Tarrian Grant holds a master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Maryland at Baltimore. Tarrian has been in the field of Social Work for over 20 years and has worked with all populations to include families and children, teen parents, single and married adults, the mentally ill, substance abused, and the elderly. Her most recent experiences has been crisis intervention with her clients who struggle with mood and anxiety disorders such as major depression, PTSD, panic disorder and bipolar. Tarrian’s clients loves her ability to effectively educate and encourage journaling, reflecting, goal setting, positive self-talk, and meditating. She uses lots of her personal experiences and stories to help her clients understand that they are not alone. Outside of caring for family members and loved ones, Tarrian loves to travel and uses her free time to get away from the daily routines of life. She also uses these experiences to help her clients understand the importance of taking time out for themselves to develop good mental and physical health.
The closest thing to being cared for is to care for someone else. – Carson McCuller