Dr. Tauralee Tenn is a Clinical Psychology Fellow who specializes in the treatment of anxiety and related disorders, including social anxiety, generalized anxiety and specific phobias in children, teens, and adults. She is also a specialist in treating issues related to post-traumatic stress, relational conflict, and adjustment difficulties to adverse life experiences. Dr. Tenn utilizes evidence-based techniques grounded in Gestalt, cognitive-behavioral and interpersonal approaches to build collaborative relationships as well as maintain the therapeutic alliance with her clients.
Dr. Tenn received her M.A. in Counselling and Spirituality from Saint Paul University in 2016. She then began her doctoral training at Ball State University in 2017, completing her M.A. in School Psychology in 2018 and her Ph.D. in the summer of 2022. During her doctoral work, Dr. Tenn engaged in psychoeducational and psychological assessment, therapy, supervision, teaching as well as advocacy efforts to combat injustices amongst racial, sexual and gender minority populations. Her dissertation research involved evaluating counseling and psychology trainees implicit and explicit attitudes towards trans men and trans women. Dr. Tenn is currently being supervised by Dr. Theresa Welles, Clinical Director at Anxiety Specialists of Atlanta.
Dr. Tenn was born in Kingston, Jamaica, grew up in Ottawa, Canada and is now pleased to call Atlanta, Georgia home. She played collegiate basketball at the Division 1 level. During her spare time, she loves to travel, spend time with family, referee and play basketball, as well as attend sporting events and concerts.