Tatyana Aposhian is a clinical psychology doctoral candidate that provides comprehensive and individualized neuropsychological assessments to children, adolescents, and young adults under the supervision of Dr. Ani.
Tatyana earned her bachelor’s degrees in Psychology and Sociology at the University of California, Irvine. She received her master’s degree in marriage and family therapy at the University of Southern California. She also completed extensive clinical training at the Glendale Community College Health Center where she provided therapeutic support and crisis intervention to a diverse college student population. Tatyana is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Pepperdine University.
Tatyana has a background in assessing and treating a range of mental health disorders in various settings, including community college and university counseling centers, community mental health, private practice, and a residential training facility. She has years of experience providing comprehensive assessments, psychotherapy, and executive functioning skills coaching to adolescents and young adults. Tatyana integrates cognitive-behavioral, multicultural, and attachment theories to appropriately assess client needs and curate individualized treatment plans to support clients and families with achieving desired changes and insight.
Tatyana deeply values the power of the relationship built with clients. Bringing humility, warmth, empathy, and humor, Tatyana strives to create a warm, safe, and trusting environment throughout the assessment process and in therapy. She firmly believes in the strength of a comprehensive evaluation to significantly change the trajectory of one’s life. Tatyana is passionate about helping others improve the emotional quality of their lives using collaborative and strengths-based approaches that are tailored to meet the individual needs and goals of her clients and to support individuals with achieving their full potential.