Tamara Hunter is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Dance/Movement Therapist. She earned a M.S. degree in Dance/Movement Therapy from Pratt Institute, M.A. degree in School Counseling and B.A. degree in Early Childhood Education from Clark Atlanta University.
Tamara currently provides therapy in a private practice setting located Atlanta, Georgia. She is a perinatal trained provider specializing in infertility, pregnancy, reproductive and infant loss, still birth, birth trauma, and postpartum mood and anxiety disorders. Tamara is passionate about empowering women by imparting support, encouragement, education & therapeutic coping techniques.
Her experience includes working with children, adolescents, and adults in individual, family and group therapy.
She has also worked in inpatient & outpatient behavioral health facilities, residential treatment centers and the public-school system.
Tamara specializes in Dance/Movement Therapy psycho-therapeutic interventions designed to assist with symptoms caused by trauma, anxiety, depression, anger, self-esteem & chemical dependency.
Tamara is passionate about helping others identify inner strengths to support their healing process. She utilizes, encouragement, humor, person-centered, holistic approaches as well as therapeutic skills of empathy and attunement, to provide a safe space for clients to engage in, and manage, their own healing journeys.
This podcast features Black woman’s reproductive health, mental health, & maternal mental health journeys. It provides a healing platform for Black women to share their womb stories through the power of storytelling.