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Tammy Ahn Hock, LPC, CAADC, CCTP-II
I earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in social behavior from Penn State University in 2001 and a Master of Science degree in counseling and human relations from Villanova University in 2006. Over the past 17 years, I have gained experience by working with clients individually as well as facilitating therapy and educational groups in a variety of settings. In 2011 I earned a graduate certification in Clinical Mental Health from West Chester University and obtained a state (PA) counseling license in 2013. In 2014 I earned a state (PA) certification as an Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor. In 2021 I earned level I and II clinical trauma certifications. Most recently, I earned a graduate certification in Applied Mindfulness in 2022 from West Chester University. I am currently a second-year Counselor Education and Supervision doctoral student at Shippensburg University.

My experience as a counselor has taught me the importance of perspective, self-compassion, balance, and strong support. My experience as a runner has taught me the value of embracing challenges and recognizing that they can be opportunities for growth. When it comes to counseling and running, one pace does not fit all. Moving forward is progress. During the final miles of my first marathon in 2013, I struggled greatly. I was tired, sore and losing confidence in my ability to meet my goal of crossing the finish line. As another runner was about to pass me, she asked, “How are you doing?” I told her that I didn’t know if I could keep going. To that she replied, “Of course you can! Just put one foot in front of the other!" Success is more easily achieved with support and I am committed to supporting my clients as they work toward meeting their therapeutic goals.    

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