Tyrice McCoy, MA
The road to healing is a road that we all take at some point in our lives; the key is to travel with those who enhance the experience, aid in the traversing, and help in the direction we should go. As an individual, couple and family therapist, I work with you and those with whom you are journeying from a
systemic perspective, taking into consideration the rich contexts which shape your life, love, and endeavors.
It is my passion to help heal families. I believe that our family shapes our core; it is the foundation on which we build the structure of our lives. Therefore, our work will include exploring the important role that family has played in developing the many foundational beliefs, interactional styles, signature themes, and attractions that are so important to contributing to your quality of life.
Ask yourself, how have your familial experiences shaped your outlook on life?
In session we will explore this and many other core questions.
I received my Masters of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Rosemont College and my Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Morgan State University. With my technical background in the STEM Field, and my courageous, purposeful shift to all things therapeutically generative, I am a large proponent of following your purpose path, wherever it may lead. For it is through the journey, that we prepare for our destination.