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Tammy Holcomb is committed to a "person centered" style of therapy which allows clients to collaborate with the therapist to set goals and objectives to address during therapy. She works very hard to create a therapeutic environment of respect, honesty, and compassion. She enjoys working with a diverse group of clients who come from different ages, ethnic, cultural, and educational backgrounds.
Tammy works with her clients to determine what style and pace they prefer in terms of therapeutic interventions. She recognizes that some people prefer more direction, education, and challenge than others. She employs various styles of therapy including cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), motivational interviewing, clinical hypnotherapy, and expressive therapies.
Tammy has a strong passion for the importance of prevention and early education to prevent childhood abuse and the development of eating disorders and addictions in families. She has presented nationally on topics pertaining to trauma, eating disorders, sexuality, and clinical supervision.
Tammy is dedicated to providing a safe space for clients to turn to for healing. She works very hard to always be respectful, genuine, and non-judgmental.
Tammy began her professional career working in an acute care psychiatric facility in 1987. This position helped her establish a strong rapport for working with people who are in crisis and frequently at a turning point in their lives. She has continued through the majority of her career to have a close relationship with local psychiatric facilities and community services centers.
Tammy originally went into private practice in 1993 with Cobb Counseling Associates in Georgia. She maintained her private practice while working at a variety of agencies including Council on Battered Women, Ridgeview Institute, Skyland Trail, and Manna Treatment Center. She also founded the Atlanta Eating Disorder Coalition in 2003.
Most recently, Tammy worked as the Executive Director of Carolina House eating disorder programs in Durham and Raleigh, North Carolina. She held this position for over three years prior to joining Sage Psychology Group. Tammy also began facilitating a local Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD) support group in Raleigh in 2012.
Tammy Holcomb is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Supervisor in the states of North Carolina and Georgia. She is a Certified Eating Disorder Specialist through the International Academy of Eating Disorders Professionals Foundation and a Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist through the National Board of Hypnotherapy.
She completed her Masters and Specialty Degree in Community Counseling at Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia in 1993. She continued to pursue continuing education training with a focus on trauma, eating disorders, addiction, and supervision.
Tammy was recognized in 2015 as a Patriotic Employer for contributing to national security and protecting liberty and freedom by supporting employee participation in America's National Guard and reserve force by the office of secretary of defense.
No malpractice history found for North Carolina.
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No sanctions history found for the years that Healthgrades collects data.
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No board actions found for the years that Healthgrades collects data.
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Graduated in 1987
Completed in 1994
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