Utah Valley University
Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming
Dr. Tanya Crabb earned her B.A. in Psychology from the City College of New York. She received her masters and doctorate degrees in Clinical Psychology from the Hawaii School of Professional Psychology. Dr. Crabb’s clinical areas of interest include working with trauma survivors, military veterans, women, marginalized populations, and issues related to race and diversity.
She has created and facilitated groups on a variety of mental health topics including groups for womxn and girls, veteran groups, and superhero stress management and relationship management groups. Other group topics include diversity issues, parenting, communication, and resilience.
Dr. Tanya Crabb is a first-generation college grad, Jamaican immigrant, Marine Corps Persian Gulf War veteran, psychologist, wife, mother, comic book enthusiast, and passionate advocate of mental health. Dr. Crabb's mantra is if the Hulk can learn coping skills, anyone can learn coping skills. When Dr. Crabb isn’t working or spending time with her friends and family, you can almost always find her reading, writing, or engaging in random acts of dancing.
You can connect with Dr. Crabb on:Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | YouTube | Amazon | TikTok
You can also visit her website.
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