Tabitha Salyer Pack, MA, LPC, NCC

Tabitha Salyer Pack, MA, LPC, NCC

Tabitha brings a wealth of knowledge and experience from her time at Asheville Academy for Girls.

Tabitha’s clinical work has included working with foster children in a group home, juvenile justice involved adolescents in a community setting, and adolescents in a therapeutic boarding school.

Her journey in the mental health field began with work as a side-walker for equine assisted therapy sessions while pursuing her undergraduate degree at Eastern Kentucky University. These skills will be greatly utilized with our Equine Assisted Therapy program at Maple Hall.

Tabitha enjoys working with middle school-age students as they begin the difficult transition from childhood to adulthood. She finds this stage of life highly important for developing self-identity, self-awareness, and strong relationships for a life full of happiness.

She is experienced in working with children expressing depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, attachment difficulties, oppositional defiance, and explosive anger.

She has also received additional training in treatment modalities such as play therapy, trauma-based interventions, compassion focused therapy, animal-assisted therapy, and artistic or expressive therapy.

In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her friends, family, and pups, reading, exploring Appalachia, and knitting.

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