Tyler Fyotek, Psychotherapist
Credentials: LMHC, NCC. M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Adler University; Ph.D. in Classics (ancient literature and philosophy) from the University of Iowa.
Many enter therapy seeking relief from some stress, grief, or pain that has become unbearable. This is only the beginning; I can help you accomplish something more profound than that. With a view to holistic well-being, you can improve your embodied health, self-awareness, sense of purpose and belonging with others, and relationship with your inner self and a higher power.
My therapeutic approach is highly flexible and attuned to the needs and preferences of individual clients with a strong emphasis on empathy, warmth, and authenticity in the therapeutic relationship. To address urgent symptoms of anxiety, depression, trauma, and drug/alcohol dependence, I offer psychoeducation regarding mindfulness, biofeedback, and methods for altering oppressive behavioral and thinking patterns.
Building on this foundation, I specialize in offering clients diverse frameworks for making meaning from their experiences and constructing more empowering (because they are more accurate) self-narratives by drawing on ancient wisdom traditions and modern research in psychology, cognitive science, and the social sciences. My approach is a unique synthesis of Philosophical & Narrative Therapy, which is informed by my background as a scholar of Classics, the oldest multidisciplinary field of study in Europe and the United States. You can access some free psychoeducation on my blog and podcast: Thinking Tools.
For recurring psychotherapy, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text (319) 322-8086.
If your goals are primarily aspirational and you do not wish to receive a diagnosis, you may prefer brief or intermittent Philosophical & Narrative Therapy: Request Appointment. (Note that insurance will not reimburse for services not deemed medically necessary, i.e. without a diagnosis)
Tyler accepts Wellmark Blue Cross / Blue Shield and is also open to sliding scale out of pocket payment.
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