remote Psychologists and Therapists

Dr. Tina Bradley, Licensed Psychologist (PSY23784)

I strongly believe in the resilient spirit we all possess. I sought my doctorate to learn to help people harness their inner strength. My work focuses on uncovering and reconnecting to your unique purpose by revisiting the past and learning new ways to cope with the here and now.

My approach is holistic and emphasizes health and well-being in all aspects of your life. When appropriate, I use hypnosis to allow you to access parts of yourself from which you may have become disconnected. Sessions with me often involve relaxation and visualization as well.

I enjoy working with individuals who are seeking self-discovery and to reconnect with themselves and find their path again. I have worked extensively with people managing pain, seeking enhanced performance, and looking to reduce stress and worry.

When I’m not in the office, I enjoy engaging in self-care and exercise, and I am a dog enthusiast.


Dr. Michela Taylor, Clinical Forensic Psychologist (PSY33805)

pursued a career in mental health because helping elevate their lives is something I have always beenMichela Taylor passionate about. I enjoy working with individuals who are searching for deeper understanding into themselves and their relationships with others. Understanding ourselves leads to stronger ability around connecting with others and expressing ourselves effectively. A therapeutic relationship provides the space to explore and grow in a safe environment.

I have experience working with a wide variety of individuals, ranging from children to older adults. I assist individuals in managing depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder and OCD. I also have experience with psychological testing, including ADHD, learning disorders, forensic, neuropsychological, personality, and vocational. Psychological testing can be beneficial for treatment and the therapeutic alliance.

Dr. Gina Golden-Tangalakis, Licensed Psychologist (PSY16339)

With over 20 years of experience, I have gained a great deal of insight into working with people of all ages and throughout all stages of life. I enjoy working with children and their families, adults and couples, as well as older adults dealing with their own unique life stage transitions. I work collaboratively to help enhance the lives and relationships of those with whom I work. I have significant experience working with artists, families of serious athletes, those in the medical, and mental health professions. My therapeutic approach considers your goals in tandem with patterns in your daily life that may be holding you back.

At times, challenges in life may require unique exploration that can help to understand and explain certain types of struggles. Furthering my education with postdoctoral training in neuropsychology and psychological assessment of individuals of all ages allows me to assist others with their processes in developmental, therapeutic, and academic areas.

As a clinical psychologist, I utilize my interests in mind-body relationships to help understand and foster growth and development. Therapy is provided through an integration of therapeutic processes with sensitivity toward development, relational interactions, and creative aspects of the self.