Tiffany Rivera, LCSW

Tiffany Rivera, LCSW, is a licensed therapist for adults, children, couples and families.

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Tiffany is someone our clients feel they have known for years– she is warm, personable, and beloved by clients of all ages.

Because she has always worked with a wide range of clients, Tiffany has dedicated herself to years of advanced training, ensuring she masters the most helpful treatments for all those under her care.

Tiffany earned her Master’s Degree in Clinical Social Work with an emphasis in Family and Child Therapy from Azusa Pacific University. She has since gone on to complete specialized training in the Gottman Method of Couples Therapy, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Trauma-Informed Care, and Mindfulness-Based Therapy. Today, Tiffany is a Level 2 Gottman Couples Therapist, offering this highly-effective, skills-based approach to help couples rebuild their friendship, manage conflict, increase intimacy, and renew their commitment and closeness.

Families at the Curry Psychology Group also benefit from Tiffany’s offering of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), a highly-specialized treatment method that efficiently reduces child behavior problems and helps parents learn how to maintain these changes over time. All the while, Tiffany delivers services to her clients with the peaceful presence inherent to her mindfulness training, along with the sensitivity and awareness that comes from her background in Trauma-Informed Care.

One of Tiffany’s gifts is her ability to help people through the inevitable changes that occur over time in families and relationships, whether due to loss, transition, or changing dynamics. She believes that positive change occurs when each of us have the support we need to draw upon our strengths—to realize our own potential to live fulfilling and happy lives. With her immense skill and warmth, Tiffany houses her clients in an environment of compassion and support, guiding them through obstacles so they can move forward and thrive.