The roots of resilience are to be found in the felt sense of being held in the heart and mind of an empathic, attuned, and

self-possessed other.       - Diana Fosha

I am a Texan but left in my 20's for work and adventure in other parts of the U.S. and world. My earlier work includes working at a wilderness program, teaching elementary and middle school and working in the areas of global child & maternal health in the humanitarian, not-for-profit world. Along each step of the way I have always been deeply intrigued and inspired by the universality of the human relationships, trauma and resiliency I witnessed. This led me here, to my 3rd career. One which holds both my heart and my passion. Therapist 

I find much joy, challenge, and privilege in being with my clients as they begin the wholehearted task of navigating their lives and their relationships in more authentic, connected and fulfilling ways.


As a Registered LPC Intern I am supervised by Barbara Leeming, OBLPCT # T0031
  • Attachment Theory 
  • Individual and Group Crisis Intervention
  • Trauma Informed Care
  • Interpersonal Neurobiology (IPNB)
  • Polyvagal Theory
  • Connection Parenting
  • Embodied Healing of Trauma
  • Trauma and Social Justice
  • Couples Therapy with an emphasis on Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT)
  • Family Therapy with a Systems Lens
  • Play Therapy
  • Addiction
  • Intercultural Competencies
Master of Arts, George Fox University
 Marriage, Couples & Family Counseling

Master of Public Health, University of Texas Health Science Center 

     Community Health with Global Areas Focus

Bachelor of Science in Education, Abilene Christian University

Education, English & Literature

© 2016 by Angie Tanyi. Proudly created with

Angie Tanyi, MA, MPH, LMFT Intern

7409 SW Capitol Hwy, Ste #208

Portland, OR 97219

As a Registered LMFT Intern I am supervised by

Dr. Michelle Engblom-Deglmann, PhD, OBLPCT # T1004

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