Tye Gibbs, MSW
Licensed Clinical Social Work Intern
Theasha Gibbs (Tye) is a Social Worker and Honors Graduate of Fordham University. She has over 10 years of experience providing counseling and social work services in New York City, Southwest Florida and Charlotte County.
Tye is a dedicated healthcare and social services leader and a U.S Air Force veteran with proven ability to transform departments, agencies, teams, and clients through transformational and transparent leadership, motivation, strong organization, and structure to develop future leaders, create healthier work environments and relationships, achieve goals and guide clients towards their purpose and self-fulfillment through thorough and thoughtful quality services.
Tye received a Bachelor of Science degree with a specialization in Criminal Justice from Monroe College in New Rochelle, NY. Since then, Tye has worked diligently in the social services field with clients suffering from substance abuse, serious mental illness, homelessness, incarceration, traumatic life experiences, and more.
Tye began her journey in the USAF serving in Security Forces. She crossed-trained as a Chaplain’s Assistant where she discovered her passion to serve and coach her fellow Airmen battling depression and suicidal ideation. She
uses a transparent approach through Christian Counseling to help provide strength, guidance, and healing, incorporating Cognitive, Trauma Focused Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, and Strengths-Based Therapy in her approach.
Tye has worked extensively with trauma, PTSD, anxiety, women/men issues (divorce, separation, codependency), bipolar disorders, panic attacks, depression, couples issues, and grief issues. She is Certified in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and is currently working towards her clinical license.
“I strive to serve in helping those I work with by having intentional and purposeful dialogue. I am gifted in being able to discern and see the bigger picture while sharing wise insight through the power of God’s manual. I enjoy taking the time to get to know, listen, and understand my clients from a holistic perspective. Most importantly, I enjoy the journey of guiding my clients towards self-fulfillment which in return is fulfilling for me.
"Allow me to serve you! It would be my honor and privilege to help you accomplish your counseling or coaching goals and support you in your search for a sense of belonging, improved self-love, self-esteem, and self-fulfillment.”
Philosophy of Christian Counseling:
"I believe there is nothing new under the sun. At times, life’s problems may feel new and scary, but someone, somewhere along the way has experienced what you are going through. We can find these experiences and examples in scripture and in people we encounter and or have learned about along life’s way. In all these experiences, we can learn a lesson. We can learn to prevent, cope, understand, and know we are not alone. I am also a true believer in the saying 'Life happens for us and not to us.' – Byron Katie. The overall goal is to pass life’s test. Why should we attempt to reach this goal daily? The answer is simple and yet so complex, and that is because there is life after death. So, we must ask ourselves during this lifetime, 'What do I need to do? Who do I need to become? Where do I go? How do I get there?' Once we collect all the answers to these questions, there is no doubt in my heart, you will experience self-fulfillment and a purpose-driven life that will keep you on track towards the overall goal."
Depression/Mood, Divorce, Grief/Loss, Anxiety/Phobia, Addictions/Substance Abuse, Child/Adolescent, Education Problems, Thought Disorders, Impulse Control, Physical/Emotional Abuse, Adjustment Disorders, Elderly Problems, Relationship Problems, Recovery from Codependency.
Emotional: Anxiety, Fear, Depression, Anger.
Relational: Partner, Family, Child, Employer/Employee.
Situational: Health, Occupational, Financial, Role or Age Changes.
Child, Adolescent, Adult, Seniors.