Tessa Bauer Singleton is a Clinical Therapist in the Florence Nightingale house. Tess started her career in mental health at New Haven as a residential staff, while completing her bachelor’s degree in Psychology at Utah Valley University. Tess went on to complete her masters degree in Marriage & Family Therapy from Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon. Tess has experience working with students who have experienced trauma, anxiety, depression, abuse, ADHD, borderline personality traits, family systems, and attachment.
Tess’ core values include self-compassion, radical acceptance, as well as healing through connection. Tess loves the systemic approach to healing through the Family Healing program as well as the focus on healing and growth. In her free time Tess loves to spend time outdoors hiking and camping, as well as spending time cuddling her cat while reading a good book.