Have you ever found yourself at war with yourself or others? Feeling challenged in relationships – with your partner, your friends, family, or even your boss? Feeling stuck in your recovery process? Frustrated by not meeting your personal or career goals?

You’re in the right place! I would love to partner with you as you learn to war fair by making deposits to improve your daily life. This means we will focus on what you can do to improve your total wellness and restore a sense of peace in your life.


Hi! I’m Tasha, I’m a professional counselor and the founder of WARFAIR Counseling, Consulting, & Supervision, PLLC. I’m glad to see you here. Looking for a counselor is a big step, and an important one as we navigate this journey of life. I partner with people to help them learn more about themselves, others, and the world. I look forward to joining you on your journey toward wellness and restoration in all areas of your life.

Personally, I’m an academic, a therapist, a mother, a spouse, a sister, a daughter, and a friend, to name a few of my life roles. These can be difficult to navigate all at once. I’m not perfect at navigating it all for sure (who can be?) – yet, I continue to make progress in each role one day at a time. I enjoy my roles, and I enjoy learning more about myself in each one of them.

My style: I see counseling (and supervision) as a collaborative relationship. In both cases, my approach is focused on building the relationship and using interactions in the relationship as a model for other life lessons. I believe people get better by being active participants in the process of therapy and being willing to dig deep into themselves to discover and discard, recover, or re-store they find.


That’s a good question! WARFAIR is something that came to me several years ago. Words are an important part of the way we communicate with each other which is a primary reason I wanted to start this practice. In addition to being inspired by my personal and spiritual beliefs, WARFAIR CCS is both an acronym and a play on words. My thought is this: We are (I am) so often at war with ourselves (myself) and others, when we (I) don’t have to be. We (I) can be different. And, I can help you learn to be different too. That is what the restoration (recovery) process is about.

What part of yourself do you want to recover or restore today?