“Be seen, heard, understood…We can do this together.”

“Be seen, heard, understood…We can do this together.”

Welcome to Minds at Peace Therapy!

Do you feel a sense of doubt about what is ahead of you and how you will handle it?
Do you fear new life choices coming your way?

Do you ever feel invisible, not enough, lonely, or disconnected? Do your thoughts ever get stuck and lead to excessive worry? Life isn’t always easy. Sometimes, even the strongest people amongst us need a little bit of help to work through some of life’s more challenging problems. Everyone has battles to fight and hurdles to overcome at some point. Whether you struggle with anxiety, depression, self-esteem, or any other issue, you should know that there is hope for a better tomorrow.


"No problem is unsolvable. No life irredeemable. No one's fate is sealed. No one is unloved or unlovable"–Max Lucado

It’s okay to be initially hesitant to seek out help and support for personal matters, but when you do, you will feel confident and safe in that you are taking a courageous first step towards getting to a better place and being a better you.

If you’re interested in becoming a better, happier, more fulfilled you,
get started and please contact me today!

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Testimonials

“I’ve been meeting with Tara Kryman for 3 months and she is so tremendously helpful. She is just what I needed in a therapist kind, supportive, compassionate, sweet, caring, understanding and has the patience of a saint. She has helped me change my way of thinking with her approach of cognitive behavioral therapy and the worksheets/homework she assigns. Definitely helps me achieve my goals and I’ve made so much progress with her help in a short period of time and I’m excited to see the transformed person I’m going to become. I can’t thank her enough. She is an amazing therapist.”
“I met with Tara Kryman for 6 months and it has changed my life! I was severely depressed (a lifelong struggle) when I first came in. As we talked, I started journaling again and working on issues we discussed. She helped me so much! I will not hesitate to get in touch again if I need to and in fact did for a coupe of sessions just to get bsck on track. I want to keep the momentum going. I thank God that I found her on the internet through Psychology Today magazine’s website! She is kind, supportive, soft-spoken, and genuinely interested in everything I shared, coming back with questions and suggestions which I put into place. She knew I was a Christian and brought God and His Word into our sessions which helped me put my emotions and struggles into perspective as I worked through them. That was a plus for me! It was a good experience that I do not regret and I would do it again as needed. She is not an approved provider for my insurance, but she worked with me to get the information my insurance company requested so I could get reimbursed for a portion of the visits. I highly recommend Tara to anyone.”

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Seasonal depression, also referred to as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), refers to a type of depression that relates to changes in the seasons. Most people with SAD feel symptoms come on in the fall and generally feel them all through the winter. Symptoms, which include lethargy, sadness, and general depression, usually dissipate once spring arrives. […]

About Tara Kryman

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor with 20 plus years treating anxiety disorders in children, teens, and adults. I have provided counseling, consultation and supervision services in multiple environments including adult/adolescent rehabilitation centers, schools, community, home and the private practice setting. My specialty areas include OCD, panic, social anxiety, and depression to name a few. In sessions you can expect that I will come alongside of you to help identify effective life long tools to reduce or eliminate your symptoms and live the full life that you were intended to have. This will be done with top evidence based practices using cognitive-behavioral, exposure and response prevention and attachment theory approaches. I understand that it is important to find balance and to do so, treatment of the entire person emotionally, behaviorally, physically and spiritually is required. All parts of the individual are addressed in the process of obtaining wholeness.

Compassionate & Professional

At Minds @ Peace Therapy we care about you, and your story. We are committed to supporting our clients in forming new, safe connections to heal and express who they are, to feel that they are enough no matter what stage of life they are in. You can trust that we will treat you with respect, dignity and compassion in every interaction, while maintaining the highest standards for integrity and ethics.