Honoring spiritual values while finding answers to help you heal - Company Message
About Mobile Counseling
 
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Tina M Tarryk
Mental Health Counselor, PhD(c), MHC, CH

 
My Qualifications:
I offer confidential counseling services for individuals and groups. I will assist you with strategies that improve communication skills, strengthen interpersonal relationships, lift depression, relieve anxiety, reduce an overload of accumulating stress, and eliminate self-sabotaging habits. I bring over 30 years of lived practical experience.
 
As a Mental Health Counselor, spiritual advisor and certified hypnotherapist with life coaching, counseling and spiritual development guided by a former FBI medium and various other spiritual leaders throughout the world, I have chosen to combine traditional talk therapy with my psychic abilities to provide a unique and powerful way to help YOU on the path to healing.
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Our Mission Statement:
To provide free or fee-for service counseling to underprivileged and under-served communities.
 
Our Vision Statement:
To end the stigma of mental illness through education, awareness and treatment of underprivileged and under-served communities improving their quality of life.
 

Spiritual Counseling, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt corporation (46-2494287) registered with the Secretary of the State of Connecticut (ID # 0004834035) and registered with the Secretary of the State of Vermont (ID # 0328188) d/b/a Mobile Counseling, Inc.   We are a non-profit counseling corporation organized and operated primarily to provide low-fee or pro-bono therapy services to the financially needy or the distressed.  We are tax exempt as a charitable organization and our non-profit corporation is organized and operates exclusively for purposes that are beneficial to the public.

According to the IRS, the term “charitable” includes relief of the poor, the distressed, and the underprivileged; advancement of religion; advancement of education or science; erecting or maintaining public buildings, monuments, or works; lessening the burdens of government; lessening neighborhood tensions; eliminating prejudice and discrimination; defending human and civil rights secured by law; and combating community deterioration and juvenile delinquency.




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