Richer Life Counseling Therapist
Who am I
I am Tyler Rich. I have a passion to help change the world by helping strengthen families, and people work to find mental serenity. From the time I was in elementary school, I remember being the person that my friends would come to with their problems. Entering college at UNLV I felt I was called to the ministry, but after taking counseling course work I discover my passion for helping people through therapy. Earning my bachelor’s degree in Human Service Counseling.
I am working towards my Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy at the University of Phoenix. I am now in my Student internship where I see clients and have direct supervision from a licensed marriage and family therapist.
How I View Change
My view of therapy (or theoretical model) is based on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. I view problems as an issue in how we think about things. In therapy, I Focus on helping people realize how these negative or distorted thoughts can lead to negative behaviors. I focus on what my clients can control, and help them develop a toolkit so they can work through issues that they face.
Background Working with Clients
During my undergraduate studies, I interned at Clark County juvenile justice in the psychology department. While working on my masters I have worked in a dual-diagnosis long-term treatment center working with transitional aged youth, and conserve adults.