other mental health concerns, empowering individuals to overcome past trauma and move forward with greater resilience and well-being.


Mindfulness is a transformative practice that involves cultivating present-moment awareness and non-judgmental acceptance of one’s thoughts, emotions, and sensations. Rooted in ancient contemplative traditions, mindfulness has gained widespread recognition for its profound benefits in promoting emotional well-being, stress reduction, and overall mental health. Through mindfulness practices such as meditation, breath awareness, and body scanning, individuals learn to observe their experiences with curiosity and openness, rather than reacting impulsively or getting caught up in repetitive thought patterns. By cultivating a mindful attitude, individuals can develop greater clarity, resilience, and compassion, allowing them to navigate life’s challenges with greater ease and authenticity. Mindfulness is not just a practice but a way of being, empowering individuals to live more fully and intentionally in each moment.

Tyrene Siadous, LMFT

Hi there!

For over 18 years, I have been dedicated to the practice of psychotherapy, specializing in working with both adults and adolescents. My approach is integrative, emphasizing the interconnectedness of mind and body to address the holistic well-being of individuals. By focusing on the concept of the “whole person” or “authentic self,” I strive to create a therapeutic environment that honors each client’s unique experiences, strengths, and challenges.

Empowering Self-Discovery


Mindful Awareness

Mindful awareness is a practice that invites us to cultivate present-moment awareness, allowing us to fully inhabit our bodies and experience life as it unfolds moment by moment. Often, we find ourselves caught up in the whirlwind of thoughts, dwelling on the past or worrying about the future, which can lead to a sense of disconnection and dissatisfaction with life. However, by bringing our attention to the present moment, we can anchor ourselves in the here and now, where true wisdom and inner knowledge reside. The present moment is the only moment that truly exists, offering us an opportunity to connect with our inner selves and access a deeper understanding of our experiences. Through mindfulness practices, we learn to observe our thoughts without judgment, cultivating a sense of presence and clarity that enables us to navigate life’s challenges with greater ease and authenticity. By embracing the power of now, we can cultivate a profound sense of inner peace and fulfillment in our lives.

Energy Psychology

Energy psychology encompasses a range of alternative healing approaches aimed at addressing energetic imbalances within the body. One such technique I utilize is the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), which targets specific acupressure points to release blocked energy and promote emotional well-being. In addition to administering EFT, I may educate clients on the principles of energy and utilize “energetic terms” to help them understand how energy flows within the body and interacts with others.

Spirituality and Consciousness

In the realm of inner exploration, soulful connection and deep understanding, we embark on a journey of self-exploration and connection to the deeper aspects of our being. This sacred space invites us to delve into the essence of our existence, transcending the confines of the physical realm and tapping into the boundless realms of consciousness. Here, we honor the interconnectedness of all life, recognizing the divine spark within ourselves and others. Through mindfulness practices, meditation, and contemplative inquiry, we cultivate a deeper sense of presence and awareness, allowing us to align with our highest selves and the universal flow of energy. In this sacred journey, we uncover profound truths, awaken to our inner wisdom, and embrace the infinite possibilities that arise when we connect to the essence of our spirituality.

Energetic Boundaries

Energetic boundaries play a vital role in maintaining our emotional and mental well-being. Just as we establish physical boundaries to protect our personal space, energetic boundaries help safeguard our inner peace and vitality. Through mindfulness practices and somatic awareness, we learn to discern our own energetic field from that of others, allowing us to navigate relationships and environments with greater clarity and resilience. By honoring our energetic boundaries, we cultivate a sense of empowerment and self-care, ensuring that we can engage with the world from a place of authenticity and balance.

IFS and the Chakra System

In our therapeutic journey, we harness the synergistic power of Internal Family Systems (IFS) and the chakra system to promote holistic healing and personal transformation. Through the lens of IFS, we navigate the intricate landscape of the psyche, acknowledging and embracing the diverse aspects of the self. By cultivating compassion and understanding among these internal parts, we create a foundation for inner harmony and integration. Simultaneously, we explore the chakra system, which offers a map of the body’s energy centers and their corresponding psychological and spiritual qualities. By aligning these energy centers and addressing any blockages or imbalances, we facilitate healing on a deep level, promoting greater self-awareness, emotional resilience, and spiritual growth. Through this integrated approach, clients can experience profound shifts in consciousness, leading to enhanced well-being and a deeper connection to their authentic selves.

My Approach & Philosophy

Within each of us resides an authentic self, an energy that shines brightly in the present moment, much like the sun. However, life experiences—be it from childhood, trauma, or environmental factors—can form clouds that obscure this inner light. Over time, we may come to identify more with these clouds than with our true essence, forgetting the radiant sun within. As a therapist, my mission is to guide clients on a journey of self-discovery and reconnection with their authentic selves. Through practices such as mindfulness and somatic techniques, we compassionately explore disowned parts of the self, while also addressing attachment and trauma wounds using modalities like Internal Family Systems (IFS), EMDR, and EFT. By healing both big and little traumas, we pave the way for more fulfilling relationships, inner peace, and a sense of purpose. Ultimately, this journey is about embracing the present moment and allowing our inner wisdom to illuminate the path forward.

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(530) 710-8255


(888) 883-1243




1452 Oregon Street

Redding, CA  96001


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